Detroit Tigers News

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.

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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.

Justin Verlander has first two career hits

The Tigers' ace snapped a career long 0-for-26 streak with the first two hits of his career in his 6-2 win over the Padres.

Tigers 6, Padres 2: Justin Verlander does it all

After being one-hit on Friday, the Tigers busted out for six runs and 11 hits against the Padres. Two were off the thundering bat of Justin Verlander, who also earned his first win of the season.

Padres 6, Tigers 0: Meet Andrew Cashner

The Tigers never had a chance against a dominant Andrew Cahsner. The Padres' ace took a no-hitter into the sixth, settling for a career high 11 strikeouts and his second career one-hitter.

Comerica Park's New Amsterdam 416 Bar

Great views, a great bar and plenty of open space.

Tigers 7, Dodgers 6: Blow a save, earn a victory

Joe Nathan blew his second save of the season, allowing three runs in the bottom of the ninth. Victor Martinez gave Nathan his second victory of the season with a tenth inning home run.

Joe Nathan admits he's dealing with a 'dead arm'

Tigers' closer Joe Nathan says he's working his way through what he termed a dead arm, adding another layer to the team's recent bullpen troubles.

Dodgers 3, Tigers 2: Coke is not the real thing

An excellent Max Scherzer start and a Tigers ninth-inning comeback went to waste when Phil Coke served up a walk-off double to the Dodgers' Carl Crawford in the 10th inning.

Tigers fans ranked 6th most loyal in baseball

According to the Sports Loyalty Index, Tigers fans are some of the most loyal in all of baseball.

Detroit Tigers pitcher accused of sexual assault

The Detroit Police Department has opened an investigation in regard to an alleged sexual assault involving Tigers' pitcher Evan Reed.

Orioles 3, Tigers 1: Tillman wins pitchers' duel

Torii Hunter continues to defy Father Time, hitting a home run for the third straight game. But it wasn't enough, as a dominant Chris Tillman out-pitched an excellent Justin Verlander. The Orioles end the Tigers' winning streak with a 3-1 victory.

Verlander dominant but Tigers offense falters

The illustrious hit parade that has been going on for the Detroit Tigers came to a halt Sunday afternoon.

Game 5 sneak peek: Tigers vs. Orioles

The Detroit Tigers go for a sweep as they face the Baltimore Orioles for the series finale.

Tigers 7, Orioles 6: 9th inning wake up call

The Tigers cruised for eight innings, taking a 7-1 lead. They then did their best to blow to it. Despite their fumbling and bumbling, the Tigers overcame their bullpen, issues at shortstop and the Orioles' five run rally to top the Orioles 7-6.

Final: Tigers 7, Orioles 6

The Detroit Tigers continue their winning streak, but just barely.

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