TheSportsNotebook’s AL Central report last week focused on how Detroit hadn’t pulled away from the division as expected, at least not yet. As the calendar gets set to turn into May, the Tigers are still slogging along at .500 overall and have lost eight of their last ten. Some of this is about schedule strength—seven of those games were against Texas and the New York Yankees. But that doesn’t explain losing three straight to Seattle at home. And for a team with World Series hopes, the pitching problems are serious.
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