Miguel Cabrera celebrates a Tigers victory. (Charlie Riedel/AP Photo)

Tigers Get Just Enough Offense, Pitching to Top Royals 2-1

Anibal Sánchez wasn’t his at his best, but he was still good enough as he helped the Tigers defeat the Royals, 2-1, on Friday night. Sánchez gave up at least one baserunner in every inning he pitched, and the Royals had at least one baserunner in every inning, but Sánchez and co. were able to […]

Game 89: Tigers (51-37) at Royals (47-44), 8:10 PM ET

Game two of the series tonight. No Victor Martinez again – he’s just pulled out of the All Star Game, replaced by Ian Kinsler – and it seems unlikely we’ll see Victor again before the break. TIGERS SP: Anibal Sanchez 1. Austin Jackson (CF) 2. Ian Kinsler (2B) 3. Miguel Cabrera (1B) 4. J.D. Martinez (RF) 5. Torii Hunter (DH) 6. Nick Castellanos (3B) 7. Eugenio Suarez (SS) 8. Bryan Holaday (C) […]

Royals Overwhelmed as Tigers Offense Erupts (Again)

The Tigers are getting used to this whole double digit run thing. For the second game in three, the Tigers put up crooked numbers against their opponent, coming up with 19 hits in a 16-4 win over the second place Kansas City Royals. Plenty of good here, so… THE GOOD Half of Detroit’s runs came […]

Game 88: Tigers (50-37) at Royals (47-43), 8:10 PM ET

It’s the Battle for the AL Central! At least, the Battle for the AL Central at the All Star Break. On a serious note, the Tigers could be anywhere from 0.5 up to 8.5 up (on KC, at least) at this time on Sunday. Big series. Should be fun. Here are your lineups. Spoiler alert: […]

Game 86: Dodgers (51-41) @ Tigers (49-37) 1:05 pm Eastern

The Tigers broke out offensively in a big way yesterday (and without hitting a home run). Brad Ausmus continues with the AJax back at leadoff experiment…the Tigers tallied 20 hits yesterday and Jackson was the only member of the starting lineup to not get a hit. I think it’s time to admit he is officially broken. […]

Tigers Score 14 Unanswered, Pulverize Dodgers

This looked bad. I mean, really bad, Verlander’s not gonna make it to the fifth inning and they’re going to lose by double digits bad. Then Verlander suddenly got it together and the Tigers offense could not stop hitting, and they ended up winning 14-5. It’s easiest to do this chronologically, so here goes: After […]

Seagulls were out and about tonight.

Tigers Drop Series Finale to Rays, Ace David Price

Rick Porcello struggled on the eve of All-Star roster announcements, as he surrendered seven runs on eleven hits in just 5.2 IP of work against a previously offensively-challenged Rays squad, while the Tigers’ offense couldn’t get the big hit against David Price. The Tigers had good swings all night, but their batted balls either went […]

Game 85: Rays (40-50) @ Tigers (48-36)

The Tigers send Rick Porcello (11-4, 3.12 ERA) to the mound in the hopes of rebounding from a disappointing 7-2 loss on Saturday. The Tigers, who were fortunate enough to miss Clayton Kerdshaw in the upcoming series against the Dodgers, will be tasked with beating the Rays’ ace, David Price (7-7, 3.50 ERA). Price is […]

Porcello Dazzles In His Own Porcello-y Way, Tigers Shut Out A’s

Please note that my headline is not meant to demean Rick Porcello’s performance tonight. But if any Tigers pitcher was going to throw a complete game shutout on 95 pitches with no walks and no strikeouts, it was always going to be FredFred, wasn’t it? Anyway, the Tigers clinched a series win over Oakland with […]

Rajai gers a shaving cream pie. (@jdmartinez20)

Rajai Davis Delivers a Super Slam, Tigers Walk Off on A’s Again

Arguably the best closer currently in the game was coming in to lock down a 4-1 Oakland lead. The bottom of the Tigers’ order was due up. Sean Doolittle had allowed only one run in 27.1 IP since taking over the closer’s role for Oakland. He was boasting a stingy 2.08 ERA (to go along […]

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