Since 2006 the Tigers are 80-44 in Interleague Play. Their .645 winning percentage ties them with the Angels for the second-best mark across baseball in that stretch. Only Boston's .661 winning percentage is higher.
Entering Saturday's game, Austin Jackson's .406 on-base percentage is second among American League leadoff hitters. His .317 batting average ranks third, and his .536 slugging percentage ranks fourth.
The Tigers have agreed to terms with right-hander Drew Harrison, a 23rd-round pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft. Detroit has now agreed to terms with 27 selections from this year's Draft.