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Iglesias capped off a four-game series against the Orioles with a triple and single in Sunday's win, and finished 7-for-18 with five runs and one RBI in the series.
Iglesias was 1-for-3 with a stolen base and a three-run home run in the Tigers' win over Baltimore on Friday night.
Iglesias, who entered Tuesday hitting .330 with an on-base percentage of .384, could move into the leadoff spot for the Tigers, according to the Detroit Free Press. He has spent almost the entire season hitting out of the nine hole.
Iglesias's knee is still dealing with some minor swelling, but it available to pinch hit and can take grounders that are hit "right at him" according to manager Brad Ausmus, Lynn G. Henning of The Detroit News reports.
Manager Brad Ausmus indicated Monday that he's be "shocked" if Iglesias required a stint on the disabled list, James Schmehl of MLive Media Groupreports.
Manager Brad Ausmus said that an MRI and X-rays on Iglesias' bruised knee showed no structural damage, MLive.com's Chris Iott reports.
Iglesias left Saturday's game with a left knee contusion and should be considered day-to-day.
Iglesias singled with two out in the seventh on Monday night to extend his hitting streak to nine games. He finished 1-for-3 with a stolen base.
Updating a previous report, Iglesias will start at shortstop Thursday afternoon against the Twins, MLB.com's Jason Beck reports.
Iglesias reached based in each of his first three plate appearances Wednesday night. He walked once and singled twice.
There is still some chance Iglesias (groin) will be scratched from Tuesday's lineup against the Twins, as the Tigers want to see their shortstop run before making a final decision, Tony Paul of the Detroit News reports.
Iglesias is still dealing with a groin issue and will likely be out until at least Saturday, MLive's Chris Iott reports. "It will probably be a couple days, I would think," manager Brad Ausmus said Thursday of when Iglesias might get back in the lineup.
Iglesias (groin) is in the lineup Wednesday against the White Sox, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Iglesias (groin) is hopeful that he'll be able to play Tuesday against the White Sox, James Schmehl of MLive.com reports.
Iglesias delivered the Tigers the win Friday over the White Sox with his first-ever walk-off hit in the ninth inning. He put a single through the right side.
Iglesias went 1-for-2 with a walk and his fourth steal of the year Wednesday against Pittsburgh.
Iglesias went 2-for-3 including a double and scored a run Tuesday against Pittsburgh. He is now 12-for-25 (.480) on the season.
Iglesias' strong start to the season continued Thursday as he went 4-for-4, including a double, and scored three times in the Tigers' rout of the Twins.
After missing the entirety of the 2014 season with stress fractures in his shins, Iglesias had a strong debut Monday, going 2-for-3 with a pair of stolen bases.
Iglesias played a full nine-inning game Saturday for the first time this spring, MLive.com reports.
Iglesias (leg) plans to start at shortstop in Friday's spring game, and serve as the DH Saturday, James Schmehl of MLive Media Group reports.
The Tigers will continue to bring Iglesias along slowly this spring, using him on alternating days for Grapefruit League games, the Detroit News reports.
Iglesias is starting at shortstop and hitting second inf the Tigers' first spring lineup, Anthony Fenech of freep.com reports.
Iglesias (leg) could serve as the designated hitter early in spring training to get in extra at bats, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Iglesias (shins) is only running at about 85-90 percent intensity, Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus admitted that "there's a little bit of concern" regarding how Iglesias' shins will hold up over the long grind of the season, MLive.com reports.