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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Torii Hunter
Sonny Gray had nothing to show for two strong pitching performances against the Detroit Tigers during the 2013 playoffs. A year later, Oakland's promising young right-hander is still searching for an answer to the American League powerhouse.
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.
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.
Dressed in gaudy, pajama-looking travel suits, the Detroit Tigers arrived to play the Indians with their tails dragging.
Miguel Cabrera was sitting at his locker when a slight smile appeared as he was asked about how well the Detroit Tigers have started this season.
The Boston Red Sox didn't lose four straight games at any point during their run to a World Series title in manager John Farrell's first season.
Mark Buehrle became the first seven-game winner in the majors, Jose Bautista and Brett Lawrie homered and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 Monday night to avoid a four-game sweep.
Bud Norris insisted he was just trying to get an out with an inside pitch.
Josmil Pinto was rounding third when he suddenly realized his coach was holding him up.
The Detroit Tigers had Kevin Correia on the ropes in the second inning but missed their first chance to knock him out.
Torii Hunter has done a lot of things and put up some big numbers in his 18-season career. Sacrifice bunts, though, aren't exactly his specialty.
The Detroit Tigers left town after losing two of three games to the San Diego Padres, with each defeat coming against a power pitcher.
Detroit Tigers right fielder Torii Hunter was not in the starting lineup for Wednesday night's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers because of a bruised left knee.
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly is going to have a difficult time keeping all five of his outfielders happy, because four of them are regulars. And the way Carl Crawford has been hitting lately, it isn't likely he'll get a day off anytime soon.
Chris Tillman gave up only one run in a second straight start.
Outfielder Torii Hunter said as the players sat on board, they never expected the plane wouldn't take off.
Hunter said he went to bed at about 4 a.m.