AL Central Standings
AL Central Standings
The Tigers right-hander is a fantastic pitcher. An interesting character. Who is so different, behind the scenes, from what you might expect.
Tigers sign Jeremy Bonderman to a minor-league deal
Out of Left Field, Matthew B. Mowery
One of the good guys is back with the organization that he grew up with.
Smyly and Benoit Settling Into More Appropriate Roles
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas
Earlier in the year, I used some advanced statistics to show what many fans were all thinking about the Tigers bullpen -- that it was not being used optimally.
Jhonny Peralta and Biogenesis
Motor City Bengals, Chris Hannum
From the various rumors and leaks that have come out about the lengthy investigation of the Biogenesis clinic by Major League Baseball, it looks increasingly likely that Jhonny Peralta will face suspension.
Omar Infante's return to Detroit Tigers lineup could be delayed by lingering ankle injury
MLive.com, Chris Iott
When the Detroit Tigers placed second baseman Omar Infante on the disabled list, they were confident he would be ready to return right after the All-Star break. But now? Well, they're not as confident.
Around the AL Central:
The Indians go into the All-Star Break on a four-game winning streak.
Royals lose 6-4 as Indians complete sweep
Royals Review, Connor Moylan
Everyone needs a break from the Royals after this series.
First half ends with third consecutive extra-inning game, and second straight loss.
Elsewhere in baseball:
Who is the Real RBI Leader for 2012?
We all know that Miguel Cabrera had a phenomenal year in 2012, winning the Triple Crown and later being named the American League MVP.
Tim Lincecum no-hitter: Freak's pitch count knows no limits
SBNation.com, Kurt Mensching
Rarely these days does a pitcher throw more than 130 pitches. Lincecum nearly reached 150 during his no-hit feat.
Study finds that baseball games average less than 18 minutes of action
Big League Stew, Mark Townsend
If you like non-stop action, baseball probably isn’t the sport for you.
Would Chris Davis be the true HR king?
SweetSpot Blog, David Schoenfield
Chris Davis hit his 37th home run on Sunday, his fourth straight game with a homer, and he is now on pace for ... 62.