• Cabrera's two-run homer Friday was the 374th of his career, tying him with former Tiger Rocky Colavito for 72nd on Major League Baseball's all-time list. Colavito hit 139 of his home runs in a Detroit uniform from 1960-63. Most of his home runs, 190 of them to be exact, came as a Cleveland Indian.
Cabrera moved past Colavito with a solo homer on Saturday night. Carlton Fisk is up next on the list with 376 career home runs.
• Former Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman paid a visit to the Tigers clubhouse on Saturday. Bonderman had ties to both teams at Safeco Field last season, embarking on a comeback effort that landed him in the Mariners rotation before the Tigers signed him at last year's All-Star break for bullpen work. He has not pitched anywhere this season, and it's not clear whether he intends to pitch again.
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