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ANIBAL SANCHEZ RUMORS

Anibal Sanchez’s struggles hurting the Detroit Tigers

The Detroit Tigers are currently 23-23 and sit in fourth place in the AL Central division. They are only three games out of first place, which is pretty good, considering the inconsistent play from the team so far this season. The team is rebounding after a slow start to the season, but Anibal Sanchez could hinder the team from getting back into contention. Sanchez has been one of...
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Detroit Tigers: Send Sanchez to the bullpen

For the entire season up to this point, and for all of 2015, Detroit Tigers right hander Anibal Sanchez has struggled to pitch deep into ballgames and rarely gives his team a chance to win. In his past 8 starts this year, the Tigers have lost 7 of them. The calendar is quickly turning to June and the Detroit Tigers need to make a move sooner rather than later. It does not make sense...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Sanchez, Tigers fall to Phillies 8-5

DETROIT (AP) -- Odubel Herrera and Peter Bourjos homered off Anibal Sanchez, and the Philadelphia Phillies salvaged the finale of their three-game series with Detroit, beating the Tigers 8-5 on Wednesday. Detroit had won eight of nine, including the first two games of this set, but Herrera's three-run drive put Philadelphia up 5-1 in the fourth. Aaron Nola (4-3) and the Phillies...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phillies 8, Tigers 5: Anibal Sanchez's rough start, sloppy defense sinks Detroit

The offense had their chances, but couldn't do enough to overcome the bullpen and an imploding Sanchez. DETROIT -- Anibal Sanchez is still in desperate need of repair. Or more. Once again he couldn't cut it and the Detroit Tigers tried to extend his outing just a little too far. The offense couldn't string together enough key hits to outlast a rough bullpen outing, and the Tigers...
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2 days ago

Game 46 Preview: Philadelphia Phillies at Detroit Tigers

Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers go for the sweep against Phillies ace Aaron Nola. There aren't many opportunities in baseball where teams are "playing with house money," as the saying goes. Every game is important, especially in a division race as tight as the one shaping up in the AL Central. The Tigers have already won seven games on their nine-game homestand, and have pulled within...
Via Bless You Boys
2 days ago

Sanchez, Nola set to square off in series finale

Winless in the month of May, the Tigers' Anibal Sanchez (3-5, 6.23 ERA) has struggled in the sixth inning this season. He tries to shake his sixth-inning woes Wednesday when the Tigers host the Phillies in the finale of a three-game series.
Via Tigers.com
3 days ago

Nola, Sanchez set to square off in series finale

Winless in the month of May, the Tigers' Anibal Sanchez (3-5, 6.23 ERA) has struggled in the sixth inning this season. He tries to shake his sixth-inning woes Wednesday when the Tigers host the Phillies in the finale of a three-game series.
Via Phillies.com
3 days ago

What can the Tigers do with Anibal Sanchez?

Physically, Sanchez may never be the guy he was in 2013. Maybe it's time he stopped trying. Before the 2016 season got underway, if you had to pick two things the Tigers needed to catch a break on, most would have chosen the health and success of Anibal Sanchez and Victor Martinez. Fortunately, Martinez has been superb, and once again an absolute pleasure to watch hit. But while...
Via Bless You Boys
5 days ago

Tigers' Sanchez tires in 6th in 7-5 loss to Rays

DETROIT (AP) Brad Ausmus and Anibal Sanchez have one important thing in common right now. They can't figure out why Sanchez can't pitch more than five innings. It isn't a surprise to Ausmus at this point - he had relievers warming up at the start of the sixth inning even though Sanchez had retired the previous 10 hitters. However, it is still a major problem. ''If our starters...
Via Associated Press
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers: Still World Series favorites

Don’t let the headline make you roll your eyes. The Detroit Tigers are getting hot at the right moment, which is one of the reasons why they are once again showing why they’re the favorite to win the World Series. As of yesterday, the Tigers have officially claimed a playoff spot in the Wild Card game, which I don’t considered a playoff spot because the playoffs involves at...
Via isportsweb.com
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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