Why do the Detroit Tigers have two different “D’s”

I think we can all agree that the Detroit Tigers boast some of the best looking home uniforms in all of major league baseball. The simple, two-tone appearance of dark blue and white creates a clean, pure look that we’d like to think is closely related to our nation’s pastime. But of course, what puts the overall look over the top is that stunning Old English D. The Old English...
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Salazar set for duel with Verlander

DETROIT -- In his last outing, Danny Salazar struck out 10 but became the only pitcher in baseball's modern era to do it in a start lasting less than four innings. Salazar is hoping to go deeper this afternoon as the Tribe and Tigers finish up a two-game series at Comerica Park. The right-hander is coming into the game on an extra day of rest after Tuesday's game was postponed...
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Verlander takes the mound for Tigers in series finale

After an inconsistent season while pitching under the pressure of a sizable new contract, Justin Verlander has gotten off to a solid start in 2014. No matter how well he pitches, though, the Detroit Tigers are going to need to start putting more runs on the board. Verlander takes the mound as Detroit looks to break out of its slump Thursday against the visiting Cleveland Indians...
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Verlander and Tigers top Padres 6-2

Sometime soon, a baseball will be getting a prominent spot among the trophies on Justin Verlander's mantle. It's the ball he hit up the middle for a single in the second inning Saturday night, the one that will forever shut up his teammates. Verlander had the first two hits of his career and recovered from throwing 31 pitches in the first inning to pitch seven strong innings...
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Justin Verlander breaks nine-year hitless drought

Justin Verlander's nightmare is over. Almost nine years after his first major-league game, Verlander finally got his first hit Saturday night in San Diego, lining a second-inning single up the middle off Ian Kennedy. Verlander was 0-for-26 before the single, and only 10 players in major-league history had more at-bats without a hit. As with most other things, Verlander is proud...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
8 days ago  |  Discuss

How the Detroit Tigers will make the playoffs

The Detroit Tigers are the clear favorites to win the American League Central division and are even the favorites to represent the American League in the World Series in 2014. There will be plenty of factors that contribute to their success, but the main factors that will lead to another postseason berth include the following. 1. The Starting Rotation The Tigers starting rotation...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Who would have thought Justin Verlander would give the Detroit Tigers their 1st loss of the season?

The Detroit Tigers were beaten by the Baltimore Orioles and it was with the mighty, Justin Verlander on the mound. Who would have thought the Tigers first loss of the 2014 season would have came with Verlander starting the game. He pitched well as always. He pitched 8 innings, only giving up 5 hits and 2 runs. The Tigers offense was held in check by a solid outing by the Orioles...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Why you shouldn’t worry about the Detroit Tigers

The 2014 Major League Baseball season is nearly upon us. If you’re not excited for that, then you’re in the wrong place. The Detroit Tigers, fresh off an early departure in the 2013 American League Championship series have World Series aspirations once again. It will be a much different Detroit squad — by way trades, free agent signees, and (sigh) injuries — but that’s...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

Verlander, Kate Upton take in Arnold Palmer Invitational

And here we go again with Justin Verlander and Kate Upton being very public with this elite relationship. The two took in the…
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Justin Verlander rolled into spring training in orange Lamborghini

Let’s cut to the chase, okay? It’s good being Justin Verlander. Pretty multi-million-dollar-making, supermodel-dating and superstar-status-attaining good. According to a CBS Detroit report, the Detroit Tigers ace rolled into the team’s spring training complex in Lakeland, Fla., cruising in this exotic sports car. Yep, it’s a Lamborghini. A bright orange one. An orange so...
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February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

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