DETROIT — Manager Jim Leyland knows his team is solid when he enters a season with three $20-million-a-season players and his biggest problems are finding a fifth starter, one early reliever and who the DH is going to be for any given game. Detroit was good last year — 95 wins and losing 4-2 to Texas in the League Championship Series — and should be a strong postseason team this year.
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1. RHP Justin Verlander
2. RHP Doug Fister
3. RHP Max ScherzerREAD MORE: Donations Needed For Landfill Search To Find Zion Foster
4. RHP Rick Porcello
5. LHP Drew Smyly
The top four starters formed a reliable and formidable rotation once Fister joined the team from Seattle at the end of July last year and have looked strong in the spring.Businesses Make Changes To Keep Customers Safe Amid Boil Water Advisory In SE Michigan
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