Left-hander Chris Sale most likely will not take his scheduled start Tuesday night at Comerica Park against the Tigers and Justin Verlander. But how long the White Sox ace will be out of action remains to be decided.
Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis expressed some frustration in the third inning on Thursday and promptly paid the price. Following a three-pitch strikeout at the hand of Tigers starter Justin Verlander, Kipnis received his first career ejection from home-plate umpire Lance Barrett.
For Verlander owners counting on their man to return to his top-of-the-rotation form, the early results aren't promising. Just throwing it out there...you might want to start quietly seeing what you could get for Verlander in a trade. - Mark Polishuk
I, and I assume most others given his auction/draft cost, expect a rebound from Verlander . Though, his first start wasn't very encouraging as he actually walked one more batter than he struck out. - Mike Podhorzer
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