AL Central Watch: June 21

Here’s a quick glance at what’s happening around the American League Central during a Cubs-Sox Saturday in Chicago.

Watch out again for the Twins. They beat Randy Johnson and the Diamonbacks on Friday, giving and them seven wins in nine games, moving Minnesota 3 1/2 behind the first-place White Sox.

Tigers reliever Fernando Rodney took a page out of Dontrelle Willis book on wild pitching, throwing eight pitches and no strikes during a stinker of an outing against the Padres. On the flip side, fellow setup man Joel Zumaya hit 100 mph in his return to the Tigers bullpen.

The Indians bullpen blew up, but Jhonny Peralta came up big as the Indians beat the Dodgers in Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, read all about the ambidextrous pitcher who met up with the switch-hitting batter.

Check back later for updates.

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