Detroit Tigers News

Victor Martinez has a rare focus at the plate

Victor Martinez's 2014 season has been red hot and shows no signs of letting up. Wednesday night's game was the latest example.

White Sox 6, Tigers 4: Bullpen implosion

The Detroit Tigers continued to hit, Victor Martinez reached a milestone and Miguel Cabrera is hitting. But the bullpen pulled out the stitching and unraveled what should have been another win.

Tigers 8, White Sox 3: Miguel Cabrera is alive

Justin Verlander allowed two runs in seven innings, Miguel Cabrera had three hits and three RBIs, as the stars led the Tigers to an 8-6 win. The bullpen backslid badly, allowing four runs, five hits and two walks in two innings.

Final: Tigers 8, White Sox 6

The Detroit Tigers heated up, Justin Verlander was superb and Miguel Cabrera reminded everyone why he is the best hitter on the planet.

Torii Hunter believes he can play 2-3 more years

At 38-years of age, Torii Hunter thinks he still has a few big league seasons left in him. The question is, will he want to or not?

White Sox 3, Tigers 1: 0-for-10

The Tigers were unable to get untracked against John Danks and the Chicago bullpen, going 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position. Anibal Sanchez was great for six innings. But he pitched into the seventh, where he allowed all three White Sox runs.

Final: White Sox 3, Tigers 1

Anibal Sanchez pitched a gem through six, but ultimately surrendered the lead as the Tigers struggled to capitalize on scoring opportunities.

Tigers call up J.D. Martinez, Luke Putkonen to DL

Just who exactly is J.D. Martinez?

Tigers 2, Angels 1: Porcello gets a little payback

On the anniversary of the worst start of his career, Rick Porcello pitched the Tigers to a 2-1 win. The Angels' inability to play defense, giving the Tigers a pair of gift runs, was the difference in the game.

Final: Tigers 2, Angels 1

The Detroit Tigers clipped the Los Angeles Angels wings in the series finale and picked up their second consecutive win.


Tigers release Alex Gonzalez outright

The experiment that was Alex Gonzalez did not last the month of April.

Ian Kinsler, bateador profesional

Ian Kinsler is living proof that the Detroit Tigers won the trade.

Tigers 5, Angels 2: The streak is over!

Powered by the bats of Nick Castellanos and Victor Martinez and riding seven strong innings from Max Scherzer, the Tigers beat the Angels for the first time since August 2012. The Tigers' losing streak to the Halos ends at ten games.

Final: Tigers 5, Angels 2

Max Scherzer was dominant and the offense was brilliant as the Detroit Tigers finally ended a nearly two-year long drought against the Los Angeles Angels.

Drew Smyly's starting debut not cause for panic

Detroit Tigers left-handed starting pitcher Drew Smyly had a rough first outing, but all is not lost.

Angels 11, Tigers 6: Smyly is no longer smiling

Drew Smyly's return to Detroit's rotation was a rocky one, lasting only three innings. The Angels' dominance over the Tigers carried over from 2013, taking an 11-1 lead and coasting to an 11-6 victory.

Final: Angels 11, Tigers 6

Despite a five-run seventh inning the Detroit Tigers could not overcome the mistakes made by Drew Smyly and Luke Putkonen.

Tigers call up relief pitcher Justin Miller

The Tigers look to Triple-A Toledo for bullpen help, calling up Mud Hens right-hander Justin Miller. Tyler Collins is expected to be sent down on Friday in order to make room on the roster.

Tigers 7, Indians 5: Outhit, but not outscored

Ian Kinsler's big game at the plate was capped off by a three-run home run in the fifth, pushing the Tigers to a come-from-behind win.

Evan Reed questioned by Detroit Police

The Tigers reliever was questioned by Detroit Police as the investigation into the sexual assault allegations levied against him continue.

Ausmus, Hunter and the decision to bunt in the 8th

Tigers manager Brad Ausmus made a rare miscue Wednesday night and asked Torii Hunter to bunt. That decision may have cost them the game.

Indians 3, Tigers 2: Failure to execute

The Indians withstood a late Tigers comeback with the help of questionable strategy by Brad Ausmus, making three early runs off Anibal Sanchez hold up for the win.

Final: Indians 3, Tigers 2

The Tigers made a late inning rally in the eighth inning but could not erase early game pitching errors by Anibal Sanchez.

You can't handle the Tigers!

The Tigers went on the road boasting a 4-1 record and return home for 10 games after surviving a week of interleague play to maintain a positive 6-4 record.

Nick Castellanos is as good as gold

The missteps of Nick Castellanos are more rare than common, and not something to be concerned about.

Padres 5, Tigers 1: A 'blah' kind of day

Padres' starter Tyson Ross shut down an uninspired Tigers' offense, while an inefficient Max Scherzer lasts only five innings in taking his first loss of the season.

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