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The Tigers continued to show why they love playing in Wrigley Field Thursday afternoon as they beat the Chicago Cubs 5-3 winning the three game series two games to one.
Detroit starter Justin Verlander was very Verlander-esque going 8 innings allowing 2 runs on 5 hits while striking out 8 and walking zero. The reigning AL Cy Young Award Winner and MVP also earned his first win in over a month.
Austin Jackson also continued to swing a hot bat going 3 for 4 with 3 RBIs and one base on ball. One of those RBIs was a go ahead run in the 7th inning that gave the Tigers a 3-2. He later hit a two-run home run in the 9th to help seal the deal for Detroit.
The Tigers also continued to show signs of a turnaround winning five of their last seven games while going 4-2 on their recent interleague road trip.
But maybe the biggest story of the three game series with the Cubs was the onslaught of Tigers fans that invaded the friendly confines of Wrigley Field. All week-long Tigers fans often overpo...
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On Sunday Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Drew Smyly left his start early against the Cincinnati Reds due to injury. The injury for which he left the game was believed to be a blood blister that had ruptured; however, that’s not the case. Not even close. Doctors at the Centers for Disease Control announced yesterday that [...]
Justin Verlander pitched eight solid innings for his first win in a month and the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago Cubs 5-3 on Thursday in front of another receptive crowd at Wrigley Field.
Verlander also helped himself with a pair of sacrifices as Detroit capped an encouraging 4-2 interleague road trip to Cincinnati and Chicago. Austin Jackson hit a tiebreaking RBI single in the...
The Detroit Tigers have activated right-hander Doug Fister from the disabled list and recalled righty Thad Weber from Triple-A Toledo.
Detroit sent left-hander Casey Crosby and outfielder Matt Young to Toledo on Friday night to create space on the roster.
Fister injured his left side during his first start of the season against Boston in April and went back to the DL on May 29...
If Austin Jackson keeps this up, he'll be headed to Kansas City for the All-Star Game next month.
Jackson has been showing his team what they have been missing when he was out from May 17 to June 9 with an abdominal strain.
After his successful two-game rehabilitation start in Toledo last Thursday and Friday, Jackson said of the Tigers, "I'm ready to rejoin them and...
A couple of Detroit Tigers fans had an unbelievable night at Comerica Park during Friday night's game, as not only did they get engaged, but they also got a foul ball.
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A fan named Matt got some help from Tigers mascot Paws during his proposal to his girlfriend Shana in the middle of the fourth inning. Then, in the bottom of the sixth...
Tigers fans stole his joy
It’s a long-time tradition to sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the seventh inning stretch. At no ballpark is this tradition upheld with more pride than at Wrigley Field in Chicago. With the Detroit Tigers in town to face the Chicago Cubs, Tigers fans seemed to take over Wrigley field. Not only did they take over, but they drowned out the Cubs...
With the big hype lately over the one and only, Quintin Berry, there have been many discussions as to what would be the most logical desired outfield, personnel wise, assuming everyone is healthy. As disappointing as the play has been from the corner outfielders in Brennan Boesch and Delmon Young, many are quick to think Berry should replace one of them in the starting lineup. With...
Detroit Tigers second baseman Danny Worth showed great range in the field, but a bad grip on the ball may have resulted in the worst throw ever by a pro baseball player during Friday night's game against the Colorado Rockies.
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It happened in the top of the eighth inning on a grounder up the middle by Rockies first baseman Todd Helton...
A hard-fought game turned to sheer embarrassment for Jose Valverde and the Tigers as they fell to the Colorado Rockies 12-4 in 10 innings from Comerica Park.
Coming into the game on an 8 game losing streak, the Rockies took advantage of a Valverde throwing error in the 10th to score 8 runs in the en route to victory.
It wasn’t all on Valverde though in the 10th.
While pretty much everyone knows that you “can’t predict baseball,” if there was one feeling shared by the majority of analysts before the season started, it was that the Detroit Tigers were going to easily win the American League Central, perhaps with some token resistance from Cleveland. That is not how things have gone, as presently the Tigers not only find themselves trailing...
Here’s an update of the latest news and information from around the internet concerning the Detroit Tigers for Friday, June 15, 2012. With offense sometimes hard to come by, the Tigers may turn their attention to an old Central Division … Continue reading →
Yet again, the Detroit Tigers found themselves in a tight, late-inning game, and, yet again, it was a combination of bad hitting, terrible clutch pitching and stupid baseball that allowed the Colorado Rockies to hang an eight-spot in the top … Continue reading →
Some recent success against NL opponents has the Detroit Tigers feeling confident.
Interleague play has only added to the Colorado Rockies' struggles.
The Tigers look for a third consecutive victory while trying to extend the Rockies' season-high skid to nine games Friday night at Comerica Park.
Detroit (30-33) is perhaps the majors' biggest underachiever this season...
The Cubs go for the series win behind Travis Wood. The Tigers counter with Justin Verlander. Over/under on Verlander K's at 11. Over/under on hits for the Cubs is 2. Take the over on the K's and under on the hits. Hell, perfect game #23 doesn't sound too unreasonable.