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Justin Verlander pitched the Detroit Tigers into the American League Championship Series with eight shutout innings in a 3-0 win over the Oakland Athletics. “It felt good out there,” said Verlander, who struck out 10. “It’s the first time in a while my changeup’s been really good.
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Detroit Tigers’ Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera were understandably pumped after beating the Oakland A’s in game 5 of the ALDS. Both of them dropped a few “f*ck yeah’s” on live TV afterwards, but who could blame them? It was an epic come back from the brink of defeat.
Baseball's winter trade market will feature a Cy Young winner.
Or two Cy Young winners.
The Rays will almost certainly trade David Price. But there's also a very real chance that the Tigers trade Max Scherzer according to sources.
Scherzer hasn't won a Cy Young yet but he's the heavy favorite to win the award in the American League this year after going 21-3 with...
One of the best things about the Red Sox finishing off the Tampa Bay Rays in 4 games is the fact that the team now gets to sit back and watch the Oakland Athletics and Detroit Tigers battle it out in a do or die game 5 tonight in Oakland. With their ticket already punched to the ALCS there is 2 questions that remain, who will they be playing and...
decided to wait a day later to rehash the dumpster fire that was the ALDS between the A’s and Tigers. If I wrote anything last night there would have been a lot of swearing (more than usual), and irrational and childish gobbledygook that I would have later regretted, like calling Justin Verlander a creepy 5 o’clock shadow-having butthead (I would have meant that with all due...