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Tigers fans say goodbye to Austin Jackson with standing ovation (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes.Detroit Tigers center fielder Austin Jackson was pulled from center field in the middle of the seventh inning during Thursday's game against Chicago when it became official that he had been traded, and the home crowd at Comerica Park said goodbye with standing ovation.The moment came with a 2-2 count to White Sox batter Gordon Beckham with...
Via Holdout Sports
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

A trade deadline to remember

Several general managers around Major League Baseball decided to shop at Trades “R” Us on Thursday, and many of them weren’t disappointed with what they got on the day of the non-waiver trade deadline. David Price has a new home in Detroit, and with this deal, the Tigers are aiming for its first World Series title since 1984. It was a dealing bonanza. Of course, the news of...
Via isportsweb.com
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Austin Jackson Traded Mid-Inning, Leaves Field To Standing Ovation (Video)

Outfielder Austin Jackson won’t ever forget where he was or what he was doing the moment he learned he was traded. Jackson was traded to the Seattle Mariners as part of a three-team deal that brought David Price to the Detroit Tigers just minutes before the 4 p.m. EST trade deadline. The only problem with the blockbuster trade, though, was that Jackson was a little preoccupied...
Via NESN.com
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Austin Jackson gets pulled mid-inning after trade

Detroit Tigers outfielder Austin Jackson was yanked in the top of the 7th inning after being traded to the Seattle Mariners in the blockbuster three team deal that brought David Price to Detroit. Watch as Tiger manager Brad Ausmus calls time during the middle of at-bat to replace Jackson with Rajai Davis. The Tigers crowd quickly picked up on the substitution and gave the centerfielder...
Via Next Impulse Sports
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Following David Price Trade, Tigers Take Austin Jackson Out In Middle Of Inning

Austin Jackson was part of three-team trade that sent David Price to the Detroit Tigers at the end of the trade deadline. Instead of having Jackson finish out the 7th inning Thursday against the White Sox, the team replaced the soon-to-be Seattle Mariners center fielder for Rajai Davis with one out in the inning. The post Following David Price Trade, Tigers Take Austin Jackson Out...
Via Diehardsport
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Silver lining? Not for Tigers' Jackson

Now you can't judge a suit by its cover, either. Tigers right fielder Austin Jackson proved that Thursday at Comerica Park, where he loudly showed off the unique lining of his suit coat before an afternoon game at Comerica Park. Teammate J.D. Martinez captured the moment on video and posted it on Instagram.   Hopefully for the Tigers, Jackson's bat can live up to all...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
July 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Jackson being back in leadoff role could spark strong second half

DETROIT -- It's a little early to determine whether Austin Jackson being back at the leadoff spot will remain a permanent thing, but it's going smoothly so far. Jackson led off again Wednesday and kicked the game off with a triple, scoring almost immediately on Ian Kinsler's base hit. It was an important run considering Los Angeles Dodgers starter Zack Greinke came into...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Jackson finds a new home in the middle of the batting order

Austin Jackson has gone from setting tables to cleaning tables. The Detroit Tigers' center fielder batted leadoff the first four years of his career, but is hitting either fifth or sixth this season. It's a change that came after he hit eighth in the last three games of the 2013 ALCS to shake an awful slump. That move was born out of desperation, but it was the beginning...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Tigers notes: Austin Jackson thriving in new batting order spot

LAKELAND, Fla. -- Detroit Tigers center fielder Austin Jackson is wearing out pitchers consistently, and batting .483 halfway through the Grapefruit League season. He's never looked more balanced at the plate in four previous seasons, and credits that with his effectiveness. "When you don't have that balance," Jackson said, "you rush to the hitting position...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
March 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers: who is most likely to flop?

Last week, I looked at three x-factors for the 2014 Detroit Tigers. Now, it’s time to examine the likely 25-man roster and determine three players that have the biggest potential to flop in 2014. As in the last article I’ll nominate one player from each position group (offense, starting pitching, and bullpen). Caveat: by no means am I saying that these three players will all...
Via isportsweb.com
February 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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