Detroit Tigers Starting Pitching is the Key to a Long Playoff Run – Rick Seroka, Detroit Jock City
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"The only way the Detroit Tigers make a long playoff run is if the starting pitching lives up to their promise. As they have proved the last 3 years their starting pitching can be as dominant as any in the history of Major League Baseball. Last year against the Oakland Athletics they put on a show that many had not seen in a while. This years team has the potential to do more of the same. It was fun watching the starting pitching dominate in the playoffs last year."
Preview new Chrysler ad featuring Detroit Tigers MVP Miguel Cabrera – Gus Burns, MLive
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Don’t Sleep on the Tigers – Dan Kmiechick, The Sports Stache
"The Postseason, is like a second chance for the likes of David Price and Justin Verlander. The regular season win-loss records are washed away, ERAs are set back to zero and nothing matters other than the next game you pitch. This mentality makes struggling, yet dominant arms a dangerous commodity to have and the Tigers have that in spades. With just three quality playoff starts, David Price could go from trade deadline bust, to a bronze statue outside of Comerica Park in downtown Detroit. With the right ALDS matchup, Justin Verlander can go from off and on arm, to his old flame-throwing self and I think that matchup is about to happen."