The Tigers’ center fielder climbed the wall for a spectacular catch.
Even fielders fear Martinez's mighty swing now.
That will probably go over well with Rangers fans.
He wasn't happy, we think.
Cabrera doesn't often give us this type of bat flip, but this was a bomb.
The Tigers shortstop impressed in his pitching debut this afternoon.
Brad Ausmus must have fit some awful big (and mean) words into his brief conversation with Tim Timmons this afternoon.
Hunter hit his second monster home run in three days tonight in the top of the first inning.
Joba Chamberlain is not only a connoisseur of Zubaz, he can get the kinks out of your legs.
A fan with a child in one arm caught a foul ball in the other.
The DonBot honors Jim Leyland the best way he knows how.
Max Scherzer was fired up in the eighth inning of tonight's game.
Did Houston's Jarred Cosart throw a spitball tonight?
Tigers lead 4-3!
Yeah, that guy is wrong.
The rookie phenom displayed some surprising power (at this point) with an opposite field home run.
White men *can* jump.
Miguel Cabrera went 3-for-5 tonight, reminding fans that he's still good at this whole baseball thing.
Featuring the longest run-on sentence ever!
Verlander snapped an 0-for-26 streak with a single up the middle on Saturday night.
Ausmus barehanded a foul ball without flinching, and kept spitting his seeds.
The rookie third baseman took Josh Beckett deep to dead center field.
People laughed, laughed more
Sniper on the loose!
Hunter went hitless against the Kansas City Royals, but broke out this weekend against the Baltimore Orioles.
Hunter has five of the seven Tigers RBI today (and counting).
The Tigers were caught by cameras dancing in the dugout before toady's game.
The Tigers scored four runs in the bottom of the 4th inning to break the game open.
THIS IS WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NICE THINGS!
Miguel Cabrera likes to hit home runs, and did that today.
MLB team runs scored vs. runs allowed per game, 2022(greener = higher winning percentage, redder = lower): pic.twitter.com/y82i51PHIh— Codify (@CodifyBaseball) June 21, 2022
MLB team runs scored vs. runs allowed per game, 2022(greener = higher winning percentage, redder = lower): pic.twitter.com/y82i51PHIh