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Each Monday, good or bad, we’ll look back at the biggest theme of the week that was for the Detroit Tigers. Tigers’ fans are starting to feel like it’s groundhog day all over again. Despite the fact that there was … Continue reading
After wilting in the Texas heat, the Detroit Tigers were looking for some cooler salvation in Minnesota. No such luck. The Twins pounded out nearly as many hits as the Rangers can, which helped lead an embarrassing 9-3 drubbing of … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers let a game get away on Saturday night. They never really had a chance on Sunday.
The Detroit Tigers were constantly on the comeback trail Wednesday night, but couldn’t pull off the impossible feat. The New York Yankees did plenty of damage early and late, leading to their losing streak busting 12-8 win. Facing the Yankees … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers are getting excellent starting pitching and it’s driving a couple winning streaks. Rick Porcello’s six stout innings and Miguel Cabrera’s power helped deliver Detroit’s sixth win in a row and 10th overall at Comerica Park. After the … Continue reading
Fenway Park hasn’t been kind to the Detroit Tigers lately. The team was defeated yet again in the bandbox by virtue of a couple two run home runs. Those powered the Boston Red Sox to a 7-3 series opening victory. … Continue reading
After a hot start to the second half, it appears the streaky Detroit Tigers have hit decided to hit the skids once more. Anibal Sanchez gave up three home runs and Detroit’s offense fell asleep, helping the Toronto Blue Jays … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers had to feel like they threw away Tuesday night’s game against the Cleveland Indians. Literally. Wednesday, though, there was no reoccurring nightmares of throwing horror. Solid defense and pitching mixed with timely hitting allowed the Tigers to … Continue reading