Detroit Tigers Recaps
This was another hard fought game and the Tigers did well to win it, but they lost Derek Hill in the process.
The Tiger bullpen was quite good until it really, really wasn’t.
A sloppy game overall, and a relentless series of tough bullpen arms, kept the Tigers in check all night.
Matt Manning and the bullpen were excellent and the offense capitalized on hard earned opportunities.
Both Peraltas together combined for twelve scoreless innings, six apiece, and the game went to extras with nary a run scored.
It took 11 innings, but a bases loaded walk by Grossman carried the Tigers to a series victory.
A pair of big home runs late in this one powered the Tigers over the American League’s best.
Matt Manning and the bullpen had the Pirates offense in check all game.
Both teams left a ton of runners on base but it was the Tigers who end up on the wrong side of the fail ledger.
A rare blowup for Kyle Funkhouser helped Pittsburgh come back to win on Labor Day.
There were dingerz like fireflies, all over the sky...
A makeup game on a Monday afternoon saw the Tigers’ lumber continue to slumber. But at least they made it interesting in the ninth.
Neither offense got much going, but the Jays won the extra innings battle to even the series.
Matt Manning and the Tigers’ bullpen were excellent.
Miggy did the thing, and somehow the Tigers won this game. High fives all around.
The Tigers did it to the Jays on Friday, but today the shoe was on the other foot.
The Tigers strung together a bunch of hits in the tenth in a nice come-from-behind victory.
This was the ugliest loss of the season to date as the Angels sweep the Tigers at home.
Miguel Cabrera might be the draw at Comerica, but Shohei Ohtani brought the star power tonight.
Tigers fans hoped that Miguel Cabrera would make history this afternoon, but Cleveland pitcher Triston McKenzie nearly made history of his own.
A late rally carried Detroit over their Central division foes to reclaim a share of second place.
Zack Plesac was good, while the Tigers pitching was not.
Tarik pitched six scoreless and Mggy hit the last home run he’ll ever have that starts with a "4". It was a good night.
Casey Mize wasn’t very good, but the Tigers bullpen was nails once again.
Both teams also turned in a sloppy defensive effort. So, let’s just file this one away and forget about it.
Matt Manning was all over the place, and the Tigers offense hit like they usually do against Cleveland pitching, which is to say not much.