Detroit Tigers Recaps
Eduardo Rodriguez had a really nice outing, and the bullpen nailed it down. But they played with fire the whole game.
Sawyer Gipson-Long was again good but Tigers relievers couldn’t get outs and turn a close lead into a blowout loss
Jake Rogers homered twice, Joey Wentz was pretty good, and Alex Lange shut the door on the Halos.
Sawyer-Gipson Long was brilliant once again in his second major league start, but things got dicey in the ninth inning.
It was a back and forth contest, but when the chips were down in the late innings, it was the Reds that came through.
The rookie acquitted himself very well, while once again the offense did just enough to win.
The Tigers southpaw dominated yet again, though the offense continued to scuffle at home.
Eduardo Rodriguez was a little off, but gave the Tigers a solid start.
This was a fascinating matchup of the easily movable object meeting non-existent force as Tigers bats struggled against lousy pitching.
Reese Olson blanked the Sox over seven innings, and the bats went off in a big, big way.
Verlander vs. Miggy was epic. The rest of the game... not so much.
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.
Detroit won the first game 4-2, and Cleveland took the second 4-1.
Matt Manning put together a solid enough outing, and the heart of the order did a lot of damage in this one.
One bad inning sunk Skubal’s outing, while the bats had a tough time with Red Sox pitching and the strike zone.
It was a back-and-forth game but the Tigers couldn’t just keep the lead when they had it.
The Marlins crowd was entirely pro-Miggy on Venezuelan Heritage Day, as you’d expect.
Eduardo Rodriguez didn’t really do a lot to bolster his trade value with this start, either.
Spencer Torkelson and Andy Ibáñez homered to provide most of the offense.
AJ Hinch is not having a good series. Mason Englert is not having a good season.
Another seven inning gem from the All-Star right-hander carried the Tigers to a series victory in KC.
"Kerry Bonds" strikes twice, while Michael Lorenzen delivers an All-Star worthy performance.