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Well Tigers fans the offseason is off to a roaring start, and winding down rapidly.
May 15, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera sits in dugout during the game against the Houston Astros at Comerica Park.
Less than four weeks removed from setting the Tigers' strikeout record, Anibal Sanchez came within two outs of making history again.
Anibal Sanchez will try to improve to 5-4 on Friday night when he faces the Minnesota Twins at Comerica Park.
A screenshot posted by a sports blogger on Twitter early Thursday caused a frenzy of speculation suggesting the five-time All-Star might've been tipping pitches in his most recent start.
Detroit enters play on Friday trailing the upstart Cleveland Indians by a half game.
MAY 11: Austin Jackson #14 of the Detroit Tigers closes in on a ball hit by Mark Reynolds #12 of the Cleveland Indians for a single in the fifth inning at Comerica Park on May 11, 2013 in Detroit, Michigan.
The Pittsburgh Pirates are 14-6 in the month of May. The ballclub did what they were supposed to do against some struggling teams.
Prince Fielder drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and the Detroit Tigers defeated the Minnesota Twins, 7-6, in the opener of a four-game series at Comerica Park.
We are giving away Detroit Tigers tickets to the Saturday, May 25, game against the Minnesota Twins.
Detroit Tigers' Avisail Garcia runs to the dugout after their 6-2 win over the Houston Astros in Detroit on May 14.
But for as amazing of a player as Cabrera is, his greatness has been somewhat shoved under the rug in the city of Detroit and around baseball.
Verlander returned to the mound after sitting through a 62-minute rain delay to get his fifth win and Miguel Cabrera hit another homer - maybe the luckiest of his career - as the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 11-7 on Wednesday night, sweeping the two-game series between the AL Central's top teams.
Finally, more than 5 hours after the game began, the Tigers beat the Indians, 11-7, to pull within a half-game in the American League Central.
It will be a time to remember, applaud and reminisce this weekend at Fenway Park as former Red Sox manager Terry "Tito" Francona, now managing the Cleveland Indians, returns to Boston to face his former team.