There is someone who slipped through the cracks of the baseball consciousness in recent years. One of Cabrera’s peers who may — and probably should — go down in history as an even greater player.
Cabrera may have his sights on winning some more hardware, tweeting out that he wants to participate in this year’s Derby in Cincinnati — but only if he make the All-Star team.
Something happened to Dominic Opron at Tuesday’s Detroit Tigers game in Cleveland that he’s going to be talking about for the rest of his life.
David Price allowed one run in 6 2-3 innings and Detroit scored six times in the fifth to continue its dominance over the Cleveland Indians with a 7-3 win on Tuesday night.
Last week’s update listed eight Royals as starters, including Eric Hosmer, who had more than half a million votes more than Cabrera.
With the news coming out on Monday that 8 Kansas City Royals and Mike Trout would start the All-Star game if the voting were to end today made fans upset across the country.
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“I think if it holds the way it is, Major League Baseball, their hand’s going to be forced to make adjustments,” Verlander said Monday.
With another All-Star ballot update approaching, the Tigers have pulled out all the stops to reverse the current situation at first base,
“He has power to all fields, and he shows it in BP every day. He’ll hit a home run to right, then go right-center, center, left-center and left. He’ll do it all in five swings, Price said.
The Tigers are always having fun in their clubhouse.