The Detroit Tigers will face the Boston Red Sox again tonight at
Tigers.com blogger Jason Beck says that Miggy could be back in the lineup on Wednesday.
Beck added that Miggy did not look limited while taking batting practice with the team on Monday.
Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski told a
Jim Leyland told the Freep that Miggy was feeling better, but that he's waiting until the Tigers medical team says Miggy can play.
In the meantime, Miggy's pursuit of a second-straight Triple Crown has only slowed slightly.
After Monday's action, Miggy still leads in batting average by 23 points over the Angels' Mike Trout, and leads in RBI's by eight over the Orioles' Chris Davis.
After sitting for the better part of three games, Miggy still trails
Miggy has one further disadvantage -- while Miggy and the Tigers have 24 games remaining in the regular season, Davis and the Orioles have 26.