Detroit, Michigan. With the Tigers looking at the playoffs and a run at the World Series, it was time to get in high gear and make a serious run at the White Sox. Phil Coke was ineffective on Sunday afternoon, but it was all about Miguel and Omar. Omar Infante tied the game at 8, and Miguel Cabrera gave the Tigers the improbable sweep after the Indians had taken an 8-5 lead in the top of the 10th with a walk-off bite that sent the jungle into delerious excitement. The normally reliable Tigers bullpen forgot how to pitch. The Tigers repeatedly answered the Indians on Sunday afternoon and the one thing that we learned about the Bengals is that they are just like a certain writer because the Tigers have the desire to inspire when part of their game is missing. Even though the art of pitching has escaped the Tigers bullpen, we know that these Bengals are ferocious when challenged. As far as the Central Division goes, it’s going to come down to heart and will, which I know the Detroit Tigers have without question. It doesnt matter what the score is, or how many runs the Tigers need, Miguel Cabrera is like a well-oiled engine, he always works. With a general manager who is willing to bite everybody else’s head off in the division and throughout baseball, until he gets what he so richly deserves, a World Series title. Dave Dombrowski is showing me that he is determined to put the Tigers and the city of Detroit on top of major league baseball.