Last night at Kauffman stadium the Detroit Tigers did something they have not done since 1934 and 1935.
With a 6-3 win over the Kansas City Royals, the Tigers won the American League Central in back-to-back years.
The goggles were classic and the post game speech by Miguel Cabrera will probably go down in history as thee most repetitive interview ever.
The biggest inning of the night was the top of the sixth when Cabrera hit his 44th home run, taking the lead in home runs in the American League.
Within minutes of the Cabrera home run, Prince Fielder hit a line drive double past David Lough.
With Fielder on second, Jhonny Peralta hit a catch-able ball with two outs to Lough in center who made a costly drop that would allow Fielder to score.
Now with Peralta on second Andy Dirks would hit a single that would shift Peralta to third and Dirks to second on the throw to third.
Avisail Garcia was intentionally walked to load the bases with Gerald Laird on deck. Laird made the Kansas City Royals regret that decision by hitting a base clearing triple to make the run total five in the sixth inning.