Gose struggled through June, hitting .167 and posting a .214 on-base percentage in June entering Tuesday's game. His spot at the top of the Tigers' batting order against right-handed pitchers could be in jeopardy, according to the Detroit Free Press.
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.
Soria, who had struggled through the middle of June with a bloated ERA, seems to have righted the ship over his last three outings. In his last three appearances (3.0 innings), he has allowed just three hits and struck out three, and has recorded one win and one save.