Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers take on Matt Moore and the Tampa Bay Rays in today’s clash in Port Charlotte. Sanchez pitched well in his spring debut against the Toronto Blue Jays, but Shawn Hill, Ryan Robowski, and Melvin Mercedes combined to give up ten runs in three innings pitched and the Tigers ended up […]
The Tigers and Braves clash yet again in this Grapefruit League matchup. Both teams trail the division leading Baltimore Orioles with roughly 30 games left to go. Rick Porcello will make his second start of the spring, as will Tim Hudson. Lineups after the jump
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Disclosure on two things – one, I didn’t even know the Tigers were playing Houston today until about five minutes ago. Two, records aren’t included because I have absolutely no idea what Houston’s is and it doesn’t matter one bit anyway. I apologize if this distresses you. Anyway, road game today, so it’s mostly the […]
The Tigers look to take the rematch against the Philadelphia Phillies, whom they tied 5-5 yesterday. Drew Smyly will be getting the start for the Tigers, his first of the spring, while the Phillies will be sending fellow Arkansan Cliff Lee to the mound. Lineups after the jump!
In my first published post back in 2011 I talked about expectations and perception…it seems only fitting that I do the same in my return to writing about the Tigers… I’m scared. Well, perhaps nervous or apprehensive is a better way to describe it. The Tigers are really good, REALLY good, REALLY REALLY good…on paper. We have seen this before though, […]
I told the staff last night we wouldn’t necessarily be posting lineups for every single bloody spring training game, but since the good creator has gifted a Justin Verlander vs. Doc Halladay matchup on this here day of rest, I feel I this will be a game of considerable and noted significance, if only for […]
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Welcome to the Walkoff Woodward Spring Training Preview Series, where we’ll be previewing the Tigers roster position by position. Today, we’ll be looking at the rotation — a very deep, very prolific group of arms that look to propel Detroit to a 3rd straight Central Division crown.
The Tigers will be running out their likely Opening Day lineup today against the Toronto Blue Jays in their Grapefruit League home opener. Alex Avila and Austin Jackson, who got yesterday off, will be at catcher and center, respectively. Rookie Bruce Rondon is also scheduled to make his spring debut in the fifth inning! Lineups after […]
For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; the flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land. — Ernie Harwell Song of Solomon 2:12 It’s back! Baseball’s back! The long winter is finally over! […]