Alfredo Simon fell apart against the Angels, going four and 1/3 innings, allowing nine hits, eight earned runs, four walks and a home run, while striking out only two. Three of those earned runs were scored off Simon’s three wild pitches.
Detroit Tigers All-Star first baseman Miguel Cabrera will likely come off the disabled list Friday and start against the Houston Astros.
Miguel Cabrera could be activated from the disabled list this weekend by the Detroit Tigers after taking batting practice and running the bases Tuesday.
The first baseman, who has been on the disabled list since July 4 with a left calf strain, took some swings in batting practice Friday at Fenway Park.
Cabrera and Jackson both look to be enjoying themselves in what appears to be Miguel Cabrera’s Mercedes S63.
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.