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Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander underwent surgery on Thursday, the team announced:Justin Verlander underwent successful core muscle repair surgery this morning. #Tigers— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) January 9, 2014While it's unclear at this point what exactly happened to Verlander necessitating the operation, USA Today's Bob Nightengale reported that the right-hander 'injured himself in December workouts'. The continued statement from the Tigers notes that Verlander will undergo rehabilitation for the next six weeks, and will be 'reevaluated' after that time frame.Stay tuned for further updates.Follow Adrian on Twitter (@adriangarro) for more news & notes!
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