Game 123: Tigers (66-56) at Rays (61-63)

Fire up the Panicbus! TIGERS SP: Max Scherzer 1. Ian Kinsler (2B) 2. Torii Hunter (RF) 3. Miguel Cabrera (1B) 4. Victor Martinez (DH) 5. J.D. Martinez (LF) 6. Nick Castellanos (3B) 7. Alex Avila (C) 8. Andrew Romine (SS) 9. Rajai Davis (CF) RAYS SP: Chris Archer 1. Desmond Jennings (CF) 2. Ben Zobrist (2B) 3. Matt Joyce (LF) 4. Evan Longoria (3B) 5. James Loney (1B) 6. Yunel Escobar (SS) 7. Vince Belnome (DH) 8. Curtis Casali (C) 9. Kevin Kiermaier (RF)

Tigers Lose, Everything Sucks

Here’s the short version of the Tigers’ 8-1 loss to Seattle, consigning them to yet another series defeat and knocking them back out of a playoff spot for the time being: Didn’t hit. Chris Young has flummoxed a number of teams with his mid-80s fastball, and the Tigers were no different. The at bats were […]

Game 120: Mariners (65-55) @ Tigers (65-54)

Mariners James Paxton (L) 1. Austin Jackson (R) CF 2. Dustin Ackley (L) LF 3. Robinson Cano (L) 2B 4. Kendrys Morales (S) DH 5. Kyle Seager (L) 3B 6. Mike Zunino (R) C 7. Logan Morrison (L) 1B 8. Endy Chavez (L) RF 9. Chris Taylor (R) SS Tigers Rick Porcello (R) 1. Rajai […]

Farmer solid in debut, Tigers’ bats come alive in victory

Well, that wasn’t so bad, was it? Oh, you were holding your breath the entire top of the ninth too? Nevermind then. Starting pitcher Buck Farmer was solid in MLB debut, going 5 innings while allowing 4 runs. Yeah, his ERA sits at 7.20 right now, but the defense – not Farmer – should be […]

Game 118: Pittsburgh (64-55) @ Detroit (63-infinity)

Well, the Tigers pitched well (save for a couple of games) on the road trip but the offense decided to not participate in the games for some reason. I am guessing they just didn’t want Joe Nathan to blow another save…so they would do him a favor and never give him the opportunity. Kind and […]

Toothless Tigers Tamed Again By Pirates

The Tigers scored six runs yesterday. They could’ve used them today as the bats once again went quiet in a 4-2 loss to Pittsburgh, capping off a 2-7 road trip that somehow felt much, much worse. Detroit was largely kept quiet by Edinson Volquez. They scored three batters in against him, and could have had […]

Game 117: DOOM (63-53) at Pirates (63-55)

Here goes nothing! TIGERS SP: Robbie Ray 1. Rajai Davis (LF) 2. Ezequiel Carrera (CF) 3. Ian Kinsler (2B) 4. Miguel Cabrera (3B) 5. Victor Martinez (1B) 6. J.D. Martinez (RF) 7. Alex Avila (C) 8. Eugenio Suarez (SS) 9. Robbie Ray (P) PIRATES SP: Edinson Volquez 1. Josh Harrison (3B) 2. Gregory Polanco (RF) 3. Jordy Mercer (SS) 4. Russell Martin (C) 5. Starling Marte (CF) 6. Gaby Sanchez (1B) 7. Travis Snider (LF) 8. Jayson Nix (2B) 9. Edinson Volquez (P)

Verlander Exits With Apparent Shoulder Injury, Tigers Fall To Second Place

Verlander Exits With Apparent Shoulder Injury, Tigers Fall To Second Place

Here’s your shortest ever Walkoff Woodward recap in honor of Justin Verlander’s shortest career start! I really don’t have much to say about this game. It isn’t worthy of it. It was clear from the start that Verlander had nothing, and then we later learned why. Verlander had to come out after one inning due […]

Tigers Waste Nearly Seven Hours Of Everyone’s Life, Lose In 19

The Tigers lost 6-5 in 19 innings, having held a 5-0 lead as late as the sixth inning. We’re going to break this down a bit, because much like Saturday, this game was a microcosm of everything that the Tigers do poorly far too frequently, and nearly everyone was culpable in this series of events. […]

"Why have you forsaken me?" (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

Hey Joe, It’s Time to Look In the Mirror

Author’s Note: I wanted to wait until today’s game was over to post this, however this game almost six and a half hours long and no one wants to win. So why don’t you sit back and read this Joe Nathan rant while you suffer through this unbearable mess with the rest of us! It’s […]

Nick Castellanos gets a hug from hitting coach Darnell Coles. Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

Tigers Offense Wakes Up In the Nick of Time

It really wasn’t looking very good for the Tigers. Anibal Sánchez had to leave the game in the fifth inning with an injury—more on that later!—and the Tigers’ offense had been held down for most of the roadtrip, outside of their one win in New York (in which they scored a whopping two runs). Coming […]

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