Detroit Tigers Previews
The lefty hasn’t solved his home run issues, but overall it’s been a very promising rookie year.
The Tigers look put an exclamation point on a fine season of growth and development by finishing strong.
The Tigers look to keep taking it to the top teams in the league, but they’ll have to do it in the Trop this time.
This should be a battle of the bullpens, with short outings from both starting pitchers, but the Tigers should have an early advantage.
Matthew Boyd takes the hill looking to shake off some rust.
The right-hander has been surprisingly effective, but the Tigers will need him at his best to handle a disciplined A’s lineup.
The games are close, but the runs are sparse in Detroit.
At least this series is in Michigan!
Casey Mize gave up three home runs last night. If Skubal can just improve on that point he should have a good outing.
The two squads meet for the second time in a couple weeks.
The Red Sox are scuffling lately. Time to take advantage and pick up a series win before heading out on the road again.
Wily Peralta will look to rebound from a pair of rough outings.
The big righthander is still a work in progress, but his last two outings has been promising.
Armed with a radically improved slider, the Tigers top pitching prospect looks to settle in at the major league level.
Tarik Skubal is on the bump as the Tigers and Twins begin an eight game stretch against each other, sandwiched around the All-Star break.
Despite a thin rotation, the winning continues and could set the Tigers up for a surprising second half as their starters get healthy.
This is a winnable matchup but once again, Cleveland rolls out another overperforming young starter.
So far, so good from the third musketeer.
Much like facing the Chicago White Sox, the Astros are a good measure of how good the Tigers really are now.
The starting pitching matchup says there should be plenty of balls in play today. Defense is going to be the key.
Tarik Skubal is starting to look like the real deal.
The Tigers top pitching prospect will face a tough test tonight, but hey no Mike Trout at least.
After an offensive outburst on Monday, the Tigers look to their young starters to save the bullpen and win the series.
It’s going to be tough, but winning this series would feel great.
With Spencer Turnbull hurt, the Tigers need their young pitchers to carry the rotation for a while.
This is the one pitching matchup the Tigers win on paper.
The former top prospect is finally looking like the pitcher everyone expected him to be.