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And now they wait. Detroit will watch the National League Championship Series to see whether it will go to St. Louis (again) or San Francisco next week for the start of the World Series after dispatching the New York Yankees on Thursday in the minimum four ALCS games. It's a similar scenario to what the Tigers faced in their last World Series appearance, 2006, when they sat around nearly a week waiting for a winner, which turned out to be St. Louis. "I've got a plan in place, but I don't want to disclose it now," manager Jim Leyland said. "I can guarantee you we won't be sitting around doing nothing for five or six days." The Tigers came off their layoff in 2006 and struggled to get going. Their pitchers made an error a game throwing wild or to the wrong base, and they were knocked out by the Cardinals without much problem. "If someone would have told me we would sweep the Yankees in this series, I would have told them they were cra...
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The Detroit Tigers swept the Yankees and are headed to the World Series. Check out exclusive photos of their Champagne shower locker room celebration. Prince Fielder’s wife Chanel didn’t escape the spray of the champagne: The Tigers haven’t won the World Series since 1984. This is their 11th American League pennant and first since [...]
Six years later, the Detroit Tigers are in a familiar position.
For an opponent. For their next real game. For the World Series to begin.
Although only three current players were on the roster when the Tigers last reached the Fall Classic, there's a general awareness around the organization - certainly among the front office, manager Jim Leyland and his coaching staff...
A month ago Detroit Tigers fans were certain their favorite, yet scuffling, team would miss the playoffs. And now they are headed to the World Series for the 2nd time in seven years under Jim Leyland.All season long the mantra preached on this website was one of patience, just hope they make the playoffs, and once they do anything can happen from there. And now we’ve seen how nicely...
The next few days may feel a bit familiar to Detroit manager Jim Leyland, while the Tigers wait to start the World Series.
Detroit won the AL pennant, wrapping up a four-game sweep of the New York Yankees on Thursday. Now the Tigers won't play again until next Wednesday, when they open on the road against the winner of the NL championship series between St. Louis and San Francisco...
DETROIT Tigers catcher Alex Avila stood in a corner of the clubhouse Thursday night, puffing a Cuban cigar and making no attempt to wipe neither the smile nor the celebratory sparkling grape juice off his face.
After the Tigers drafted me, I was down in the Instructional League in Florida, said Avila, a fifth-round pick in 2008 from the University of Alabama. I said to my dad,...
It’s hardly surprising that Detroit Tigers first baseman Prince Fielder was pretty excited as he stared up into the sky on Thursday, realizing that all he had to do was allow the ball popped straight up into the air off Jayson Nix’s bat to fall into his waiting glove and he would be making his [...]
After the Detroit Tigers swept the New York Yankees in the ALCS to head to the World Series for the first time since the grand year of 2006.
During a postgame interview with Miguel Cabrera, Tigers star pitcher Justin Verlander decided to photobomb the go-between by chanting MVP behind him:
(Courtesy of It's Always Sunny With Detroit)
Kids, this is what happens when you’re a winner. You get the hotness. There is a 0% chance that this Detroit Tigers fan actually lives within the city limit of the city, right?
The Tigers completed the sweep of the New York Yankees in the 2012 ALCS and this hot fan used some arts and crafts time to put together this pretty great sign.
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A-Rod's in the lineup. A-Rod's out of the lineup. Make up your mind.
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland had to do a quick double-take after he received two different New York Yankee lineup cards before Game 4 of the ALCS Wednesday afternoon.
The first one listing Alex Rodriguez batting sixth and playing third base. But then, a courier from the Yankee clubhouse brought...
Just about any chance the Cardinals had set their starters the way they wanted went out the window when the Giants won Game 5. Continue reading →
New York Yankees star benchwarmer Alex Rodriguez reportedly went on a date with model and bikini designer Kyna Treacy right after he flirted with her during last Saturday's playoff game against the Detroit Tigers. The Telegraph reports that Rodriguez called her up after last Saturday’s game. Treacy’s friends say that she and A-Rod went on a date.“I think she was pleasantly...
Detroit Tigers designated hitter Delmon Young has been selected
MVP of the AL championship series.
Heading into this year’s ALCS you’d think the Yankees would be looking for some revenge after the Tigers were the Bombers’ kryptonite ousting New York in the 2006 and 2011 ALDS’.
However this time around instead of an Empire Strikes Back run of things, the series played out much like George Lucas probably would’ve envisioned himself… with the Empire defeated, Vader gone...