Nick Castellanos hit a home run and drove in four runs to lead a 19-hit outburst from the Detroit Tigers in a 12-5 win over the Seattle Mariners on Monday.
This is what you call a snowball. Or at this point it might seem more like Murphy’s Law trying to take effect on the Detroit Tigers, because anything that can seemingly go wrong is creeping around the team right now. The Tigers have now won two in a row after Saturday’s 8-3 win against the Toronto Blue Jays. Show More Summary
Justin Verlander remained winless in four starts since his return from the disabled list, allowing seven runs on Sunday as his E.R.A. ballooned to 6.75 during the Tigers’ 10-5 loss to the Blue Jays.
Justin Verlander remained winless in four starts since his return from the disabled list, allowing seven runs as his ERA ballooned to 6.75 ERA during the Detroit Tigers' 10-5 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday.
Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera, the American League’s hitting leader, will be out of action for about six weeks with a severe left calf strain, Major League Baseball's website reported on Saturday.
Thanks to Miguel Cabrera’s calf injury, Detroit Tigers catcher Alex Avila is out of place at first base. Before his first career start at the new position, Avila spoke humbly to reporters: If Avila meant “unbelievably good” when he said he’d be “adequate,” he was right. Show More Summary
Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera has been placed on the disabled list for the first time in his career. Cabrera was placed on the 15-day DL but is expected to miss six weeks with a Grade 3 calf strain. Read more...
Independence Day got off to a sad start on Saturday for Detroit Tigers fans, who learned star slugger Miguel Cabrera would miss six weeks after he strained his left calf in Friday night’s 8-6 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. On Saturday, the 32-year-old went on the 15-day disabled list for the first time. An MRI showed […]
Miguel Cabrera was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday and the Detroit Tigers expect him to miss at least six weeks with a calf injury.
Detroit Tigers All-Star first baseman Miguel Cabrera was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday and is expected to miss six weeks with a left calf strain.
Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera left Friday night’s game with the Toronto Blue Jays early with an apparent calf injury. Cabrera hurt himself in the fourth inning when he tried to advance to second base. The Tigers won the game. Show More Summary
Anibal Sanchez's no-hit bid was broken up when former Detroit teammate Ezequiel Carrera lined a single to left with one out in the eighth inning, and the Tigers held on to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 8-6 Friday on a night when Miguel Cabrera limped off with a calf injury.
Anibal Sanchez of the Detroit Tigers took a no-hitter into the eighth inning on Friday night, but Ezequiel Carrera of the Toronto Blue Jays broke it up with a single with one out in the inning. Detroit Tigers pitcher Anibal Sanchez took a no-hitter into the eighth inning in an 8-6 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night at Comerica Park. Show More Summary
Detroit Tigers' superstar first baseman Miguel Cabrera left Friday's game against the Toronto Blue Jays with a calf injury. Continue for updates. Cabrera to Undergo MRI Friday, July 3 The Tigers announced Cabrera suffered a strainedShow More Summary
Today’s Impromptus is a typical potpourri, beginning with Marva Collins, the late, great educator out of Chicago, and ending with Wally Joyner, the hitting coach of the Detroit Tigers. In between are John Kerry, George W. Bush, and other folks. “Folks,” our president likes to say. Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Pirates' Gorkys Hernandez entered Tuesday night's game against the Detroit Tigers in the top of the 14th inning as a pinch runner, so one would think that his baserunning skills are sound. It certainly didn't look like it on this play. Show More Summary
By F. Philip Barash I greeted the millennium from a former laundry factory near the old Tiger Stadium. It had been indifferently converted to lofts and managed with the lightest of touches. On game days, the neighborhood did brisk trade in beer and parking. Otherwise, it felt as if the rapture had happened and only […]
Neil Walker's RBI double in the 14th inning gave the Pittsburgh Pirates a 5-4 win over the Detroit Tigers in a game that ended early Wednesday morning.
No matter what he does, Michigan Wolverines football coach Jim Harbaugh is an intense person. Even if it's just a ceremonial first pitch. Harbaugh—in his signature khakis—threw out the first pitch before Tuesday night's game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Show More Summary
The last (and only) time I attended a world championship sporting event was in 1968, when I waited in line all night for a standing-room-only ticket to watch my beloved St. Louis Cardinals play the Detroit Tigers in the so-called World Series of Baseball. Alas, the Cardinals lost.