It is no secret that the Detroit Tigers are one of the hottest teams in baseball right now.
During this month of July, the Tigers are currently boasting a 15-6 record with a team batting average of .283. When it comes to pitching, Tigers' pitchers have combined for a 3.59 ERA and a .244 batting average against.
Detroit recently made a significant roster improvement when they acquired second baseman Omar Infante and starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez. Even though the Tigers had to part ways with top pitching prospect Jacob Turner and star catching prospect Rob Brantly, this will be a trade that pays immediate dividends.
While these are all great things to hear for Tigers fans, there is still a lot of season left to play.
Here are five best-case scenarios for the Detroit Tigers for the remainder of the 2012 season.