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Now that his Tigers are done for the season playing ball, Justin Verlander can spend some quality time with his lovely lady friend, Ms. Kate Upton. Luckily for us, we can too.
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DETROIT By the end of the night Detroit Tigers catcher Alex Avila who was originally in the Game 4 lineup but was scratched due to an lingering forearm injury had company in the trainer's room.
In the ninth inning, second baseman Omar Infante was hit on his left hand by Giants reliever Santiago Casilla.
Infante immediately headed toward the dugout, clutching his hand in...
The Detroit Tigers are bringing back manager Jim Leyland.
The team announced Tuesday that Leyland has a contract for next season, and his coaching staff also has been invited to return.
This will be Leyland's 22nd season as a major league manager and his eighth in Detroit. He led the Tigers to the World Series for the second time during his time with the club. Detroit was swept...
DETROIT -- The clubhouse of a team that just lost the World Series is a bittersweet place.
There was despair in the eyes of the Tigers, still reeling from the four-game sweep by the Giants that concluded with a 10th-inning defeat late Sunday night. But there also was an underlying sense of pride for what had been accomplished in bringing the American League pennant home.
DETROIT Bringing Jim Leyland back for another season was the right thing to do.
Not every Detroit Tigers fan will agree with that, but it's hard to argue with the results.
Consider this: In 2005, the season before Leyland arrived, the Tigers were 71-91 and finished fourth in the Central Division. And nobody needs to be reminded of the 119-loss season in 2003.
The Detroit Tigers may have come up short again in the 2012 World Series against the San Francisco Giants, but they are not looking for a scapegoat to assume the blame for the disappointing four game sweep. If they are, it is not manager Jim Leyland, who it was just announced would return to the Tigers for the 2013 MLB season.
Next year will be Leyland’s eighth season managing...
The Detroit Tigers picked up 2013 contract options on reliever Octavio Dotel and shortstop Jhonny Peralta. Continue reading →
On Tuesday, October 30th, Detroit Tigers’ General Manager Dave Dombrowski and team skipper Jim Leyland held separate press conferences to address a few questions regarding the teams immediate future. They discussed several personnel issues, player and managerial alike.
Here are some of the highlights:
Dombrowski stated the Tigers would not pursue closer Jose Valverde, thus making...
The Detroit Tigers are set to sever ties with former Minnesota Twins outfielder Delmon Young, according to the Detroit Free Press.Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowski met with the media and said his club doesn't plan to bring back Young, this year's American League Championship Series MVP. With Victor Martinez expected to be Detroit's designated hitter...
The decision that seemed likely after the Tigers won the pennant was made official on Tuesday, as the organization announced that manager Jim Leyland has received a new one-year deal, and the entire coaching staff will be asked to return. In addition, Toby Harrah has officially been added to the staff as assistant hitting coach.
The Detroit Tigers announced yesterday that skipper Jim Leyland will return to the team for his 8th season. Wait? That was a freaking TEAM decision? It’s not uncommon for someone of Leyland’s age to just want to just hang out … Continue reading →
Video: World Series on FOX: Tough loss for Leyland
Tigers manager Jim Leyland was as classy and respectful in defeat as one can be. Though he was extraordinarily disappointed that his team was swept in the World Series by the San Francisco Giants — and nearly in tears during his postgame interview — he praised the Giants.
“I want to first start by congratulating the Giants...
At this point, on most of the East Coast, it’s not a matter of if we’re going to lose power, but when. I’m writing this post on Monday evening assuming that I am going to wake up...
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San Francisco closer Sergio Romo strikes out Detroit's Miguel Cabrera, looking, to finish off a Game 4 victory and the 2012 World Series title for the Giants via the sweep.
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Last night, the San Francisco Giants claimed their second World Series title in the last three seasons with a 4-3 win over the Detroit Tigers that completed a four-game sweep. The Giants' triumph also allowed The Raceway in Sonoma to claim victory in their World Series wager with the Detroit Grand Prix. Per the rules of the bet, Detroit GP chairman Bud Denker must send Sonoma...