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Detroit Tigers Recaps

White Sox 2, Tigers 1 (F/10): A great Michael Lorenzen outing wasted

Dylan Cease was good, but the Tigers’ offense looks a lot weaker without Riley Greene.

White Sox 3, Tigers 0: Quiet bats squander Reese Olson’s fine major league debut

The rookie’s major league went very well, but the Tigers’ offense couldn’t get it done.

Rangers 10, Tigers 6: These Rangers rake

An injury to Riley Greene, on a day already full of Tigers’ injuries, sent a sinking feeling through the fanbase.

Texas 5, Detroit 0: A not-so-enjoyable holiday game

The Rangers spoiled our fun with a decisive victory.

White Sox 12, Tigers 3: Wentz battered, Englert bruised

The offense had some chances to break through, but the pitching staff couldn’t stop the White Sox all night.

Tigers 7, White Sox 2: Offense backs up Faedo’s career night

Who cares if he only has three pitches? Alex Faedo shoved against the White Sox Thursday night.

Tigers 6, Royals 4: That’s another series win

Riley Greene and Zack Short went deep, while Jonathan Schoop came up with his biggest knock in long time.

Royals 4, Tigers 1: Tigers threaten plenty, don’t score much

Detroit loaded the bases twice, and didn’t score either of those times. You don’t win too many games that way.

Tigers 8, Royals 5: Báez’s late-inning magic delivers Tigers in extra innings

A tenth-innings bases loaded double from Báez bails out Tigers in KC after JBJ stole the show and nearly the win.

Nationals 6, Tigers 4: Candyman’s revenge

The Tigers had a ton of chances to take control of this game, but bad swings in key at-bats cost them dearly.

Nationals 5, Tigers 2: Torkelson’s home run can’t hold up as Tigers offense dries up

The Tigers got to Corbin early but couldn’t sustain the pressure as Faedo and the bullpen let the Nationals pull away late.

Tigers 8, Nationals 6: A no-no to oh no

That was too close for comfort, but the duo of Foley and Lange shut the door on a Nats comeback attempt.

Pirates 8, Tigers 0: Rodriguez’s streak of great starts comes crashing to a halt

Eduardo Rodriguez finally had a rough outing, but he had plenty of help in losing this one.

Mariners 9, Tigers 2: Bad Boyd, bad Boyd, whatcha gonna do?

The veteran left-hander had nothing in this one, and the Mariners romped to victory in game one of the series.

Guardians 2, Tigers 0: A LOBster fest wastes a strong outing from Michael Lorenzen

The Tigers hit Shane Bieber pretty well, which is encouraging, but they couldn’t get the clutch hits to drop tonight.

Tigers 6, Guardians 2: Bottom of the order thrives in win over Cleveland

Maybe it’s time to move Andy Ibáñez and Eric Haase up in the lineup?

Cardinals 12, Tigers 6: Nightmarish sixth inning leads to snapped winning streak

For a moment, it looked like the winning streak would roll on. Then everything came crashing down.

Tigers 6, Cardinals 5: Five straight for the battle cats

The Tigers weathered a rough Spencer Turnbull outing and gutted out a fifth straight victory.

Tigers 2, Mets 0: Eduardo Rodriguez is flat out dealing

Justin Verlander’s first start of the year started badly with Riley Greene and Javy Báez taking him deep, though the ace settled in from there.

Tigers 6, Mets 5 (Gm 1): A Battle of the Joeys

It was a Wentz vs. Lucchesi showdown, and in the end neither did well and this one was determined by the bullpens.

Orioles 5, Tigers 3: Slip-slidin’ away

Detroit narrowed Baltimore’s lead late, but couldn’t quite get over the hump for the win.

Orioles 6, Tigers 4 (Gm 2): A-Boyd-able losses

The Orioles beat up on Boyd, while a Tyler Nevin blast provided most of the Tigers’ offense.

Tigers 7, Orioles 4 (Gm 1): Rodriguez solid, Vierling delivers

Eduardo Rodriguez looked good out there on the mound for the fourth straight time. I could get used to this.

Keider Montero strikes out eight in Whitecaps romp

Scores, news, and notes, from the Detroit Tigers’ farm system for Wednesday, April 26, 2023.

Brewers 6, Tigers 2: Rough start dooms Lorenzen, Detroit

Things went downhill quickly after Javier Báez left the game with an injury.

Tigers 4, Brewers 3: Tigers earn series win over Brewers

Kerry Carpenter and the bullpen power the Tigers to their 4th series win of the year

Tigers 4, Brewers 2: Wolfie powers Detroit to victory in series opener

Matt Boyd was alternately good and bad, kept the Brewers in check with a solid outing.

Orioles 2, Tigers 1 (F/10): Walked off again

Eduardo Rodriguez put together another superb start, but his team hung him out to dry.

Orioles 5, Tigers 1: Cat team can’t hit a lick

The Tigers blew an early opportunity and called it a night.

Orioles 2, Tigers 1: Close but no cigar

A tight pitcher’s duel saw the Tigers tie the game on their final strike, but lose it in the bottom of the ninth.

Guardians 3, Tigers 2: J-Ram slam ends sweep plan

After wearing the sombrero on Tuesday, it was only a matter of time before the Cleveland slugger made Detroit pay.

Tigers 1, Guardians 0 (Gm 2): Buckle up, we’re going streaking!

Eduardo Rodriguez was masterful, and the Tigers made the key plays defensively to run their streak to five in a row.