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A photographic look at Monday's Detroit Tigers practice session

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander sits in the seats behind home-plate as he watches the Tigers play a scrimmage game during their work-out session at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan October 22, 2012.

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander throws during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. When Dave Dombrowski first took over as president of the Detroit Tigers, they lost 225 games his first two seasons. But in 2004, Detroit drafted Justin Verlander, the first step toward building one of baseball's glamour teams in the heart of the Motor City. The Tigers will play the winner of the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Series in the World Series.

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander waits for batting practice during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. When Dave Dombrowski first took over as president of the Detroit Tigers, they lost 225 games his first two seasons. But in 2004, Detroit drafted Verlander, the first step toward building one of baseball's glamour teams in the heart of the Motor City. The Tigers will play the winner of the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Series in the World Series.

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander bunts during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. When Dave Dombrowski first took over as president of the Detroit Tigers, they lost 225 games his first two seasons. But in 2004, Detroit drafted Verlander, the first step toward building one of baseball's glamour teams in the heart of the Motor City. The Tigers will play the winner of the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Series in the World Series.

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Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera laughs in the dugout during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. The Tigers will play the winner of the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Series in the World Series.

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From left, Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder and Quentin Berry laugh during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. The Tigers will play the winner of the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Series in the World Series.

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Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland hits to the infield during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. The Tigers will play the winner of the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Series in the World Series.

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Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland (facing, grey shirt) talks to his team on the field during their work-out session at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan October 22, 2012.

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Doug Fister watches during their work-out session at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan October 22, 2012.

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Detroit Tigers player Prince Fielder lines up for batting practice during their work-out session at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan October 22, 2012.

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Detroit Tigers player Miguel Cabrera fields a ball in front of teammate Don Kelly during their work-out session at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan October 22, 2012.

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Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski, left, watches batting practice during a workout at Comerica Park in Detroit, Monday, Oct. 22, 2012. When Dombrowski first took over as president of the Detroit Tigers, they lost 225 games his first two seasons. But in 2004, Detroit drafted Justin Verlander, the first step toward building one of baseball's glamour teams in the heart of the Motor City. The Tigers will play the winner of the San Francisco Giants-St. Louis Cardinals National League Championship Series in the World Series.

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander lines up for batting practice during their work-out session at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan October 22, 2012.

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Detroit Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer pitches during their work-out session at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan October 22, 2012.

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