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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Justin Verlander
Hisashi Iwakuma threw the entire collection. Fastballs, sliders, cutters, splitters. They all were delivered to Detroit's Victor Martinez during one memorable at-bat.
Brad Ausmus watches the intensity and concentration of Detroit's Victor Martinez at the plate and is continually impressed.
Justin Verlander is tinkering away again, trying to figure out how to stop his latest stretch of substandard outings.
If the rest of the Texas Rangers keep hitting like this, Prince Fielder's injury may not be so hard to overcome.
Justin Verlander rarely looks like a five-time All-Star, former Cy Young winner and AL MVP when he takes the mound at Progressive Field.
Trevor Bauer walked into the Indians' clubhouse lugging the javelin-like exercise bar he uses to warm up and zipped it inside a vinyl carrying case in his locker.
Jason Giambi has never taken a single day as a major leaguer for granted.
Detroit's Justin Verlander wasn't overly concerned with his less-than-stellar outing against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday.
This time, Baltimore had plenty of success against Justin Verlander.
Toward the end of a quiet night for the home team at Comerica Park, an emergency alarm went off in the top of the ninth inning.
After only 86 pitches, Minnesota's Phil Hughes left the game with a shutout in progress.
It was little surprise that Billy Butler broke up Justin Verlander's no-hit bid Sunday.
Justin Verlander finished off a miserable weekend for the Kansas City Royals.
Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander isn't thrilled that he got Sunday off, but he had no choice.
Justin Verlander could sense Miguel Cabrera was on the verge of breaking out of his slump - even before the Detroit slugger's home run.
"I think my rhythm was much better, my consistency was much better and my stuff was a lot better," Verlander said. "That's a good sign in and of itself."
"Right now, I'm not in a place where I can repeat my delivery every time, and that's what I need to fix. But I'll get it straightened out. I'm not worried about that," Verlander said.