• Leyland sets tone for Detroit's rise to Series

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 20, 2012
    "The plan right now is to play him in left field for the first game," Leyland said. Leyland tried to make light of it as best he could. "We actually have our instructional league team coming to Detroit and we're going to play a couple of actual games Sunday and Monday and have a workout Saturday, as well," Leyland told "Mike and Mike." Still, a manager of Leyland’s considerable accomplishments five division titles, one world championship and more than 1,600 wins, deserved more respect than to have to prov...
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    • Young to play left field during Game 1 of Fall Classic

      If there was any question what manager Jim Leyland was going to do with Delmon Young when the Tigers open the World Series without the designated hitter, Leyland answered it Saturday.
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      Leave it to Phil Coke, in his finest hour, to still be a headache for Jim Leyland.
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      The Tigers are one Cardinals win away from a rematch of the 2006 World Series. They are not going to reprise the way they spent waiting for that World Series to actually get under way.

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