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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Justin Verlander
What was supposed to be a matchup of AL Central aces instead turned into a rough night for the Chicago White Sox.
Justin Verlander could sense Miguel Cabrera was on the verge of breaking out of his slump - even before the Detroit slugger's home run.
Ian Kinsler's first few weeks with Detroit have been just what the Tigers were hoping for.
Danny Salazar walked the leadoff man in the fifth inning - then let that small mistake turn into a much bigger problem.
Sometime soon, a baseball will be getting a prominent spot among the trophies on Justin Verlander's mantle.
Justin Verlander threw 31 pitches in the first inning Saturday night, with the San Diego Padres taking advantage with two singles, a walk and a sacrifice fly to tie the game at 1.
Brad Ausmus seems to be really smart, as one would expect a Dartmouth graduate to be.
Chris Tillman gave up only one run in a second straight start.
Justin Verlander was on the mound, giving the Detroit Tigers a good shot at keeping the distinction of being baseball's only undefeated team.
On a day of dandy Detroit debuts, Alex Gonzalez helped Brad Ausmus start his tenure as Tigers manager with a win.
Sure, Sonny Gray gained some nice momentum from that impressive pitcher's duel with Detroit ace Justin Verlander last October.
In his last start of the spring, Justin Verlander outdueled Cliff Lee, shutting out the Phillies over 6 1-3 innings in the Tigers' 1-0 win.
When Justin Verlander takes the mound for Detroit on opening day, maybe then the Tigers will be able to enjoy a much-needed sense of normalcy.
Even after a late start, Justin Verlander appears ready for opening day.
Jordan Zimmermann struck out three in four innings and Ryan Zimmerman makes his return in 2-1 split squad loss to Tigers.
"You like to see results, but he really did take some great swings yesterday and that was just a precursor to today," Verlander said Tuesday night. "Hopefully that gets him jump-started."
"I think it's kind of been an anomaly that I haven't had one yet," he said. "I feel like I've probably hit five or six hard that have been caught."