Detroit Tigers Previews
Meanwhile the offense faces yet another lefty in veteran Alex Wood.
The Tigers need Tarik Skubal to stop his recent slide.
The Tigers make the infrequent trip out to Arizona.
The talented left-hander looks to get back on track and stymie the Bostonians attempt at a series sweep.
It is not a fun time to be a Detroit Tiger right now.
Rony Garcia will have a tough test again in this one.
The Tigers’ fun two-week stretch was savagely halted by the dominant Yankees.
Aside from a game that costs $4.99 to watch.
Chris Archer will be on the mound for Minnesota
After taking two of the first three games against Minnesota, Detroit can secure the series with a win on Wednesday.
Rony Garcia and Joey Wentz will take the ball for the home team.
The Tigers will look to salvage one game on the road against first place Minnesota.
The Tigers’ desperate need for pitching has forced Elvin Rodriguez into the starting rotation, where he’ll get a chance to prove himself after a rough April debut.
The Tigers get their first look at their rebranded nemesis.
The Tigers can make it back-to-back series wins for the first time this season.
Beau Brieske has a particularly tough draw on Tuesday night as he takes on Shane McClanahan.
The Tigers will play nine in a row on the road, with one day off along the way.
Surely the Tigers will win at least one of these, yes?
Day two of a brutal stretch of baseball finds the Tigers in the bad place and facing one of the better teams in the game.
The rookie takes the ball for his major league debut in game two of Wednesday’s doubleheader.
The team needs to clean up their defense, but they can’t dwell on a last night’s ninth inning debacle either.
The Detroit ace looks to deliver his first impressive start with his new squad.
Michael Pineda will debut for the Tigers on Thursday.
The offense is floundering and the pitching matchups aren’t getting easier.