You don’t have to be a star to shine on Opening Day. The 1937 Detroit Tigers played four future Hall of Famers in their lineup. Mickey Cochrane, Charlie Gehringer and Hank Greenberg batted at the top of Detroit’s order. Goose Goslin batted sixth. But Gee Walker starred in the Tigers’ 1937 Opening Day by hitting for the only cycle in Opening Day history. He did it in four at-bats, ripping the home run in the second, the triple in the fourth, a double in the fifth and a single in the seventh. Detroit fans, not expecting much from their team this season,  would be happy if some Tigers enjoy two-hit days today. The Tigers play the Blue Jays in Toronto.