Detroit Tigers Recaps
Bryan Garcia had the best outing of his career Monday night and lead the Tigers to an 11th win in 13 games.
Drew Hutchison and the bullpen were solid, while the Tigers took advantage of the Twins’ mistakes.
Well, it was fun while it lasted. The Tigers are bad again.
Doesn’t mean much now, but the Tigers have won six straight over AL Central opponents.
Detroit couldn’t manage much at the plate against Zack Greinke, but the Tigers came back against the bullpen.
The Tigers completed the sweep of the White Sox to end their hopes of winning the division.
Drew Hutchison was his usual decent self, but the top half of the lineup really got it done once again.
The kids came up big all night in a pretty solid win for the Tigers.
Kerry Carpenter ruins the Maddux attempt for Jordan Lyles.
Miggy got things going for Detroit early and the kids took it from there.
The Astros offense was just too much for Drew Hutchison to handle.
Despite plenty of hard contact, the Kitties were thrown out trying to score twice, and lined the ball into Astros’ gloves all game long.
Matt Manning fought through a rainy outing, while the bats remained red hot.
The rookies launched back-to-back jacks to vault the Tigers to victory on Wednesday.
The Tigers rallied back but costly fielding errors handed the win to the Angels in extra innings.
The lefty got no help from his teammates in another pretty unwatchable performance all around.
Matt Manning wasn’t at his best, but it was the bullpen and repeated failures at the plate that blew it in the end.
Other than Ryan Kreidler’s first two major league hits, this was another ugly watch.
Matt Manning struggled with his offspeed pitches and the Tigers’ bats struggled to score runs.
Alex Lange and Gregory Soto were terrible, otherwise this was an absolute romp from the Tigers’ offense.
Eduardo Rodriguez was solid with some defensive help, and the Tiger bats ate Dallas Keuchel’s lunch.
Detroit couldn’t come back after an ugly outing from Tyler Alexander put the team in an early hole.
The young hurler dazzled and was rewarded for his efforts.
Drew Hutchison and the bullpen were effective again, but against Carlos Rodón, the offense was pretty helpless.
Andrew Chafin struck out the first three batters in the eighth, but the Tigers still gave up four runs in the frame.