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Tigers SP David Price open to extension talks during season
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Tigers starting pitcher David Price told reporters after his final start of the spring that he's not going to rush contract negotiations, and is open to extension talks during the regular season, per MLB.com.

"I left it open to talks throughout the year. There's no rush for them [to take place]," Price said. "It wouldn't be something that would linger on. These guys, they know what they want to do, and so do I.

"If we get to that point, then I think once it gets going, it would go quickly. If it doesn't happen, then it just wouldn't happen."

Price was named Detroit's Opening Day starter April 6 at home against the Twins. He finished the spring 0-2 with a 5.76 ERA and a 29:5 K:BB ratio over 25 innings.

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Tigers' Rondon strikes out the side in return from neck injury
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Tigers reliever Bruce Rondon made his return to action Tuesday against the Pirates, and the hard-throwing right-hander showed no lingering issues after getting a few days off due to a neck injury.

Rondon relieved David Price in the seventh inning of a 7-3 loss and retired the side in order on strikeouts. Rondon, who has a 4.91 ERA through eight relief appearances, has nine strikeouts in 7 1/3 innings.

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Tigers SP David Price gives up seven runs in final spring start
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Tigers starting pitcher David Price took the hill Tuesday against the Pirates for his final start this spring. Although, he didn't save his best effort for last.

The left-handed hurler allowed seven runs on eight hits and no walks during a 7-3 loss. He struck out five.

Price got off to a pretty good start, retiring the first nine batters he faced. Unfortunately, his day began to unravel during a four-run fourth inning. Andrew McCutchen and Jung Ho Kang had RBI doubles, while Francisco Cervelli added a two-run homer.

The Pirates added three more runs in the sixth inning off Price on run-scoring singles from Cervelli and Sean Rodriguez.

Price, who will make his next start in the season opener Monday against the Twins, finishes the spring 0-2 with a 5.76 ERA. He had 29 strikeouts to five walks in 25 innings. He allowed just the one home run in six starts.

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Tigers might have to put Justin Verlander on DL
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Tigers manager Brad Ausmus indicated Tuesday starting pitcher Justin Verlander might start the year on the disabled list after leaving his last spring start due to a right triceps cramp. 

"If we have to use it, we could," Ausmus said of placing Verlander on the disabled list, per MLive.com.

Verlander won't appear in another Grapefruit League game, but he could throw in a minor-league game Friday.

Although, if Verlander can't pitch Friday, then a disabled list stint could be coming. The Tigers would then backdate his time on the DL, meaning he could be available to make his season debut at the earliest April 12 at Cleveland.

"He says he feels a little bit better (Tuesday)," Ausmus said. "We'll see how he feels (Wednesday)."

There is no indication of a potential rotation replacement, if Verlander has to miss significant time. Verlander went 1-1 with a 5.63 ERA in five spring starts.

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Tigers pitcher Joba Chamberlain not worried about spring struggles
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Tigers pitcher Joba Chamberlain hasn't exactly lit it up in spring training. In eight appearances, Chamberlain has posted an 8.22 ERA with just two strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings pitched. He and his manager Brad Ausmus aren't worried, reports MLB.com.

"I've said all along that spring training, with veteran players especially, I don't put a lot of stock in it," Ausmus said. "I would go more on Joba's performance last year as an indicator than on what happens in Spring Training. I think Joba's also a guy that pitches on the adrenaline of the situation. And there's not a lot of adrenaline in spring training games, even moreso if you've been in the big leagues for a few years."

Chamberlain is throwing a bit harder this spring than previous years.

"This isn't my first rodeo. I've been in this position," Chamberlain said. "You've got to know what you have to work on. It's a neverending battle. I don't know if I've ever seen anybody with a zero-zero ERA, so there's always something to work on."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGVictor Martinez , DH.335
HRVictor Martinez , DH32
RBIMiguel Cabrera , 1B109
OBPVictor Martinez , DH.409
SLGVictor Martinez , DH.565
RMiguel Cabrera , 1B101
SBRajai Davis , LF36
WMax Scherzer , SP18
ERAMax Scherzer , SP3.15
WHIPDavid Price , SP1.08
KDavid Price , SP271
SVJoe Nathan , RP35
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