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Fantasy Update

Sep 12, 2014
KFFL
Detroit Tigers RP Phil Coke (back) is day-to-day with back spasms, according to manager Brad ...
KFFL Sep 12, 2014

Tigers | Phil Coke day-to-day

Detroit Tigers RP Phil Coke (back) is day-to-day with back spasms, according to manager Brad ...
Bless You Boys Sep 11, 2014

Why is Drew Smyly pitching better now?

Drew Smyly was a good pitcher with the Tigers. He has been even better with the Tampa Bay Rays. The Tigers thought they were upgrading their rotation when they traded Austin Jackson and Drew Smyly for David Price at this year's trade deadline. While this is probably true, small samples can play weird tricks on us. Like when you think that maybe the Tigers bullpen might be sort of OK after they had a few good games. Then Phil Coke gives up 12 runs. One of those small samples may be happening down in Tampa right now, where Drew Smyly has pitched like an ace since the trade deadline. Since...
KFFL Sep 11, 2014

Tigers | Phil Coke leaves game

Detroit Tigers RP Phil Coke (back) left the game early Wednesday, Sept. 10, because of ...
Grand Rapids Press Sep 11, 2014
Detroit Tigers' Phil Coke exits game with muscle spasm in lower back, will be re-evaluated Friday

Detroit Tigers' Phil Coke exits game with muscle spasm in lower back, will be re-evaluated Friday

Detroit Tigers reliever Phil Coke exited the game in the eighth inning against the Royals with a muscle spasm in his lower back, manager Brad Ausmus confirmed late Wednesday. DETROIT -- Phil Coke got himself into a jam Wednesday. Then he tweaked his back. Coke exited the game in the eighth inning against the Kansas City Royals with a muscle spasm in his lower back, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus confirmed late Wednesday. Coke, who was unavailable for comment after the game, will be re-evaluated on Friday, the Tigers announced. His status remains unclear. Coke...
Detroit Free Press Sep 6, 2014

Coke returns from brink of being released by the Tigers

Tigers left-hander Phil Coke has won three games in his past four appearances. He has come a long way from where he was in spring training, which was on the bubble.
Bless You Boys Aug 28, 2014
Shawn Kelley's glove slam is better than Phil Coke's

Shawn Kelley's glove slam is better than Phil Coke's

Alex Avila's walk-off single made Shawn Kelley do a GIF-tastic glove slam. What's worse than giving up a walk-off hit? Giving up a walk-off hit to the guy who came into the game hitting .219 with a slugging average of .369. You thought Phil Coke's 2012 glove slam was awesome? Shawn Kelley's angry/defeated glove slam after Alex Avila's game-winning RBI on Thursday afternoon might be even more awesome, because it's seasoned with Yankee frustration and defeat. You be the judge: Poll Who threw it better? Phil Coke Shawn Kelley   33 votes |...

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