10 Reasons the Detroit Tigers Will Represent the American League in World Series

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10 Reasons the Detroit Tigers Will Represent the American League in World Series
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Jim Leyland and Justin Verlander are prepared for another deep run in October

In 2012, the Detroit Tigers represented the American League in the World Series. This time around in 2013, the team is even better. From the front office down to the players on the field, everything is clicking in Detroit.

Though the American League is chock full of some of baseball's best teams, there's no doubt in my mind that the Tigers are the cream of the crop.

Ahead, we'll take a look at a variety of reasons for why the Tigers will yet again represent the American League in the World Series. 

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