Cabrera, Peralta murder baseballs, Tigers up 6-0

Has anyone considered that Miguel Cabrera might have a shot at the MVP? Seems like that would make good column-fodder. I'll write myself a little note. But in the ALDS, Cabrera didn't do much against the Oakland A's. He's hit much better in the ALCS -- hitting .364 with a .500 on-base percentage coming into Game 4. But he had only one extra-base hit in the series.


Until that. Goodness. That came after an Omar Infante single, and it put the Tigers up 4-0. Delmon Young followed with a single because he's good now, and that brought up Jhonny Peralta:


That'd be 6-0 for the Tigers, but it didn't chase CC Sabathia. That happened on the next pitch when the magnificently coiffed Andy Dirks roped a double. Sabathia left the game after 3⅔, allowing 11 hits, two walks, and two homers.

Max Scherzer hasn't allowed a hit through four innings. So, uh ...

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