Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez had a major setback in his recovery from a strained right pectoral muscle. Michigan Live.com's James Schmehl reports that Sanchez's Tuesday ultrasound revealed that the right-hander has torn the muscle and could miss the remainder of the season although that is not yet definite. Anibal Sanchez said he's concerned that he...
Tuesday, it was revealed that injured Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez has suffered a setback and he believes that his 2014 season is in jeopardy. If he really can't come back in the regular season, there's a very good chance the Tigers will miss the postseason for the first time since 2010.
At the very least, Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski is quite the predicament. As...
DETROIT (AP) -- The Detroit Tigers will have their pitching depth tested for at least a little bit longer now that Anibal Sanchez is dealing with a setback in his recovery from a right pectoral strain.
Sanchez said he was feeling better Tuesday, but he experienced pain while throwing Monday. Manager Brad Ausmus said Sanchez will not be able to return for Saturday's doubleheader...
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DETROIT (AP) Detroit right-hander Anibal Sanchez isn't sure when he might return from a right pectoral strain after a setback this week left him dealing with more pain.
Sanchez said he was feeling better Tuesday, a day after his latest problem. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus says Sanchez will not be able to return for Saturday's doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox.
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DETROIT -- The Tigers will need a starter for Saturday as Anibal Sanchez has suffered a setback in his recovery.
Sanchez, who was placed on the disabled list Aug. 9 with a right pectoralis strain, was throwing Monday when he felt pain.
"He went quite a ways," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "He actually backed up to about 150 feet, was throwing good, felt good. Then...
Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez will not be able to start on Saturday for Detroit, after he suffered a setback trying to come back from a pectoral strain.
The plan was for Sanchez to pitch on Monday, then off a mound on Wednesday, and finally making his return to the rotation on Saturday night in Chicago against the White Sox. It appears those plans will have to be put on...
Video and photos from Tuesday's Tigers-Yankees game at Comerica Park, including Anibal Sanchez discussing his recent setback.
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With a huge loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Kansas City Royals the hottest team in baseball, the Detroit Tigers find themselves in second place to the Royals trailing by half a game.
To add onto that, the injuries have started to pile up for the Tigers.
The first big name player to hit the disabled list is relief pitcher Joakim Soria. Soria was put on the 15-day disabled list...
Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez has landed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right pectoral muscle.
Sanchez, 30, was removed from his start on Friday. He is expected to miss the next 3-4 weeks which is a significant blow to the Tigers.
Robbie Ray figures to be Sanchez’s replacement in the rotation.
In 21 starts this season Sanchez was 8-5 with...
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DETROIT -- Anibal Sanchez doesn't understand why his performance takes a nose dive in the seventh inning.
Tuesday, it wasn't even his fault.
Against the White Sox, he took a 2-2 tie into the seventh inning, and gave up three runs while only getting one out. Joakim Soria followed with a meltdown in his home debut, and the Tigers ended up allowing seven runs in the inning en...