Nearly every Tigers starter has been lights out the past couple months, particularly the past three weeks as they've given up three runs or fewer in 17 straight games.
Justin Verlander is 8-0 with a 2.93 ERA in 12 career starts against Baltimore. He picked up a win over the Orioles on June 1 when he allowed allowed three runs in seven innings.
Monday's moves have led to rampant speculation as to who will be the odd man out when the team calls up Jose Alvarez on Thursday to fill Anibal Sanchez's turn in the rotation.
Even though Detroit isn't on pace to win 95 games, FanGraphs.com says its WAR is comparable to the best baseball teams of all time.
The debate is no longer focused on whether Tigers starter Max Scherzer should receive an invitation to this year's All-Star Game. At 10-0, he's essentially a shoo-in.
After hitting .179 (5-for-28) with one homer, three RBIs and nine strikeouts in his past nine games, Miguel Cabrera smacked a two-run homer in the second to give Detroit a 2-0 lead.
Max Scherzer gave up one run on seven hits, striking out 10 and walking two to become the major's only unbeaten pitcher with at least 10 wins.
The Tigers have at least 11 of their top 16 draft selections under contract after they officially signed former University of Texas closer Corey Knebel on Monday.
The Tigers placed Alex Avila on the 15-day disabled list Monday with a deep contusion on left forearm, a day after he was struck by a pitch on his left forearm Sunday afternoon.
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Anibal Sanchez was placed on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to Sunday with a right shoulder strain. In his place, the team recalled outfielder Avisail Garcia.
Max Scherzer has pieced together an impressive resume. Another win tonight and the 28-year-old will become the first Tigers starter since 1916 to begin a season 10-0.