If September’s benches-clearing incident was any indication, this rivalry could explode in 2022.
Unfortunately for Kansas City, the road to fourth place in the AL Central is paved with good intentions.
Tigers fans hoped that Miguel Cabrera would make history this afternoon, but Cleveland pitcher Triston McKenzie nearly made history of his own.
Welp, at least they didn’t get no-hit. It certainly seemed like a good possibility for a while.
This was one of the sloppiest defensive performances in recent memory on both sides.
The Tigers dropped the first of their west coast tangle against the A’s and hope to preserve a chance at a series win.
Wow. That game sure wasn’t stressful at all. I sure am glad we have a lockdown bullpen, just like the good ol’ days.
Julio Teheran and the Tigers defeated Plesac and the Cleveland Baseball Team 5-2 on Saturday.
But can the Tigers offense get to a top-shelf pitcher in Kenta Maeda?