A.J. Pierzynski doesn’t see himself as a power hitter. The numbers disagree.
The two biggest free-agent signings prior to the 2012 season are gradually turning things around after slow starts.
Mark Trumbo homered and drove in a career-high five runs to lead the Los Angeles Angels over the Detroit Tigers 12-7 on Thursday.
The Los Angeles Angels’ first no-hitter in 21 years was also the latest in a string of stellar pitching performances.
Miguel Cabrera homered during a three-run seventh inning and the Detroit Tigers broke out of an offensive funk and beat the Los Angeles Angels 5-4 on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Angels have been nearly unhittable over their last four games.
A marquee matchup is in store with Detroit’s Justin Verlander set to renew acquaintances with Dan Haren.
Three reasons the Tigers’ impressive start is not a fluke:
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