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Wow! Armando Galarraga Pitches Perfect Game!

It's the 21st in history, but the best defensive play was Galarraga covering first to beat the runner by a half step. Read More »

Dontrelle’s Leavin’ On A Jet Train

His time in Detroit is over. It's bittersweet, but not necessarily the end of the Dontrelle Willis story. Read More »

Miguel Cabrera’s Opposite Field Madness

He has power to all fields and gets it done in the ninth. Somehow this guy doesn't get enough credit. Read More »

You Can Tell Jim Leyland Misses The National League

Some of his moves in an interleague road series proved just how much Leyland misses the pitcher hitting. Read More »

Big Papi Finally Gets Hot, But The Sox Are Not

Another week, another .500 record for this .500 Boston squad. Read More »

Carlos Guillen To Play Second Base; Yikes

Then again, putting the veteran back into the infield might be the best medicine for the ineffective backend of the lineup. Read More »

Jose Valverde Should Have Less Fun When Pitching

The Tigers closer irked several Yankees fans by shakin' and shimmyin' after every strikeout, but mostly because the strikeouts were against their own team. Read More »

Porcello Might Need To Call AAA

A trip to Toledo just may help the young twentysomething, while it's probably Armando Galarraga's turn to solidify the rotation like he did in 2008. Read More »

Austin Jackson Is Outplaying Curtis Granderson

After just a month, I think everybody's surprised as to which center fielder/leadoff hitter is performing better. Read More »

Late-Inning Rallies Cause Bipolar Fans

When the Detroit Tigers keep coming back from large deficits, it takes its toll on the human psyche. Read More »