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Phillies interested in Greene, maybe even Daniel Norris

Phillies interested in Greene, maybe even Daniel Norris

Photo by Mark Cunningham/MLB Photos via The Phillies have mostly shown interest in Greene and Matthew Boyd so far. The Philadelphia Phillies have already shown interest in Detroit Tigers lefthander Matthew Boyd this summer, and will get a firsthand look at the 28-year-old on Tuesday when they kick off a short two-game series at Comerica Park. We can add Shane Greene to their watch list, according to NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Jim Salisbury, and maybe even Daniel Norris too. Salisbury’s report centers around Boyd, but notes that Philadelphia’s front office has “had conversations...

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Detroit Free Press 16 hours ago
Detroit Tigers sign Edwin Jackson to minor league deal

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Bless You Boys 19 hours ago
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Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports Let’s take a look at the trade market, Michael Fulmer’s recovery, and some noteworthy performances. After avoiding the sweep on a 10th inning home run by Nicholas Castellanos, the Tigers head into an off day Monday, where they await the start of a two-game home stand against the Philadelphia Phillies. A recent heat wave has caused everything else to heat up as well. Two of those things include Castellanos and trade talks. While we await the arrival of the Phils, let’s take a look at the most recent news surrounding the organization. Farewell to Nick? As...
Bless You Boys 20 hours ago
Casey Mize rocked in his return to Double-A Erie

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Scores, news, and notes from around the Detroit Tigers’ farm system for Sunday, July 21, 2019. Toledo Mud Hens 7, Syracuse Mets 2 (box) Ryan Carpenter tossed a decent game, and a fourth inning grand slam from Jake Rogers powered the Hens to victory on Sunday. Carpenter allowed two runs over six innings, while the Hens built an insurmountable lead. Willi Castro singled home Dawel Lugo in the first, and they pushed across another run in the second inning on a force after Victor Reyes led off the inning with a double. In the fourth, Ronny Rodriguez led off with a double, and a pair of...
Detroit Free Press Jul 21, 2019
Detroit Tigers' Nicholas Castellanos isn't gone yet, but his line drive in the 10th was

Detroit Tigers' Nicholas Castellanos isn't gone yet, but his line drive in the 10th was

It went over the left field fence and gave the Detroit Tigers a 4-3 win for the first walk-off home run of Nicholas Castellanos career.        
Detroit Free Press Jul 21, 2019
Nicholas Castellanos ends losing skid with walk-off HR; Tigers win, 4-3, in 10

Nicholas Castellanos ends losing skid with walk-off HR; Tigers win, 4-3, in 10

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Tigers 4, Blue Jays 3: Walk. Off. Winner.

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Photo by Duane Burleson/ Tyler Alexander spun seven spectacular innings in the home win. Nicholas Castellanos hit a walk-off solo home run, the first of his career, to deliver the Detroit Tigers a 4-3 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays at Comerica Park on Sunday afternoon. The victory, just Detroit’s 30th of the season and third of the month of July, was their first at home since a June 29 triumph over the Washington Nationals. The Blue Jays got to Tigers starter Tyler Alexander early. Freddy Galvis hit a one-out single in the top of the first, and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. scored him with...
Detroit Free Press Jul 21, 2019
To some fans, the Detroit vs. Toronto pro sports rivalry will never die

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Bless You Boys Jul 21, 2019
Cubs interested in Castellanos, per report

Cubs interested in Castellanos, per report

Photo by Justin K. Aller/ The soon-to-be free agent may be on the move before the July 31 trade deadline. The July 31 trade deadline is getting so close we can virtually tase it, and with every rumor, anticipation just keeps building. The Detroit Tigers are firmly entrenched in the ‘sellers’ category, and they are toting some of the most valuable players for sale this season. The front office is swimming in interest for the two pitchers that headline Detroit’s roster — Matthew Boyd and Shane Greene — but there has been far less chatter on regarding the team’s hitters. That...
Detroit Free Press Jul 21, 2019
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Detroit Tigers score vs. Toronto Blue Jays: Scoring updates

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Bless You Boys Jul 21, 2019
GameThread: Tigers vs. Blue Jays, 1:10 p.m.

GameThread: Tigers vs. Blue Jays, 1:10 p.m.

Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports Toronto Blue Jays (38-62) at Detroit Tigers (29-65) Time/Place: 1:10 p.m., Comerica ParkSB Nation site: Bluebird BanterMedia: Fox Sports Detroit, fuboTV, MLB.TV, Tigers Radio NetworkPitching Matchup: RHP Jacob Waguespack (1-0, 5.93 ERA) vs. LHP Tyler Alexander (0-0, 3.60 ERA)
Detroit Free Press Jul 21, 2019
How the Detroit Tigers fared against the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2019

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Photo by Quinn Harris/ The rookie lefthander was solid in his big league debut, but showed his razor-thin margin for error. Tyler Alexander was never going to blow hitters away at the pro level. Drafted in the second round back in 2015, Alexnder was always projected as a touch-and-feel lefthander who would slot into the back of a major league rotation if everything went well. He achieved that goal earlier this month, earning a doubleheader call-up to start against the Chicago White Sox. All things considered, it went well. Alxander was greeted with a long home run off the bat of Yoan...

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