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It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
Certain web-based companies allow you to send in photos to have personal bobbleheads made. Of course, those are the normal-sized bobbleheads that sit on your desk. On Sunday, video surfaced of Tigers ace Justin Verlander meeting a life-sized bobblehead of himself.
JV was one of six Detroit athletes to have a giant bobblehead erected of himself. It was part of Fox Sports Detroit’s “April in the D” campaign.
Why it took Verlander nearly three months to meet his life-sized likeness is anyone’s guess. The bobblehead stood in Detroit, not moving.
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Your browser does not support iframes.Some baseball fans would consider Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander to be larger than life.After all, the man did win both the American League Cy Young Award and MVP Award in the same season in 2011, a feat that hadn't been accomplished by a pitcher since Dennis Eckersley did so in 1992.On Saturday, Verlander may have met his match, though...
After a strong start to the season, Tigers ace Justin Verlander has struggled over the better part of two months as his ERA has gone up to 3.90 after today with a WHIP of 1.38 in 97 innings pitched. So with that said there’s probably a good possibility that Verlander isn’t even invited to this year’s All-Star Game in New York City.
However, if Verlander is invited (which is...
If you were to ask the common Detroit Tigers fan to name 3 active members of the Detroit Tigers bullpen, do you think they could do it? I don’t. They’d probably say Phil Coke, maybe Joaquin Benoit, and if they’re really locked in, perhaps Drew Smyly.
Thank goodness for Drew Smyly
What a difference a few months can make. The Tigers broke camp with what was supposed to be a veteran...
There are as many theories about what's wrong with Justin Verlander as there are Tigers fans.
Has he been spoiled by his huge contract? Is he somehow distracted by whatever (if anything) happened with Kate Upton? Is he pitching through an injury? Did Taco Bell change their recipe? Has he been done in by Detroit's defense? Or, maybe, has he just been incredibly unlucky this...
Detroit -- Baseball is a game of imperfections and failure, yet somehow most of that has eluded Max Scherzer this season.
Scherzer held the Boston Red Sox to two runs on six hits in a 10-3 Tigers victory Friday night at Comerica Park to become the first Tigers pitcher to win 11 consecutive decisions to start the season.
How wowed is Scherzer by what he's done?
Austin Jackson's hamstring may not be back to full strength quite yet. The Tigers outfielder was held out of Friday's lineup with soreness in his left leg which is related to the recent hamstring injury that put him on the DL. MLB.com's Jason Beck & Bobby Nightengale reported that the problem is in the same place in Jackson's left hamstring, as confirmed by...
A nice extended weekend for the Detroit Tigers, as they took three of four games from the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox. And we’ve got the Tigers’ grades for the final three games in that set — a loss Friday and wins Saturday and Sunday.
1. Austin Jackson: A. The Tigers’ center fielder took Friday night off, then came back to spark wins on Saturday and Sunday...
It wasn’t the most graceful play of the MLB season, but it was impressive nonetheless — especially for a former catcher.
Victor Martinez, playing first base, knocked down a scorching grounder off the bat of Jacoby Ellsbury with a diving stop. He got to his feet, barehanded the baseball, dove forward and flipped the ball back to pitcher Drew Smyly for the out.
Ellsbury gave his...
According to MLB.com’s Jason Beck (via MLBTradeRumors.com), the Tigers had a scout at this weekend’s Giants/Marlins game as Detroit is said to have an interest in Miami relievers Steve Cishek and Ryan Webb.
The Tigers had a scout at this weekend’s Marlins-Giants series at San Francisco. Detroit has been rumored to have interest in Miami relievers who could hit the trade market...
Rod says, "Look out, Victor" but he didn't look. He blindly flipped a perfect ball to Drew Smyly who was covering first for the out. The feeling that the Tigers were going to come back and win this game, for me, came on this play. Too special. Looooook out. But don't look out. You know.
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After splitting the first two games, the Boston Red Sox (45-31) and Detroit Tigers (40-32) tangle in tonight’s Game 3 from Comerica Park. The Sox offense exploded for 10 runs, led by right fielder Shane Victorino, who went 4-for-5 with a home run and five RBIs. Boston’s batters must have thought the same as Red Sox Nation: No lead is safe.
Below is a list of closers on non contending teams that might be available through trade. Cover up the name of the teams, and how many of you could tell me where they played? There isn’t any big names on this list, nor should there be.
Big time closers aren’t just found on the free agent or trade market, they are forged through trials by fire. They come up through a minor league...
A night after scoring 10 runs, the Boston Red Sox (45-32) and their bats went cold and the Detroit Tigers (41-32) trounced the Sox, 10-3, to take a 2-1 series lead. The Red Sox go for the split today, with Felix Doubront drawing Justin Verlander in the pitching matchup. Doubront is 4-3 with a 4.38 ERA, but is looking to duplicate his last start...