Signing Sanchez Makes Tigers AL Favorites

Julian H. Gonzalez/Detroit Free Press

The happiest person right now is Justin Verlander.

He’s not only anchoring the best starting pitching foursome in baseball, with Anibal Sanchez’s return to the Tigers this morning, but he’s now perfectly positioned to become the game’s first $30-million-per-year pitcher upon the expiration his contract following the 2014 season.

This is the price of championship contention for the Tigers.

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