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Boston Red Sox vs Detroit Tigers Pregame Notes 07-26-16

Tonight, the Red Sox (55-42) and knuckleballer, Steven Wright, are set for a Fenway faceoff as the Detroit Tigers (52-48) attempt to win the series by pulling out a win in game two with the help of starting arm, Mike Pelfrey. 
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13 hours ago

Game 101 Preview: Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox

Mike Pelfrey enters the lion's den of Fenway Park in search of his fourth win on the season. The Detroit Tigers offense will take on their second knuckleballer of the season on Tuesday night, as they go to work against right-hander Steven Wright. This is not a matchup that favors the Tigers. Their previous encounter with the knuckleball did not go well, and Wright is having an outstanding...
Via Bless You Boys
17 hours ago

Pelfrey out to contain potent Red Sox bats

Just call Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright Mr. Reliable. He's won each of his four starts in July and leads the American League with a 2.67 ERA. Wright will go for his 13th win Tuesday against the Tigers at Fenway Park, opposing veteran righty Mike Pelfrey.
Via Tigers.com
1 day ago

Tigers 2, White Sox 1 (F/7): Home runs, weather help Mike Pelfrey clinch his 3rd win

Tonight’s MVP = Mother Nature Well, that was anticlimactic. After a rain delay spanning nearly three hours, the Detroit Tigers were awarded (?) a 2-1 victory in 6 1/2 innings over the Chicago White Sox. Mike Pelfrey recorded his third win of the season, and second in three starts over the White Sox. The Tigers threatened to score a couple times in the early innings, but as has...
Via Bless You Boys
5 days ago

Tough night for Pelfrey, Tigers

DETROIT (AP) -- Salvador Perez singled, doubled, scored a run and drew two of Kansas City's seven walks as the Royals eased to an 8-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night. Kansas City scored four runs in the first inning off Mike Pelfrey, who didn't make it out of the second. Every hitter in the Royals' lineup scored exactly once except right fielder Paulo Orlando. Danny...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers trade rumors: Rich Hill edition

There is no doubt the Tigers need starting pitching at the trade deadline, but there just isn’t a lot of options. Drew Pomeranz was just dealt to the Boston Red Sox and that was a guy the Tigers could have went after, so now the Tigers are left with few options. Anibal Sanchez and Mike Pelfrey just haven’t lived up to expectations this season and they have really hurt the Tigers’...
Via isportsweb.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Pelfrey takes the mound against the Marlins

DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers will be facing a much better and more confident Miami Marlins team Tuesday than the one they beat twice to open the 2016 season. And while Miami is on an uptick, Detroit is just ticked after getting swept for the third time this season by the Cleveland Indians this past weekend. The Tigers have stiffened their bullpen in the last week but their rotation...
Via Associated Press
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Twins' Pelfrey undergoes successful surgery

Twins pitcher Mike Pelfrey underwent successful surgery Tuesday to decompress the ulnar nerve in his right elbow, the team announced. Pelfrey, who experienced discomfort in his elbow while on a rehab assignment for a groin injury, met with noted sports orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla. After meeting with Dr. Andrews, it was determined that Pelfrey had ulnar...
Via Fox Sports North
June 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Twins pull off great prank on Wichita State alum Mike Pelfrey

Minnesota Twins pitcher Mike Pelfrey is a proud Wichita State alum, and before their brief run in the NCAA Tournament last week, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire called Pelfrey into his office under the guise of “calling the team to pump them up”. The only problem was that Pelfrey wasn’t talking to the Shockers – he was talking to his teammates in the Twins clubhouse. Here...
Via The Outside Corner
March 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Twins' Pelfrey plans to take game to another level in 2014

MINNEAPOLIS -- In his first season with the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Mike Pelfrey was given a corner locker in the clubhouse, a spot typically reserved for a veteran. While Pelfrey was indeed entering his eighth season last year, he was still a newcomer in Minnesota. Yet it didn't take long for the Twins' younger players to gravitate toward Pelfrey, who served as a mentor and...
Via Fox Sports North
February 04, 2014  |  Discuss
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