David Price was rocked for seven runs over six innings in his final start of spring training for the Detroit Tigers, a 7-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday.
Detroit Tigers star pitcher Justin Verlander is dealing with a tricep issue that could put the right-hander on the disabled list to start the season. Continue for updates. Verlander Could Head to DL With Tricep Issue Tuesday, March 31 On...Show More Summary
Most of the decision regarding the opening day roster have been made, only two question marks remain for the Detroit Tigers
Alfredo Simon allowed one run over six innings for his best start of spring training in the Detroit Tigers' 4-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves.
It's not often we meet our heroes. It's also not often that we meet our heroes while wearing a shirt with their name on it. In a Starbucks. Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander happened upon one of his tiny fans while standing in line at a Starbucks. Show More Summary
The Detroit Tigers have repeatedly though Bruce Rondon was part of the solution to their bullpen issues, but his performance doesn't seem to add up
The Phillie Phanatic loves to have some fun with players at the ballpark, but on Sunday, Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera turned the tables on him. Somehow, Cabrera managed to get hold of the Phanatic's car keys. As an opposing player, the Tigers first baseman wasn't going to just give the mascot its keys back. Show More Summary
Chase Utley hit his first two home runs of spring training and drove in three runs for the Philadelphia Phillies in a 4-4 tie against the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
Miguel Cabrera hit his second home run of the spring and raised his average to.385, leading the Detroit Tigers past the St. Louis Cardinals 4-3 Saturday.
A few days ago, a veteran scout compared the Tigers to the Yankees. It was not meant to be a compliment.
Justin Verlander left with cramping in his right triceps Friday during the third inning of the Detroit Tigers' 4-1 rain-shortened loss to the Toronto Blue Jays.
Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander gave an unsuspecting fan at Starbucks the surprise of a lifetime. A young fan was standing in line while wearing a Verlander shirsey (shirt + jersey). The fan had no idea his idol athlete was literally standing right behind him. Show More Summary
At the start of spring training, the possibility existed that the Detroit Tigers' top two hitters might miss the start of the 2015 Major League Baseball season. With only a little more than a week left before Opening Day, however, Miguel...Show More Summary
How can it be that a company with a $20 million operating loss last year and an operating loss in five of the last seven years be worth 65 percent more than it was a year ago? That is the fuzzy math Forbes is trying to sell with its annual list of baseball team evaluations that was published today
Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Yoenis Cespedes each homered for the Detroit Tigers in 6-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday.
Mind officially blown. In 2013, Justin Verlander signed a contract worth $180 million to remain pitcher for the Detroit Tigers for five more years. Floyd Mayweather Jr. will earn that in one night. That's according to New York Post,Show More Summary
Tigers star Miguel Cabrera played the field for the first time this spring, doing fine at first base as Detroit beat the Miami Marlins 8-4 Wednesday.
Miguel Cabrera went 1 for 3 with a walk for the Detroit Tigers in his second exhibition game since returning from offseason right ankle and foot surgery, a 9-8 loss Tuesday night to the New York Yankees.
Who will make the trip north with the Detroit Tigers to serve in their bullpen?
David Price will be the Opening Day starter for the Detroit Tigers. On the surface it seems like the right baseball move, and yet Justin Verlander has been the Opening Day starter for seven years running and is home grown talent, so this decision by Manager Brad Ausmus was anything but easy.