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Sports Injury Alert:
Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers did not want a diagnosis until after the season had concluded. So they didn’t look too deeply at Cabrera’s groin, hip, and abdominal problems. However, once the Boston Red Sox knocked them out of the ALCS, it was time to figure out the severity of Cabrera’s injury. He has now been diagnosed with a groin tear and may need surgery.
Jason Beck of MLB.com says the injury will likely require surgery. The Tigers’ general manager Dave Dombrowski revealed the injury yesterday.
“He has a groin [injury], they say Grade 2, Grade 3, which means there’s some tearing of fibers in that area,” Dombrowski said. “It was not going to heal with rest, we were assured of that.”
It’s amazing that Cabrera was able to produce at all in the postseason or down the stretch considering the severity of the injury. Yet, he helped carry the Tigers into the postseason, provided some pop in the playoffs, and was both the emotional and inspirational leader for the team. Ima
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Jim Leyland, who led the Detroit Tigers to two pennants in eight seasons and got them to the verge of a third this season, will not return for a ninth. Leyland announced in a press conference Monday that he is stepping down as Detroit’s manager. “I’m going to be 69 years old,” he said. “I’m not ashamed of that. I’m proud of it. The fuel’s getting a little low.”...
DETROIT -- Dave Dombrowski wasn't giving out many hints about the next Tigers manager on Monday, but he said a lot when he talked about one man that he can't hire.
"A year ago, there was one obvious candidate who stood out over everyone else that was available, and that was Terry Francona," Dombrowski said. "This year, there isn't one person like that...
Jim Leyland announced Monday he is stepping down as manager of the Detroit Tigers after eight seasons that included three division titles and two trips to the World Series.
Leyland announced his departure two days after the Tigers were eliminated from the AL championship series by Boston in six games.
''I'm going to be 69 years old,'' he said at a news conference...
Recently, Detroit Tigers manager and Big Lebowski narrator Jim Leyland announced that he would step down as manager of the Tigers. Allegedly, his plan to leave the team had nothing to do with the Tigers’ recent ALCS defeat to the Boston Red Sox, but rather a decision Leyland made about a month ago.
In eight seasons with the Tigers, Jim Leyland led the team to three division titles...
After eight successful seasons as manager of the Detroit Tigers, Jim Leyland announced his retirement on Monday, just two days after the team was eliminated by the Boston Red Sox in the American League Championship Series. With Leyland at the helm, the Tigers won three AL Central titles and made it to the World Series […]The post Jim Leyland lets a fart joke rip during his retirement...
In his eight seasons as manager Jim Leyland got the Tigers close — but not close enough.
Two days after their loss to the Red Sox in Game 6 in the American League Championship Series Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowki announced Leyland is retiring on Monday morning at Comerica Park.
"I have told most all of you when it's time it's time — and it...
Former Phillies skipper Chuck Manuel wants to manage the Detroit Tigers, Sporting News reports.
Manuel, 68, was let go by the Phillies after 9 years of service this past August. He was part of Philadelphia’s old regime of coaches, all of whom have been replaced.
Condition-wise, I feel tremendous. I’ve still got the fire. I’ve got a full tank. I’m still very...
Jim Leyland, occasionally grumpy with the media? I don't know what the old skipper was talking about Monday during the news conference announcing his retirement.
Wait, maybe I do.
"Get that camera out of here!" Leyland barked in my general direction before Game 1 of the American League Championship Series. "The players are coming out! This is a dugout, not a...
Jim Leyland announced Monday night that he has stepped down as manager of the Detroit Tigers. Leyland’s eight seasons with the team included the Tigers winning the last three AL Central titles. This announcement may seem predictable due to Leyland turning 69 years old in December. The Tigers will now have to search for someone to fill the shoes of their legendary departing manager...
Press conference this afternoon.
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In Game 2 of the ALCS, Max Scherzer was utterly dominating, striking out 13 of the 25 Red Sox batters he faced. Despite all the strikeouts, he managed to get through seven innings on just 108 pitches, mixing in some efficiency with his ability to avoid contact. The Tigers held a 5-1 lead when Scherzer was replaced to start the top of the 8th inning; by the time the inning was over...
The iconic snapshot of the just-completed ALCS is a Boston cop named Steve Horgan arms raised in a V in the Red Sox bullpen in front of Torii Hunter his torso obscured by the low wall his legs straight up.
Hunter nearly made a catch for the ages. Almost snared a bases-loaded two-out liner off David Ortiz’s bat — his effort maximum. Had he caught it and preserved a 5-1 eighth...
If this was a year ago current Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona would have been the new manager of the Detroit Tigers. If Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire had been fired and not signed a new two-year contract he very well might be the new Tigers manager.
Things being as they are neither of these two excellent managers will be wearing the Old English D anytime soon....
Jim Leyland is reportedly stepping down as Tigers manager.
According to FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal, sources told him that Leyland informed the Told team after they lost Game 6 of the ALCS in Boston.
The Tigers have called news conference for 11:30 a.m., which will be broadcast live by FOX Sports Detroit.
Stay tuned to FOXSportsDetroit.com for a full report, analysis and more.