AL Central Watch: June 4

Heres a quick glance for whats happening around the American League Central.

Tigers reliever Joel Zumaya hit 100 mph on the radar gun during a rehab outing Tuesday.

The Rangers made quick work of Indians starter Tom Mastny.

Twins leadoff hitter Carlos Gomez is continuing to learn on the job with mixed results.

Check back later for updates.

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Suzuki returned Monday after over five weeks on the IL with a sprained left ring finger.
On July 5, 1947, the unassuming 22-year-old joined the Cleveland Indians and played at Comiskey Park, the first Black player in the American League. Every July 5, AL players should wear his No. 14.