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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Video: Ian Kinsler’s 3-Run Homer Sparks Detroit Tigers’ Win Over Cleveland

So far, the Ian Kinsler-for-Prince Fielder trade has been a decisive victory for the Detroit Tigers. With Fielder struggling out of the gate in Texas, Kinsler remains one of the hottest bats in Detroit’s lineup. His latest key moment came Thursday afternoon, with the Tigers trailing the Indians by two. After Cleveland starter Danny Salazar walked Alex Avila and Alex Gonzalez to...
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Ian Kinsler, Tigers edge Indians in sloppy afternoon game at Comerica Park

WHAT HAPPENED: Ian Kinsler hit a three-run home run in the Tigers' four-run fourth inning and finished with four RBIs as the Tigers edged the Indians in a sloppy, error-filled game to split their abridged two-game series. The two teams combined for five errors and several pitching changes and made every routine play seem uncertain. Tigers starter Justin Verlander (2-1) threw...
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Kinsler shines in Tigers' victory over Indians

DETROIT (AP) -- Ian Kinsler homered and drove in four runs, and the Detroit Tigers held on for a 7-5 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Thursday. Justin Verlander (2-1) allowed three unearned runs in five innings, and the Tigers trailed 3-1 before Kinsler's three-run homer in the fifth off Danny Salazar (0-2). Detroit never gave up the lead after scoring four runs in the fifth...
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Evan Reed questioned by Detroit Police over alleged sexual assault

Tigers relief pitcher Evan Reed was questioned by Detroit Police this week stemming from sexual assault allegations late last month. Detroit Police Sgt. Michael Woody confirmed to Mlive.com that the department did indeed talk to Reed but wouldn’t elaborate on how long the meeting was only that the investigation is ongoing, no one is being held in custody and that no charges have...
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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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Timely hitting and pitching help Indians edge Tigers

DETROIT -- In the dugout before Wednesday's game, Terry Francona said that if the Indians want to have any chance at winning the AL Central this season, beating the Tigers more than four times would be essential. They got off to a good start. In the first of 19 scheduled meetings against the Tigers this season, the Tribe got some timely pitching and hitting for a 3-2 victory...
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Detroit Tigers Fans “Love The D”

Tonight during the Detroit Tigers game, the TV cameras panned into the stands to show a group of young women who had some pretty cool signs to show to the camera… pic.twitter.com/jWA76QEy1Q — Matt Sussman (@suss2hyphens) April 17, 2014   The post Detroit Tigers Fans “Love The D” appeared first on Total Sports Blog.
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Schedule, rainouts delay Smyly's first start

DETROIT -- Drew Smyly will be a starting pitcher again someday, but it hasn't happened yet this season. Brad Ausmus promises that Smyly will eventually get to pitch in the rotation spot that he earned with a strong season in the bullpen last year. He was originally scheduled to start Wednesday, but Tuesday's postponement has moved that back once again. "It has been hard...
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Minor league team holding Seinfeld night with Keith Hernandez bobblehead

One of the greatest collisions of baseball and pop culture occurred when Keith Hernandez appeared on Seinfeld in 1992. The former Mets first baseman was a guest-star on a one-hour episode titled “The Boyfriend,” in which Jerry meets Hernandez and the two strike up a friendship (fueled by Seinfeld’s man-crush). To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Seinfeld‘s TV debut, the...
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These Strange Miguel Cabrera Exercising .GIFs Will Get You Through Any Difficult Work Day

If you are ever in need of a little pick me up, look no further than Miguel Cabrera and his very odd Baseball Is Better campaign for MLB 14 The Show. When the powers that be deliver Miguel Cabrera doing weird exercises, it is only right that we would be able to .GIF it for your viewing pleasure. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Tigers Great: Nathan’s “Dead Arm” is an Excuse

When Joe Nathan signed a two-year, $20 million to close games for the Detroit Tigers, the team was pretty sure they had found their closer. Unfortunately, the 39-year-old hasn’t lived up to expectations and earlier this week went public with what he thinks the problem is.  Dead arm. Joe Nathan says he has a ‘dead arm” going on right now, and that he’s still “fine-tuning...
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Detroit Tigers: should Drew Smyly stay in the pen?

First off, it is not panic time for the Detroit Tigers. They are 5-2 atop the AL Central and have three winnable games against the Padres this weekend. The pretty record however, does mask some cause for concern. And to absolutely nobody’s surprise, chief among them is the bullpen. What has been a shocker is closer Joe Nathan’s horrible start to the season. He is 1 for 3 in save...
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7 days ago  |  2 Comments

Report: Tigers pitcher being investigated for sexual assault

According to the Detroit News, the police are investigating a sexual assault claim against Tigers relief pitcher Evan Reed. The incident between Reed and a female allegedly took place on March 30 at the MotorCity Casino, just one day before the Tigers hosted Opening Day against the Kansas City Royals. Both Reed’s attorney David Gorcyca […]
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers: Phil Coke’s gotta go

For the Detroit Tigers, in a year of roster transition, it is paramount to have players on the roster that are of a ‘winning’ caliber. This sounds so obvious, yet somehow Phil Coke has masterfully eluded being cut from the Tigers for years. It’s actually somewhat hard to believe that this is Coke’s 5th season with the team. And in those five years he has had exactly one significant...
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