Nicholas Castellanos put on an elite hitting display last week (August 13th-19th), en route to his first tapping as American League Player of the Week.

Detroit’s right fielder went (11-for-28) in seven games played with three doubles, two home runs, 10 runs batted in and eight runs scored.

Castellanos is the first Tiger to take home the award since J.D. Martinez did so last July.

No. 9 will look to stay hot and get the Tigers back into the win column tomorrow night when the Chicago Cubs visit Comerica Park for a brief two-game series.

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