Found September 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Detroit:
Jhonny Peralta rejoined the team and took some balls in left field before Wednesday's game. Peralta, suspended 50 games for his connection to the Biogenesis clinic, did talk to the media. "What happened before, I'm angry with myself," Peralta told reporters in Chicago. "I don't know how to explain it, the situation that happened, but I'm kind of mad at myself." Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowski said Tuesday that the team had not decided whether Peralta will be activated once his suspension is over. Dombrowski said Jose Iglesias is the starting shortstop. "I understand the situation," Peralta told reporters. "Iglesias is a really good player. He's settled to be the shortstop every day. I'm here to help the team in whatever position I can be at. It's good to be here and I'll try to enjoy the game whatever decision Dave makes. I'll be here." Peralta, who was batting .305 with 11 home r...

Peralta will rejoin Tigers Wednesday to work out

Jhonny Peralta's Tigers career isn't over quite yet. Tigers president Dave Dombrowski announced Tuesday that Peralta will rejoin the team Wednesday to begin working out. Dombrowski said that no decision has been made about activating him when his suspension ends in the final week of the regular season, but the door is now open for Peralta to take part in the postseason....

Jhonny Peralta to work out with Tigers Wednesday, team issues statement

Tuesday night club announced that suspended shortstop Jhonny Peralta would work out with the team prior to their series finale with the Chicago White Sox  on Wednesday. Here’s the official statement from the Tigers: “In accordance with the protocols outlined by Major League Baseball’s collective bargaining agreement, Jhonny Peralta will join the club for workouts in Chicago...

Detroit Tigers: is Peralta the missing link?

The Detroit Tigers are keeping the Jhonny Peralta fire lit, and for good reason. Peralta risked exiling himself from the organization the moment he cheated back in the spring of 2012. When he was finally caught and suspended for 50 games just after the trade deadline this year, the Tigers had seemingly already moved on. Jose Iglesias was brought in to play shortstop just before the...

Singing hot dog vendor for Tigers fired over very American stance

The Detroit Tigers are streaking towards the playoffs, but they will be doing it without one of their most famous pieces. Charlie Marcuse, better known around Comerica Park as the Singing Hot Dog Man, was fired because he hated on…Read more →

Transaction Blog: Downs Up, Peralta Returns

Stay current with all the roster movement and personnel decisions with the TigsTown Transaction Blog. The Tigers on Tuesday brought Darin Downs back to the big league club, but arguably of more importance, they announced that shortstop Jhonny Peralta will return to the club and begin working out this week.

Anibal Sanchez Puts On His Ace Hat

Anibal Sanchez could quite possibly be the best pitcher in the major leagues who is never mentioned. I’m not sure I’ve ever heard Sanchez mentioned in the same breath as teammates Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander; much less in the same instance as Felix Hernandez, Clayton Kershaw, and Adam Wainwright. In my opinion, he belongs there. Sanchez’s career has been somewhat...

Sanchez helps Tigers edge White Sox 1-0

Anibal Sanchez struck out 10 in a terrific performance, helping the Detroit Tigers top the Chicago White Sox 1-0 on Wednesday night. Sanchez (14-7) allowed five hits and walked four in 7 1-3 innings while lowering his AL-best ERA to 2.50. Joaquin Benoit got three outs for his 18th save in 18 opportunities, completing a five-hitter for Detroit's 11th shutout of the season. Omar...

Porcello, Fielder Lead Tiger Past White Sox 9-1

Rick Porcello pitched his first career complete game, Prince Fielder homered among his four hits and the Detroit Tigers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 9-1 win over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night. Alex Avila added four hits and two RBIs as AL Central-leading Detroit's offense finally got rolling against the sloppy White Sox, allowing the Tigers to increase...

Podcast: Paul Wezner on WTKA

Paul Wezner joined the Michigan Insider on WTKA 1050 AM in Ann Arbor to discuss the latest with the Tigers, whether or not they should bring Jhonny Peralta back, and what the team's priorities should be as they move in on the playoffs.

Tigers announce 2014 schedule

The Detroit Tigers will open the 2014 season on March 31 with a three-game series against the Kansas City Royals at Comerica Park. The season will conclude with a six-game homestand against the Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins. Schedule highlights include an Interleague home series against the Colorado Rockies Aug. 1-3, a three-game series against the New York Yankees Aug....

Chris Sale thanks higher powers for Cabrera ejection

Your browser does not support iframes. Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera saw his night end almost before it began in a loss to the Chicago White Sox on Monday night after he was ejected in the first inning. Chicago pitcher Chris Sale threw a slider that hit Cabrera on the leg, but home plate umpire […]

St. Lucie Reliever Cory Satterwhite Added to Arizona Fall League Roster

St. Lucie Mets reliever, Cody Satterwhite, will be extending his season according to the Arizona Fall League Twitter account: The #Mets have assigned RHP Cody Satterwhite to the 2013 Arizona Fall League. He’ll pitch for the Scottsdale Scorpions. — Arizona Fall League (@MLBazFallLeague) September 12, 2013 The right-hander joins Chasen Bradford, Hansel Robles, Cam Maron, Aderlin...

Royals-Tigers Preview

The Kansas City Royals might not catch the first-place Detroit Tigers in the AL Central, but they remain a postseason contender. Looking to continue their season-long success against Justin Verlander, the surging Royals try for a third consecutive victory overall and against the Tigers on Friday night at Comerica Park. Kansas City (77-69) has not been to the playoffs since winning...

Sanchez pitches Tigers past White Sox, 1-0

There were a lot of people who weren't sold on the Tigers re-signing Anibal Sanchez in the offseason. The critics thought that paying Sanchez 80 million over five years was too much. Those same people are probably rethinking that opinion. Sanchez, 29, won his career-best 14th game and career-best seventh straight decision with a 1-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox Wednesday...
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