Drew VerHagen, solid in his major-league debut in the first game of last Saturday's day-night doubleheader, is now on the disabled list.
VerHagen, 23, was sent back down to Triple-A Toledo after his start against the Cleveland Indians. VerHagen allowed three runs on five hits while walking three and striking out four in five innings.
According to several media reports, VerHagen has...
After a forgettable game Friday night where the Tigers squandered a three-run lead only to get beat 9-3 by the Tribe Detroit (53-39) take on the Indians (48-47) in the first game of a day/night double header from Comerica Park. Rookie Drew VerHagen will get the start for the Tigers while Cleveland will counter with Corey Kluber.
Today’s Game 1 first pitch is scheduled for 1:08PM...
The Tigers have made some roster moves this morning:
Moving Joel Hanrahan from the 15 day DL to the 60 day DL, removing him from the 40 man roster.
Adding RHP Drew VerHagen to the 40 man roster and selecting him as the 26th man for today’s double header.
Optioning RHP Chad Smith to AAA Toledo.
Recalling RHP Corey Knubel from AAA Toledo.
In spring training, #Tigers Ausmus called VerHagen a "young Ben Affleck." Maybe the real thing could watch VerHagen's MLB debut tomorrow.
— Dana Wakiji (@FSDwakiji) July 19, 2014
Drew VerHagen, who I called during Spring Training a morph between Verlander and some other unknown dude named Hagen, may be showcasing himself for a very important trade Dave Dombrowski has in the works...
Baseball Reference Game Preview
Makeup doubleheader today, Cory Kluber vs. Drew VerHagen in the 1 o’clock game and Zach McAllister vs. Max Scherzer in the 7 o’clock reprise.
The outlook for seeing Joel Hanrahan as a Tiger some time in 2014 has not improved. The rumors surrounding the acquisitions of Joakin Soria or Joaquin Benoit are heating up.
DETROIT -- It's been a quick trip through the Tigers' minor-league system for Drew VerHagen.
VerHagen, 23, was selected in the fourth round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft in 2012 out of Vanderbilt University.
With Saturday's day-night doubleheader, the Tigers needed a spot starter and VerHagen got the nod for the early game.
VerHagen found out when he was at home during the...
The Tigers will call up as the 26th man for Saturday’s double header, right hander Drew VerHagen from AAA Toledo to make a spot start for the first game of a day/night double header against the Cleveland Indians. This information comes from Tony Paul of the Detroit News. He is already a member of the 40 man roster so no additional moves will be required to bring him up.
LAKELAND, Fla. -- Drew VerHagen is tall, talented and willing to play along with a good joke.
On Tuesday, VerHagen got the honor of starting the Tigers' annual exhibition game against Florida Southern College.
VerHagen pitched two innings, did not allow a hit and struck out two.
"He looked good," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "His stuff looked good. He's got a good curveball,...