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Grand Rapids Press Aug 20, 2016
Tigers say goodbye to David Ortiz as he plays final series in Detroit

Tigers say goodbye to David Ortiz as he plays final series in Detroit

A video tribute included messages from Tigers general manager Al Avila, designated hitter Victor Martinez and first baseman Miguel Cabrera. DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers said goodbye to a long-time nemesis before Saturday night's game. Retiring Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was honored before the game and presented with a framed photograph from his appearance at the 2005 All-Star Game at Comerica Park. A video tribute included messages from Tigers general manager Al Avila, designated hitter Victor Martinez and first baseman Miguel Cabrera. Cabrera joked...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 18, 2016
Miguel Cabrera savors Tigers' win, 1,000th RBI in Detroit

Miguel Cabrera savors Tigers' win, 1,000th RBI in Detroit

I feel part of this city, this community in Detroit, Cabrera said. It makes me proud. DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers had managed four runs in 34 innings and were on the way to what seemed like it would be their fourth loss in a row. Then came the eighth inning.  "We really didn't do much offensively until that eighth inning," manager Brad Ausmus said. "We hadn't done much offensively since we got back from Texas." The Tigers scored three in the eighth, including a run driven in by Miguel Cabrera that marked his 1,000th RBI in his Detroit career. The Tigers...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 17, 2016
Live scoring, stats: Tigers try to avoid sweep against Royals (chat)

Live scoring, stats: Tigers try to avoid sweep against Royals (chat)

The Tigers have lost two straight games. Please join the conversation in the comments section. If you're viewing this on MLive's mobile app, click here. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (63-56) vs. Kansas City Royals (59-60)When: 7:10 p.m. ET Wednesday, August 17Where: Comerica Park in DetroitTV: Fox Sports DetroitRadio: 97.1 The Ticket and the Detroit Tigers radio networkTwitter: Follow Evan Woodbery Erick Aybar is in the Tigers lineup. So is Miguel Cabrera. Will that be enough to wake up Detroit's offense? The Tigers have lost two straight and are...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 17, 2016
Tigers lineup: Miguel Cabrera returns, Justin Upton getting day off

Tigers lineup: Miguel Cabrera returns, Justin Upton getting day off

Newly acquired shortstop Erick Aybar will start and bat second. DETROIT -- Miguel Cabrera is back in the starting lineup for the Detroit Tigers for the series finale against the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday. The Tigers are also giving left fielder Justin Upton a day off as he tries to shake off a two-week slump. Upton is 1-for-30 in his last seven games, with eight strikeouts and three doubles plays during that span. Over the last 13 games, he's 5-for-49 with 14 strikeouts and five double plays.  "He's out of sync mechanically," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus...
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Grand Rapids Press Aug 16, 2016
No disabled list, just rest, for Tigers' Miguel Cabrera

No disabled list, just rest, for Tigers' Miguel Cabrera

Cabrera suffered a strained left biceps muscle on Monday. DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers' assumption regarding Miguel Cabrera appeared to be spot on. The All-Star first baseman will not require a trip to the disabled list after suffering a strained left biceps muscle on Monday and instead rely on rest. He was not in the Tigers' lineup Tuesday against the Kansas City Royals, but manager Brad Ausmus said he doesn't expect Cabrera to miss more than two or three games. "Actually, he felt a lot better than he expected," Ausmus said. "But we're going to be a little bit...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 16, 2016
Tigers lineup: Jarrod Saltalamacchia starting at first base vs. Royals

Tigers lineup: Jarrod Saltalamacchia starting at first base vs. Royals

Miguel Cabrera left Mondays game with a biceps muscle strain. DETROIT -- Miguel Cabrera is apparently going to get a day off after straining his left biceps muscle on Monday. Jarrod Saltalamacchia is playing first base and hitting seventh for the Detroit Tigers Tuesday in the second game of their series against the Kansas City Royals at Comerica Park (7:10 p.m., FSD). Cabrera is considered day-to-day with the injury, though general manager Al Avila hinted earlier today on MLB Network the All-Star slugger would likely require a day off before returning. Casey...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 15, 2016
Injury to Miguel Cabrera not considered serious; Tigers hope for Tuesday return

Injury to Miguel Cabrera not considered serious; Tigers hope for Tuesday return

Cabrera left Mondays game with a strained left biceps muscle. DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers may have just dodged a bullet. Manager Brad Ausmus quelled concern Monday after All-Star first baseman Miguel Cabrera left Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Kansas City Royals with a strained left biceps muscle. He's considered day-to-day, and the hope is Cabrera could be fit to return to the lineup as soon as Tuesday. "It wouldn't surprise me if Miggy said he was fine tomorrow," Ausmus said. "But we'll wait and see what he feels like." Cabrera was pulled after the fourth inning,...
Topeka Capital-Journal Aug 15, 2016

Royals stay hot, tame Tigers 3-1

DETROIT — Ian Kennedy pitched effectively into the seventh inning to win for the first since June 26 as the Kansas City Royals beat the Detroit Tigers 3-1 on Monday night. The Tigers lost slugger Miguel Cabrera after four innings to a strained left biceps. Cabrera appeared to injure himself in a first-inning collision with Cheslor Cuthbert at first base, but batted twice before leaving the game. Detroit said Cabrera is day to day. read more
Grand Rapids Press Aug 15, 2016
Tigers lose Miguel Cabrera, and series opener to Kansas City

Tigers lose Miguel Cabrera, and series opener to Kansas City

The Tigers got a home run from J.D. Martinez, but lost 3-1 to the Royals. DETROIT -- An all-important home stand began on a sour note for the Detroit Tigers. Not only did they lose 3-1 to the Kansas City Royals, but All-Star first baseman Miguel Cabrera left Monday's game with an injury. Cabrera is listed as day-to-day after leaving the game in the fourth inning with a biceps strain. The Tigers already are missing several players due to injury, including Nick Castellanos, Jose Iglesias, Cameron Maybin, Jordan Zimmermann and Mike Pelfrey. The Tigers mustered...
Grand Rapids Press Aug 15, 2016
Miguel Cabrera leaves Tigers-Royals game with biceps injury

Miguel Cabrera leaves Tigers-Royals game with biceps injury

Cabrera appears to have his left arm wrapped in the Tigers dugout. DETROIT -- Now it appears like Miguel Cabrera is hurt. The Detroit Tigers slugger was taken out of after the fourth inning of Monday's series opener against the Kansas City Royals with a left biceps strain. No word yet on the severity, though Fox Sports Detroit cameras caught Cabrera's left shoulder in a wrap in the Tigers dugout. Cabrera's done after injuring his shoulder. Salty in at first. Toledo Mud Hens play the rest of their season in Detroit. -- Mike Mulholland (@mulho2mj) August 16,...
Bless You Boys Aug 15, 2016

Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera exits the game with an injury

The Tigers’ slugger seemed to injure himself on a defensive play. Miguel Cabrera was removed from the Detroit Tigers’ game on Monday night against the Kansas City Royals after his second at-bat. Cabrera was seen grimacing and favoring his upper arm and shoulder area after flying out in the bottom of the fourth inning. This injury likely occurred during the very beginning of the game. Cheslor Cuthbert hit a comebacker to Daniel Norris, who knocked the ball down not far from the mound. Norris hastily recovered the ball and inaccurately threw it to first base, where Cabrera tried to reach...
Bless You Boys Aug 10, 2016

Mariners 6, Tigers 5: West coast baseball is the worst

I hope you went to bed. The Detroit Tigers snatched defeat from the jaws of victory on Tuesday, blowing a 4-1 lead in the eighth inning en route to a 6-5 loss in 15 long, grueling innings to the Seattle Mariners. The Tigers got to Mariners starter Wade LeBlanc early. Ian Kinsler lined LeBlanc’s first pitch into left field for a double, and Jose Iglesias followed with a single. Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez both poked RBI singles into left, giving the Tigers a 2-0 lead in the top of the first. Two innings later, Cabrera added to his RBI tally with a solo home run to left field. Tigers...
Northwest Herald Aug 2, 2016

Miguel Cabrera powers Detroit Tigers past Chicago White Sox

DETROIT – Miguel Cabrera hit his third home run in two games, Victor Martinez also went deep and the Detroit Tigers won their seventh straight by beating the White Sox, 11-5, Tuesday night.

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