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Tigers, Athletics reignite rivalry with big-name upgrades

Among the many transactions that occurred in the final hours leading up to Thursday’s non-waiver trade deadline, none were more significant than the Detroit Tigers’ surprising acquisition of David Price and the addition of Jon Lester to Oakland Athletics’ starting rotation. But after battling to the fifth and final game in each of the past two American League Division Series...
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Tigers notes: Finger contusion sidelines Castellanos

DETROIT -- Good thing Miguel Cabrera got some work in at third base when the Tigers were in Arizona. Third baseman Nick Castellanos was a late lineup scratch with a right index finger contusion, so Cabrera was moved over to third. The Tigers said Castellanos was hit with a grounder during batting practice. Victor Martinez, originally the designated hitter, was moved to first base...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera messing with Mike Trout

Miguel Cabrera, 2-time MVP, was messing around with Mike Trout during Thursday night’s game when Trout reached first base. Cabrera was trying to block Trout’s view as Trout was trying to peer over at his third-base coach for the sign (hint on the sign: GREEN LIGHT): Two of the game’s best can still have fun. — MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) July 25, 2014   They...
Via Detroit4lyfe
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miguel Cabrera Tried To Distract Mike Trout By Waving In His Face

The two best hitters in baseball, Mike Trout and Miguel Cabrera, paired off last night in Los Angeles as the Detroit Tigers played the Angels on Thursday night. Trout, after a single in the 4th inning, was standing on first-base with Cabrera, who went with the tactic of-hand-in-face for blocking someone’s sight. Would love to see these two […] The post Miguel Cabrera Tried...
Via Diehardsport
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Trout is Not Amused by Miguel Cabrera’s Feeble Attempt to Cover His Eyes

The MLB can essentially call off their nationwide sweep for a new commissioner, as Angels phenom Mike Trout is quickly establishing himself as the league’s new boss. After reaching base in Thursday’s nights game against the Tigers, Trout found himself ignoring Miguel Cabrera’ feeble attempts to block his eyes from Angels third base coach Gary DiSarcina. He does not appear to...
Via Next Impulse Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Scioscia sees similarities between Trout, Cabrera

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Batting third for the Detroit Tigers: First baseman, No. 24, Miguel Cabrera. Angels fans can get used to hearing that over the course of the next four days. One of the games' most feared hitters, Cabrera and the Tigers are in town for a four-game series with the Angels. As Angles skipper Mike Scioscia looks over the Tigers lineup, he sees a guy in Cabrera who...
Via Fox Sports West
7 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Miguel Cabrera Breaks Homer Drought With Three-Run Shot Off the Foul Pole

For the first time this month (not counting his All-Star Game shot off Adam Wainwright), Miguel Cabrera left the yard, breaking a 17-game home run drought. Cabrera’s big fly came in the eighth inning of Detroit’s 11-5 win over Arizona on Wednesday, providing the Tigers with a critical three runs to help snuff out a Diamondbacks rally. The home run was a laser down the line and...
Via The Detroit Sports Site
8 days ago  |  Discuss

First things first: Goldy, Cabrera the best

PHOENIX -- The first base showcase continued this week at Chase Field. After the best first basemen in the National League were in town over the weekend, the best in the game are here now. Detroit's Miguel Cabrera and Paul Goldschmidt can lay claim, even if Cabrera has been forced to the other infield corner this series because the DH is forbidden in interleague games at a National...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
9 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Miguel Cabrera’s 2-run homer puts the AL All-Stars on top

Your browser does not support iframes. Reports this week were saying that Miguel Cabrera was still feeling the effects of an injury that plagued him a good portion of last season. If that’s the case, Adam Wainwright couldn’t take advantage. During the first inning of tonight’s All-Star Game from Minneapolis the Tigers first baseman hit a 2-run shot to left that got out in a...
Via The Majors Detroit
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers rumors: Ben Zobrist edition

Don’t look now, but the Detroit Tigers are in second place. For a team with World Series hopes, second place in the lately-pitiful AL Central simply won’t cut it. Owner Mike Ilitch has opened up his wallet in recent years, and GM Dave Dombrowski is certainly always looking to wheel and deal. His track record thus far has been sterling: he’s lured players like Miguel Cabrera...
June 20, 2014  |  1 Comment
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