Detroit Tigers bullpen

Phil Coke: 'Of Course I Feel Like I Can Get The Job Done'Brad Ausmus offered the well-worn caveat that relievers often find it harder to pitch in no-pressure situations than in close games.
Leyland Says He Has No Issues With Bullpen, Believes In BenoitThe Detroit Tigers bullpen looks a bit like Jekyll and Hyde - perfectly capable and normal one day, downright frightening the next.
Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski Says Bullpen Is Good EnoughDetroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski said Sunday that the team can win with its current bullpen.
By The Numbers: Tigers Could Still Make 2013 World Series Despite WeaknessesThe bullpen will have to be better, either through improvement of existing players or through addition, but underestimating the importance of this offense would be a mistake.
Leyland Comfortable With BullpenOnce regarded as the insurmountable weakness of an otherwise World Series-bound team, the relief pitching of the Detroit Tigers is edging back toward respectability.