What should've been: Three-fifths of Tigers' 2012-14 rotation is in the World Series

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What should've been: Three-fifths of Tigers' 2012-14 rotation is in the World Series
What should've been: Three-fifths of Tigers' 2012-14 rotation is in the World Series

Detroit — It's 35 years and counting since the Detroit Tigers won the World Series, which now is the longest championship drought in the franchise's 119-year history. But those ex-Tigers? Well, they're racking up rings in bulk these days, and the collection will grow in the coming week-and-a-half, regardless of whether the Houston Astros or Washington Nationals are left holding the Commissioner's Trophy. In fact, three-fifths of the Tigers' rotation from 2012-14 are in this year's World Series. There's Justin Verlander with the Astros, of course. He wasted little time getting his ring after leaving Detroit, helping Houston to its first World Series title in 2017, less than two months after the

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