By the time they reach the All-Star break, the Tigers will have played 37 games in 38 days - and the one off day in that stretch started with a cross-country flight from Los Angeles that didn't get into Detroit until 2 a.m.

Thus, you can expect manager Jim Leyland to juggle his lineup occasionally to keep guys fresh, like Monday night.

Austin Jackson and Brandon Inge were both out of the lineup against the Blue Jays Monday. Andy Dirks will replace Jackson, hitting first and playing center field, and Don Kelly will play third base and bat second in place of Inge.

"Donnie's been swinging it pretty good and I don't want him getting cold," Leyland said before the game. "He's done a good job and you can't just forget about him. I want to give Jackson a little blow, too, and keep Dirks going a little bit. That's what a team is all about."

Jackson, who had a day off in the series finale against the Dodgers last Wednesday, has six hits in his last 29 at-bats. He went 0-for-4 on Sunday.