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For the second straight season, the Tigers top prospect in the organization is right-hander Jacob Turner. The youngster came into spring camp this season with a chance to win the fifth starter's job in the big league rotation, but a slow starter coupled with tendinitis killed that opportunity. Still, what has the Tigers so excited and optimistic about his future?
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The Detroit Tigers will place righthander Doug Fister on the disabled list on Sunday and recall righthander Brayan Villarreal from Triple-A Toledo, the team announced.
Fister exited Saturday's game against the Boston Red Sox with a strain in his left side.
Manager Jim Leyland and trainer Kevin Rand came out to check on Fister after he showed discomfort in the middle of an at...
Saturday we got a glimpse of the kind of power the Detroit Tigers are working with in the middle of their lineup. Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder both went deep twice – and you better believe there is more where that came from….
You can see all four home runs by watching the videos here
The power potential is pretty uncanny between these two dudes to a point where I think...
Apparently our buddy Billy Zane is going to be spending a lot of time in Detroit this season. He showed up on Thursday when Austin Jackson walked it off to open the season, and he makes a triumphant return today after Alex Avila's 2-run homer to give the Tigers a 13-12 extra innings win and series sweep over the Boston Red Sox.
Miguel Cabrera hit a game-tying home...
Show Title: The Sports Truth
Filmed at: Udetroit Cafe 11:00am-1:00pm
Show Date: Thursday April 5th 2012
Show Co Hosts: Chris Renwick, Jason Lamontange and Dave Danese,
Guests: Lomas Brown, Denny Mcclain, Keith Dunlap, John C, Steve Toth, Kris Lamontange and Garret K
Show Description: Opening Day 2012 was a great success for the Detroit Tigers and all of here at Detroit Sports...
Tune into Sun Sports at 12:30 p.m. to watch the Tampa Bay Rays take on the Detroit Tigers.
If they keep coming up big in the clutch, the Detroit Tigers will continue to be overwhelming favorites to win a second consecutive AL Central crown.
The Tampa Bay Rays have to like their chances in the AL East if they keep jumping out to early leads.
Detroit goes for its first 4-0 home...
DETROIT (AP) -- Miguel Cabrera doubled and scored on Prince Fielder's single, part of a snowy eighth-inning rally that gave the Detroit Tigers a 5-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday.
After Fielder's tiebreaking single, a light snow shower passed briefly over Comerica Park. Jhonny Peralta added a sacrifice fly later in the inning, and Gerald Laird's RBI single gave...
Alex Avila hit a two-run walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning off Mark Melancon as the Detroit Tigers came from behind on two occasions in the late innings to complete a three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox 13-12.
Miguel Cabrera hit a three-run homer to tie it in the bottom of the ninth and finished with five RBIs and three runs scored for the Tigers.
The Red Sox...
Alex Avila's walk-off Sunday swept the Red Sox out of Detroit
It’s been one weekend of baseball for the Boston Red Sox and already the nation is in panic.
On one hand, its understandable. Red Sox fans have been told all off-season that they were going to purge the evils of the collapse of September. That collapse mostly happened because the Red Sox forgot how to pitch a ball...
Well I really can't imagine a worse possible start for the 2012 Boston Red Sox as they were swept by the Detroit Tigers this weekend. It wasn't the fact they now begin the season 0-3, but more of the manner on how they lost each game. When they hit, they couldn't pitch, when they pitched, they couldn't hit. Today I'm doing a little better and...
There are four undefeated teams left in baseball, and two of them begin a series today in Detroit. The Tampa Bay Rays and Detroit Tigers had sweeps on Opening Weekend of highly-hyped, large market teams, with the Rays handling the Yankees and the Tigers beating up on the Red Sox. The Tigers succeeded in the first series of the year by bludgeoning the hell out of the Red Sox, scoring...
From the Duluth News Tribune
Former Duluth Huskies pitcher Drew Smyly is the fifth starter in the Detroit Tigers’ pitching rotation as the 2012 Major League Baseball season gets under way.
Smyly, a 6-foot-3 left-hander who played for the Huskies in 2009, will become the first player from the Northwoods League’s 2009 class to appear in the Majors when he joins the Tigers...
Welcome to a new segment we at RBTS like to call, “Boxscore of the Week,” in which we pick out a specific boxscore from either a team or player we feel is the best for that particular week. For the opening weekend of baseball, Detroit Tigers fans were treated to a sweep of the Boston Red