The Tigers are 2 games back of first place and one win away from getting back to .500. Tonight, they get their chance to even out their record against old nemesis Jake Westbrook. Lineups after the jump.
When the Tigers lost Game 5 of the 2006 World Series, I sobbed on the shoulder of a security guard at the Detroit airport where I watched the final outs of the Tigers’ unforgettable season because I was flying in for a potential Game 6. (Yeah, I know; that’s not wholly relevant.) In that game, rookie Justin […]
With the trade deadline just over a month away, fans and front offices alike have turned to full-fledged trade talk. The Tigers have a few glaring needs – and we’ll be looking at corner outfielders and starting pitching, but first, the biggest need of all – second base. First thing we have to do is […]
Just another Verlander Day. Tuesday’s game against the nettlesome St. Louis Cardinals will be on MLB Network for those who are out of market. Lineups. After the jump.
Do you know what’s more ridiculous than Quintin Berry’s 5-for-5 day on Sunday? People who think the moon landing was faked are more ridiculous. People who insure themselves in case they are abducted by aliens are more ridiculous. But that’s about it. What Quintin Berry did with his spot start on Sunday afternoon was completely […]
I’m perfectly happy with this pattern of “lose the first game of the series then win the next two.” For one more day, at least. Lineups after the jump.
Baseball is a funny game. The Tigers left sixteen men on base, but still managed to do enough and come away with a 4-1 win. Doug Fister returned from his latest D.L. stint and pitched six strong innings; he allowed only three hits, no runs, one walk and six strikeouts. Fister also managed to nab […]