Found July 16, 2012 on
Catch of the season? You’ll have to hit the jump to see the video, but it’s certainly going to be in the top 3.
Detroit Tigers OF Quintin Berry made an absolutely ridiculous catch during a game at Camden Yards this past weekend. Wilson Betemit hit what would have definitely been a home run, but Berry said no thanks..
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Detroit's viability as a threat in the American League Central Division might be revealed over the next few weeks. With Sunday's 4-0 shutout victory, the Tigers took two of three at Baltimore to start the traditional second half of the season. "It doesn't get any easier," manager Jim Leyland said. "We go home to face the Angels, and the White Sox follow...
The Tigers could soon be getting a reinforcement in outfielder Andy Dirks who has been on the disabled list since May 31 with right Achilles tendonitis.
According to Chris Iott of Mlive.com, Dirks will make his way back to Detroit Monday and be assessed by the team’s training staff. If everything checks out fine then Dirks could be begin a rehabilitation assignment sometime this...
DETROIT -- Brayan Villarreal could be back as soon as Tuesday and Andy Dirks is getting closer.
Villarreal, who did not pitch in the three-game series in Baltimore because of a neck injury, was to see a neck specialist sometime before Monday's game.
"I feel much better than yesterday," Villarreal said. "I think I'll be ready tomorrow, that's what I think...
The Detroit Tigers shut out the Baltimore Orioles toady and now found second place in the A.L. Central a half of a game ahead of the Indians. The Tigers got some fantastic pitching today from none other than Justin Verlander, the same guy who fell apart in the first inning of the All-Star game giving up five runs. Today we saw the Verlander we have all come to admire. Verlander pitched...
Detroit Tigers, 46-43, 3 1/2 games behind Chicago.
The Tigers try to continue their 2nd-half surge with a 4-game series against the redundantly named Los Angeles Angels. The series will feature neither Justin Verlander nor Jered Weaver, much less a rematch between the two, since they both pitched yesterday. Perhaps that will have to wait until the 1-game wild card playoff.
Justin Verlander returned to form after his uncharacteristic start in the All-Star game, allowing three hits in eight innings Sunday to carry the Detroit Tigers over the Baltimore Orioles 4-0.
Verlander (10-5) struck out eight and walked two in his first appearance since yielding five runs in one inning for the AL in an 8-0 loss Tuesday night. The reigning Cy Young Award winner...
Everyone done panicking over Justin Verlander yet?
Between his terrible performance in the All-Star Game and the rumors flying around about Kate Upton, last week was one of the first times that Tigers fans actually seemed worried about their ace. Where was his head? Was Upton going to be the next Yoko Ono? Had his All-Star performance uncovered some previously hidden flaw.
Justin Verlander is becoming casually known as “the stopper” in 2012. Sunday afternoon, he pitched the Detroit Tigers to another series win after a tough loss, muscling through eight innings in a 4-0 win. Determined to put yesterday’s mess out … Continue reading →
Stay current with all the roster movement and personnel decisions with the TigsTown Transaction Blog. Drew Smyly is back on the DL, this time with a strained right side.
Everyone has been waiting for Brennan Boesch to hit a clutch home run for months. Monday night, he delivered, as his stunning bomb helped drive the Detroit Tigers to an 8-6 win over the Los Angeles Angels. Facing the hot … Continue reading →
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Justin Verlander returned to form after his uncharacteristic start in the All-Star game, allowing three hits in eight innings Sunday to carry the Detroit Tigers over the Baltimore Orioles 4-0.
Verlander (10-5) struck out eight and walked two in his first appearance since yielding five runs in one inning for the AL in an 8-0 loss Tuesday night. The reigning Cy Young...
Rick Porcello didn’t give the Detroit Tigers the kind of start he had hoped for, Porcello gave up 8 hits and five earned runs in his 5-2/3 innings of work. The Angels looked like they were going to get the win over the Tigers until the 7th inning came around. The Tigers wanted this one and they went out and got it with a three run 7th and some good work from Octavio Dotel and Jose...