Found June 17, 2013 on Los That Sports Blog:
Tweet   The Baltimore Orioles began a three-game series with the Detroit Tigers Monday, meaning two of the American League’s most feared hitters this year would be on display at Comerica Park. Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera entered play leading the AL in batting average (.352), tied for second in home runs (18), and first [...]
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