3:34 AM EDT, Mon September 01, 2014
Detroit Tigers Rumors & News
Detroit News 10 hours ago
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It was instead a big-league game, not that the Tigers much resembled baseball's elite Sunday as they all but threw away a 6-2 loss to the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
Grand Rapids Press 10 hours ago
The Tigers were charged with four errors in the game. They should have been charged with five. CHICAGO -- It's a holiday weekend. The defense for the Detroit Tigers took Sunday off. The Tigers dug themselves into a five-run hole early in the game due to some shoddy defensive...
Grand Rapids Press 11 hours ago
The Tigers made three errors in the first two innings. They actually played worst defense than that number shows. CHICAGO -- The Detroit Tigers made three errors in the first two innings. They actually played worst defense than that number shows. Three Tigers errors helped...
Bless You Boys 11 hours ago
Rick Porcello goes for his 16th victory against Chicago's Jose Quintana Detroit Tigers (74-61) at Chicago White Sox (61-75) Time/Place: 2:10 p.m. E.T.,U.S. Cellular Field SB Nation blog: South Side Sox Media: Fox Sports Detroit, ESPN, MLB.TV, Tigers Radio...
Northwest Herald 4 hours ago
CHICAGO – The White Sox traded Adam Dunn and picked up a rare victory afterward.
Detroit News 8 hours ago
Even as they deal with the duress of a 2014 playoff chase, the Tigers got something of a start on their 2015 season Sunday when they announced call-ups from the minor leagues a day before big-league rosters expand.
Detroit Free Press 6 hours ago
Dustin Ackley homered and drove in four runs and the Seattle Mariners averted a three-game sweep, overcoming a pair of home runs by Bryce Harper to beat the Washington Nationals, 5-3, today.
Detroit News 6 hours ago
As usual, that supposedly barren Tigers farm system — an annual overview from the critics — made possible a couple of whopping July trades as the 2014 minor league season unveiled its share of development stories.
Detroit News 6 hours ago
What to do with Devon Travis? The Tigers were caught, happily, with a 23-year-old second baseman who has shown at every town and team the Tigers have assigned him that he can hit.
Detroit Free Press 7 hours ago
Catcher James McCann and outfielder Steven Moya highlight the seven players who will be promoted over the next two days by the Tigers. Today is the day rosters expand for major league baseball teams.
Grand Rapids Press 8 hours ago
The Tigers went 14-13 in June, 13-13 in July and 16-15 in August. Theyll have to do better than that in September. If they dont, there wont be an October. CHICAGO -- The Detroit Tigers had a great opportunity to beat up on a struggling team this weekend. They didn't take advantage of it. Detroit fans certainly weren't happy about the situation after the Tigers played arguably their sloppiest defensive game of the year Sunday in a 6-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus didn't seem to be thrilled about it, either. "I don't know if it was...
Detroit Free Press 8 hours ago
The White Sox took a 5-0 lead after two innings, aided by three errors and another misplay by J.D. Martinez that was somehow awarded a double to Adam Eaton to start the game.
Grand Rapids Press 9 hours ago
Moya has posted impressive numbers for Double-A Erie. The same could be said of McCann at Triple-A Toledo. CHICAGO -- Many Detroit Tigers fans have been eagerly awaiting their first chance to see outfielder Steven Moya and catcher James McCann in the big leagues. They'll get their chance this week. Moya and McCann are among seven players the Tigers will promote in the next two days. Monday is the day major league teams are allowed to expand their rosters. The Tigers will add players in waves. Outfielder Tyler Collins, infielder Hernan Perez and Moya will join...
Detroit Free Press 11 hours ago
Miguel Cabrera, who exited in the fourth inning due to his sore right ankle in the second game of a day-night doubleheader on Saturday night, is not in the lineup today. Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said Cabrera is day-to-day.
Grand Rapids Press 13 hours ago
Want exact predictions? Here you go: Kyle Lobstein, Kyle Ryan, Ian Krol, Melvin Mercedes, James McCann, Hernan Perez and Steven Moya. CHICAGO -- Manager Brad Ausmus said Sunday morning that he would announce after the game today who the Detroit Tigers will add when rosters expand Monday. That gives us just a few hours to debate the issue. Here is how it might shake out: Starting pitchersAbsolute locks: Kyle Ryan, Kyle LobsteinLobstein is expected to start Tuesday against the Indians. The Tigers said that both Ryan and Lobstein would be back when rosters...
Grand Rapids Press 15 hours ago
Manager Brad Ausmus said this morning that Cabrera remains day-to-day. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (74-61, tied for first in AL Central) at Chicago White Sox (61-75, 4th in AL Central)When: 2:10 p.m.Where: U.S. Cellular Field in ChicagoTV: Fox Sports DetroitRadio: 97.1 The Ticket and the Detroit Tigers radio networkTwitter: Follow Chris Iott STARTING PITCHERSDetroit TigersRick Porcello (15-8, 3.06 ERA)Lifetime vs. White Sox: 9-6, 4.10 ERA Chicago White SoxJose Quintana (6-10, 3.48 ERA)Lifetime vs. Tigers: 3-1, 3.22 ERA STARTING...
Out of Left Field | Oakland Press Aug 31, 2014
Aside from predicting the roster in spring training, about the most fun you can have throwing darts at the board during the season is predicting the minor-league call-ups when the active rosters expand from 25 on Sept. 1. As with most other recent seasons, the Detroit Tigers probably won’t add a ton of bodies, simply because they’re in the mode of trying to win now, not trying to see what’s down on the farm. So far, from the hints he’s given off, first-year manager Brad Ausmus sounds like his philosophy on the process meshes pretty well with that of both general manager Dave...
Detroit Free Press Aug 31, 2014
Here's the perfect jersey to show your support for, uh, whoever the No.5 man is in the Tigers' rotation this week.
Nothing about his situation in 2014 has been clear or clearly explained. What we know is a superstar who has won three consecutive batting championships and who bashed 44 home runs in each of the past two seasons is today batting .300 with 17 home runs. He has not been right for months. His swings have been uncharacteristically off-key. His power has all but vanished to the left-side pull field. His strikeouts have mounted.
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