Detroit Tigers, one of the top offenses in the Majors, will play New York Mets Sunday at Citi Field in New York at 1:10 PM ET or 10:10 AM PT.
The Tigers has so far a 99 percent POFF, which is the highest percentage of making the Playoffs in 2013 MLB regular seasons among the American League teams, according to MLB.com But Mets has only a 0.1 POFF. The Tigers have 76 wins and 53 losses, and Mets have 58 wins and 69 losses.
Tigers’ Jose Iglesias, who is battling .454 with two doubles and three runs in his last six games, didn’t play in Saturday’s game after being hit by a pitch just above the left elbow in the ninth inning on Friday, and soreness lingered, according to MLB.com.
Manager Jim Leyland said his elbow is still sore and can’t bend his arm. “If we have to rest him until we get home, that’s fine,” he said.
Ramon Santiago filled in at shortstop in Iglesias’ place on Saturday.
Tigers’ Saturday win improved their Interleague record to 11-5 this season, the second-best mark in the American League, according to MLB.com.
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2013 MLB Schedule
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