Worth noting

•  Bryan Holaday's bunt single Saturday was his third bunt hit of the season. The Tigers' backup catcher not only leads the team, he entered Sunday tied for seventh in the American League. All six hitters ahead of him -- Nori Aoki, Asdrubal Cabrera, Michael Saunders, Jarrod Dyson, Alcides Escobar and Leonys Martin -- are considered speedy players. Holaday's seven infield hits trail Ian Kinsler by one for the team lead, and lead speedster Rajai Davis by one.

•  Matt Martin finished out his first-base coaching stint Sunday night. He spent the weekend filling in for Omar Vizquel, who left the team to attend his son's high school graduation. With Martin on the field, video operations assistant August Sandri took over replay-review duties, relaying to bench coach Gene Lamont and Ausmus whether a close play is worth challenging. 

•  Nick Castellanos' 3-for-4 performance Saturday marked his third consecutive three-hit game, making him the fifth Tigers rookie in the last 100 years to put together such a streak. The others were Rick Peters in 1980, Willie Horton in 1965, Paul Easterling in 1928 and Fred Haney in 1922.

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