Detroit Tigers: This year's Tigers cannot afford to be patient the way last year's could. With that in mind, they have yanked Nate Cornejo out of the starting rotation -- for now. With some off days in the offing, manager Alan Trammell has decided to let Cornejo cool his aching shoulder while the team goes with four starters, reports John Lowe of the Detroit Free Press. Cornejo is 1-3 with an ERA of 8.42. He has lost velocity and will return to Detroit for an examination. While the team's hitting is off the charts compared to 2003, their pitching is actually worse than last year's.
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