Ryan Callery

A Comedy of Errors: Tigers Win 2-1

Angels starting pitcher Hector Santiago headed to the clubhouse for a wing repair after 5 2/3 innings today, due more to the egregious fielding sins of his teammates in the 1st and 6th innings than to any fatal flaws in his pitching performance. That said, his biggest wound was at least partially self-inflicted, as Hector […]

Game 15: Angels (8-9) @ Tigers (8-6)

Happy Easter, Tigers fans (if you’re into that sort of thing)! Glad you landed here in your hunt for today’s lineups. What say we hop right into it? SP: Hector Santiago 1. J.B. Shuck (LF) 2. Mike Trout (CF) 3. Albert Pujols (1B) 4. Ian Stewart (3B) 5. Howie Kendrick (2B) 6. David Freese (DH) 7. Hank Conger (C) 8. Brennan Boesch (RF) 9. Erick Aybar (SS) SP: Rick Porcello 1. Rajai Davis (R) LF 2. Ian Kinsler (R) […]

Homesick: Tigers Lose 3 of 5 in Cali + San Diego Rubber Match, 5-1

I think everyone is ready for a nice, long home stand. With 10 straight games in Comerica on the docket, hopefully the weather in the D will improve and make us quickly forget about this often frustrating California road trip, where the bullpen faltered a few times and the bats went flat more often than […]

Game 10: Tigers (6-3) @ Padres (4-7), 4:10 PM ET

Bleary eyed Detroit fans are looking forward to a west coast game that should end well before the witching hour, as Max Scherzer and his 1.20 ERA look to deliver a series win over the Padres, with the Tigers offense hopefully treating the 2013 AL Cy Young kinder than it has thus far. The bats […]

Dodgers Find Tigers Soft Spots, Win 3-2 in 10

The good news is it’s only the 9th of April. You can still procrastinate on your tax returns for a few more days and Brad Ausmus is an intelligent human who, despite the fact that he’d probably still look handsome cloaked in failure, will not likely allow Phil Coke to drape him in late inning […]

Game 6: Tigers (4-1) @ Dodgers (5-3), 10:10 PM, ET

Mahatma Gandhi said, “I would heartily welcome the union of East and West provided it is not based on brute force.” Right about now, most of you are wondering if you clicked the wrong link or if I’ve been partaking in some of the more liberal uses of free time out here in Santa Monica, where […]

Game 5: Tigers vs. Orioles

Apologies for the quick & late lineups – wheels up in, well, way too soon. We’ve got a few wrinkles today including Romine starting at SS again and Tyler Collins getting the nod in left against RHP Chris Tillman. Enjoy the game, folks! Orioles Chris Tillman (R) 1. David Lough (L) LF 2. Nick Markakis […]

Game 2: Kansas City Royals (0-1) @ Detroit Tigers (1-0)

After an exciting ride on Opening Day, the absence of Tigers baseball on Tuesday was like hopping off the Blue Streak at Cedar Point to find that your only other option is the Teacups. At least the Yankees cup was chipped? The Tigers will take the field again today. All is right with the world. […]

30 Tigers in 30 Days: #9 – Rajai Davis

Rajai Davis | Outfielder | #20 Age: 33 2014 salary: $5 million 2013 statistics: .260, .312, .375, 6 HR, 16 2B, 2 3B, 45 SB, 21 BB, 67 SO Projected role: Platoon Left Fielder Before I get started, please ignore those 2013 stats until you get to the third paragraph of the below preview. K, […]

"We need never be ashamed of two earned runs." - Dickens as interpreted by Dickerson

A Tale of Two Ribbies: Tigers Lose 2-1, Scherzer’s Loses 2nd

It was the best of outings, it was the worst of outings. It was the at-bat of wisdom, it was the at-bat of foolishness. Okay, I think you get the point. Through four, Max Scherzer’s season of Light was on a roll. (I promise, the literary references are almost behind us. Here’s a link if […]

Game 139: Miggy’s Back, Max Goes for 20

Tigers (M. Scherzer – R) 1. Austin Jackson (R) CF 2. Torii Hunter (R) RF 3. Miguel Cabrera (R) 3B 4. Prince Fielder (L) 1B 5. Victor Martinez (S) DH 6. Omar Infante (R) 2B 7. Matt Tuiasosopo (R) LF 8. Brayan Pena (S) C 9. Jose Iglesias (R) SS   Red Sox (J. Lester – L) 1. Shane Victorino (S) CF 2. Daniel Nava (S) RF 3. Dustin […]

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