Tigers have room to improve in second half, and they'll need to
The Detroit News, Bob Wojnowski
The Tigers have the most-feared hitter and two of the top pitchers in baseball.
Tigers Worst in Baseball at Base Running
Tiger Tales, Lee Panas
A reader asked me today if I would give an update on the Tigers base running statistics this year.
Justin Verlander Looks To Reverse Disturbing Trend
Motor City Bengals, Matt Snyder
Justin Verlander‘s velocity drop in April had everyone talking, but he was still pitching incredibly well and so we tried to shrug it off.
Detroit right-hander Max Scherzer is putting together the kind of season most pitchers only dream of.
Around the AL Central:
Justin Masterson flirted with a no-hitter, but ultimately settled for seven one-hit innings.
Everything is back to normal now.
Indians 7, Twins 1: Masterson Brings No-Hitter Into Seventh
The Twins lose out on the sweep of the Tribe this weekend but still come away winning two of three. Sadly, that doesn't make up for some of today's performances.
Jose Quintana escapes a few bases-loaded jams with a lot of help from his friends, and some by his enemies.
Elsewhere in baseball:
Mark Buehrle on Jays after loss: "Maybe we are overrated."
HardballTalk, Bill Baer
Since an 11-game winning streak that stretched from June 11-23, the Jays have lost 15 of 22 games, including their first two games coming out of the All-Star break.
The 10 Fall Classics you should be rooting for.
Yasiel Puig hit with $12 million lawsuit, accused of being ‘informant’ for Cuban government
Big League Stew, Mark Townsend
According to Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times, the Dodgers rookie sensation is being sued for $12 million by Miguel Angel Corbacho Daudinot, who claims Puig knowingly made false allegations against him and gave false testimony during his 2010 trial in Cuba.