- Eric Karabell, ESPN.com Senior Writer
Before Sunday, the last time once-productive Detroit Tigers outfielders Austin Jackson and Torii Hunter each had multiple hits in the same game was back on May 4. Perhaps that's a bit misleading and unfair, since Jackson came off his month-long disabled list stint for a hamstring injury on Friday night. But still, these guys were one of the top outfield tandems for fantasy purposes in April and then one of them got hurt and the other slumped miserably.
Both Jackson and Hunter remain owned in 100 percent of ESPN standard leagues, and for good reason. Jackson homered, singled, knocked in a pair of runs, scored two runs and stole his sixth base of the season in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Minnesota Twins. Hunter smacked his 300th career home run, doubled and finished with three RBIs. However, he entered play Sunday with a .196 batting average in June, a staggering drop from the .370 mark he posted in April and .255 in May. And it's not like he's contributing much in power and stolen bases, with only one in the latter category.