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The Red Sox bumble away an opportunity to gain on the Yankees.
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Fun with numbers and Oakland's 14-game win streak against the Seattle Mariners.
Despite ending the game with Ivan Rodriguez at second base, the Tigers managed to beat the Red Sox to move 6.5 games ahead of Chicago in the AL Central. Also, budding star Jose Reyes hit three home runs last night against the Phillies.
The Dodgers and Giants extend their opposing streaks in the first of a three game series in Los Angeles.
Five potential breakout players who could push their teams into October and beyond.
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In Part 2, Bryan looks at how the Tigers put together their much improved offense and finds that they are one of the best organizations in the majors at finding free talent.
We've read so much about how Barry Bonds, the man is doing. Bryan takes a critical look at how Bonds, the player, is doing.
Bryan looks at how Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski assembled the best pitching staff in the majors.
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