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Detroit Tigers Recaps

Tigers 2, Athletics 0: Shared shutout secures series split

Eduardo Rodriguez had a really nice outing, and the bullpen nailed it down. But they played with fire the whole game.

Tigers 2, Athletics 8: Bullpen meltdown secures Tigers’ seventh consecutive losing season

Sawyer Gipson-Long was again good but Tigers relievers couldn’t get outs and turn a close lead into a blowout loss

Tigers 7, Athletics 3: Tarik Skubal is a bad man

The Tigers got contributions up and down the lineup, but the A’s were just bullied by the Tigers’ southpaw.

Tigers 5, Angels 3: Sweepin’ in Southern California

Jake Rogers homered twice, Joey Wentz was pretty good, and Alex Lange shut the door on the Halos.

Tigers 5, Angels 4 (F/10): Miguel Cabrera and Will Vest save the day in extra innings

Sawyer-Gipson Long was brilliant once again in his second major league start, but things got dicey in the ninth inning.

Reds 4, Tigers 3: Walk This Way

If you’re a weirdo that enjoys bases-on-balls, then you were in heaven tonight ‘cause you saw fourteen of ‘em. The rest of us weren’t that impressed.

Reds 6, Tigers 5 (F/10): Offense can’t get it done in extras

It was a back and forth contest, but when the chips were down in the late innings, it was the Reds that came through.

Tigers 3, White Sox 2: Sawyer Gipson-Long makes a strong debut

The rookie acquitted himself very well, while once again the offense did just enough to win.

Tigers 3, White Sox 1: Tarik Skubal spins another gem

The Tigers southpaw dominated yet again, though the offense continued to scuffle at home.

Tigers 10, Yankees 3: Torkelson goes deep twice to help avoid the sweep

Eduardo Rodriguez was a little off, but gave the Tigers a solid start.

Yankees 5, Tigers 1: Gerrit Cole is good

The Tigers bullpen day wasn’t terrible, but the offense couldn’t do much with Gerrit Cole and the Yankees’ bullpen.

Tigers 3, White Sox 2: Tigers squander their way to series sweep

This was a fascinating matchup of the easily movable object meeting non-existent force as Tigers bats struggled against lousy pitching.

Tigers 10, White Sox 0: Andre Lipcius sparks a Tigers’ party on the south side

Reese Olson blanked the Sox over seven innings, and the bats went off in a big, big way.

Tigers 4, White Sox 2: Happy on the road again

Eduardo Rodriguez was good in this one, and the bats heated up along the way.

Yankees 6, Tigers 2: Home cooking isn’t helping

Another lousy performance from the home team in all phases of the game.

Yankees 4, Tigers 1: The lumber continues to slumber at home

Reese Olson was excellent. The bullpen was poor. The offense was terrible.

Astros 17, Tigers 4: Verlander deals, Miggy homers, Detroit loses...

Verlander vs. Miggy was epic. The rest of the game... not so much.

Astros 9, Tigers 2: Sometimes it’s just not your night

The pitching wasn’t great and the hitters couldn’t do a lot. At least the new guy got another pair of hits, though, which is nice.

Doubleheader Recap: Tigers and Guardians Split ‘Em

Detroit won the first game 4-2, and Cleveland took the second 4-1.

Tigers 6, Red Sox 2: Carpenter and Torkelson serve up the thump

Matt Manning put together a solid enough outing, and the heart of the order did a lot of damage in this one.

Red Sox 5, Tigers 2: Shaky Skubal, quiet bats lead to defeat

One bad inning sunk Skubal’s outing, while the bats had a tough time with Red Sox pitching and the strike zone.

Tigers 9, Twins 5: Torkbombs for all!

Spencer Torkelson supplied the power, Miguel Cabrera keeps on rolling, and Tyler Holton had a great relief outing.

Marlins 8, Tigers 6: Dodgy defense and dingers doom Detroit

It was a back-and-forth game but the Tigers couldn’t just keep the lead when they had it.

Tigers 5, Marlins 0: Akil Baddoo and Riley Greene celebrated Miguel Cabrera with home runs

The Marlins crowd was entirely pro-Miggy on Venezuelan Heritage Day, as you’d expect.

Angels 7, Tigers 6 (10 innings): A nice comeback wasn’t quite enough

Eduardo Rodriguez didn’t really do a lot to bolster his trade value with this start, either.

Tigers 3, Padres 1: Alex Faedo and the bullpen silence Padres thumpers

Spencer Torkelson and Andy Ibáñez homered to provide most of the offense.

Padres 14, Tigers 3: Poor decisions and poor pitching lead to a beatdown

AJ Hinch is not having a good series. Mason Englert is not having a good season.

Tigers 3, Royals 0: Michael Lorenzen dominates yet again

Another seven inning gem from the All-Star right-hander carried the Tigers to a series victory in KC.

Royals 11, Tigers 10: Hot mess in KC

Spencer Torkelson and Javier Báez had good nights at the plate, so of course the pitching went to hell.

Mariners 2, Tigers 0: Sweepless in Seattle

Reese Olson was good again, but the bats went cold in this one.

Tigers 6, Mariners 0: Kerry Carpenter swung the hammer again

"Kerry Bonds" strikes twice, while Michael Lorenzen delivers an All-Star worthy performance.

Blue Jays 12, Tigers 2: Beat up and beat down blues

One big inning from the Blue Jays was all it took to take the first of three in Detroit.


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