Detroit Tigers Recaps
It has to feel nice when your catcher gives you the lead with a 2-run bomb
Rony Garcia put together another solid start, and the bullpen was strong.
Trevor Story’s three-run home run was the deciding blow in the second game of the series in Boston.
Another all-around effort from the Tigers carried them to a series split with Texas on Juneteenth and Father’s Day.
The debut of the Tigers’ top prospect kickstarted a cathartic offensive explosion from the offense.
The rookie right-hander spun a strong seven innings, and the offense? Well they scored a run, but it wasn’t enough to prevent a blown save and a fifth straight loss.
Soft ground balls and strikeouts were the order of the day.
Things got ugly in a hurry and then the rain came. Props to those who stayed at Comerica.
Rony Garcia and Miguel Cabrera were good. The rest of the team less so...
Beau Brieske put together his most impressive outing of the year, but another Yankees’ ace dominated a feeble Tigers’ lineup
The Tigers were blown out in game one but evened the score. However, they lost yet another pitcher as Joey Wentz went down with a shoulder injury.
Beau Brieske had his struggles, but big games from Jonathan Schoop, Spencer Torkelson, and Derek Hill powered the Tigers to victory.
Another tough day at the plate, but the Tigers were buoyed by a pair of home runs and good efforts from the bullpen and defense.
Alex Faedo produced his first quality start for the Tigers, but no run support is hard to win with.
Skubal pitched fast and furious, offense scores early, then late.
The Tigers clawed their way out of an early hole, but missed their chances to put the game away.
A strong effort on offense and defense overcame some baserunning blunders as the Tigers put together a rare solid game at Progressive Field.
Another pitching injury, another miserable offensive performance, but hey at least Spencer Torkelson raked today.
Detroit couldn’t muster much offense against a talented young left-hander.
The Tigers earned their first sweep of the new season behind another excellent start by burgeoning ace, Tarik Skubal
The Tigers overcame some defensive mistakes with good pitching and two, yes count them, two home runs.
The Tigers had to wait until the eighth inning to find out who today’s goat would be, but they found him just the same.