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Guillen Not Giving Up On Season Just Yet

In a week that started with Detroit Tigers third baseman Brandon Inge make a surprising rehab start with the West Michigan Whitecaps, it's only fitting that it would end with another Detroit Tiger making a rehab start.

On the same day that former Tigers great Mike Henneman made an appearance, Tigers second baseman Carlos Guillen, who strained his hamstring a few weeks ago against the Toronto Blue Jays, came to the friendly confines in Comstock Park to play for the 'Caps. However, unlike Inge, Guillen plans on staying with West Michigan for a few days. "The most important thing is health," Guillen said prior... Recommended Stories

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