Quick hits

Quick hits

• Leyland said that Phil Coke apologized Saturday for the accident that left Leyland with a gash on his head, having bumped it on a champagne bottle as Coke was pouring champagne on him during Thursday's celebration. "I told him, 'If you save four more games, you can slice my head open,'" Leyland said.

• With Young moving to left field for the first two games of the World Series, since the Tigers won't have a designated hitter, Leyland indicated Andy Dirks would most likely keep his starting job in right field for those games against a right-handed starter. Quintin Berry would be available on the bench as a defensive replacement or pinch-runner.