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Tigers SNOWMYGOSH live chat

Tigers SNOWMYGOSH live chat

With the Tigers and Indians essentially snowed out for Tuesday evening, why not have a live chat? We'll convene at 5 p.m. to chat Tigers.
Detroit News 9 hours ago

Tigers' Tuesday night game vs. Indians postponed

Yes, the Tigers and Indians could've played baseball Tuesday night. But in the end, they decided there was no reason to put the fans through that misery.
Detroit Free Press 9 hours ago

Tigers, Indians game postponed; no makeup date yet

With a fresh coat of snow draping the Detroit landscape today, the Detroit Tigers-Cleveland Indians game tonight has been postponed. No makeup date was announced, though it won't take place during this week's series.
Bless You Boys 11 hours ago

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with Jason Lukehart of Let's Go Tribe

Jason Lukehart of Let's Go Tribe was kind enough to answer a few questions about the upcoming series between the Tigers and Indians. The Tigers won an incredible 15 of 19 games against the Cleveland Indians last season, a discrepancy that ultimately made the difference in the AL Central race. Tonight,...
ESPN Fantasy Baseball 14 hours ago
Fantasy Now: Drew Smyly

Fantasy Now: Drew Smyly

Eric Karabell discusses Drew Smyly's start on Wednesday and his value moving forward.

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Dombrowski to appear for 'Mondays with Bernie' Q&A

Dombrowski to appear for 'Mondays with Bernie' Q&A

It’s only an off day for the players. While the Detroit Tigers are returning home, getting ready for a 10-game homestand, resting up on Monday, team president and general manager Dave Dombrowski will be a guest at the Mondays with Bernie event. Dombrowski will join host and WDIV broadcaster Bernie Smilovitz from 7-8 p.m. for a question-and-answer session in front of a live audience at the TAP sports pub’s main dining room in the MGM Grand Casino in Detroit tonight (April 14). Mondays with Bernie is a weekly event. Admission is free to the public.
Grand Rapids Press Apr 14, 2014
Analysis: How Tigers fare against right-handed pitchers is trend worth watching in 2014

Analysis: How Tigers fare against right-handed pitchers is trend worth watching in 2014

The Tigers dont have a ton of left-handed hitters to run out there on a regular basis. SAN DIEGO -- There is a big difference from one season to the next when it comes to how much run support a pitcher gets. Of course, it was a bit of a fluke how many runs the Detroit Tigers scored for Max Scherzer in 2013. The numbers he had more control over -- the 2.90 ERA, the 240 strikeouts and the 0.97 WHIP -- helped him win the American League Cy Young Award. But his 21-3 record was helped immensely by the run support he received from his teammates. Through three games...
Detroit News Apr 14, 2014

Tigers like the 'baseball savvy' displayed by Erie SS Eugenio Suarez

Suarez, a shortstop, is batting .273 after Sunday's game against Trenton. He had three home runs and four doubles, which best explained a heavy OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) of .961.
Detroit Free Press Apr 14, 2014

S.D. 5, Detroit 1: Tigers' few lefties don't make a right

Padres right-hander Tyson Ross has been much better lately than his career record, which on Sunday he elevated to 10-28.
Detroit News Apr 13, 2014

Less-than-sharp Scherzer roughed up as Tigers drop series finale

With three in the fourth off Max Scherzer, now 0-1 after three starts, the Padres downed the Tigers 5-1 at Petco Park. With the win, the Padres won the series, two games to one.
Grand Rapids Press Apr 13, 2014
Padres 5, Tigers 1: Max Scherzer allows four runs in five innings; Detroit goes 2-3 on road trip

Padres 5, Tigers 1: Max Scherzer allows four runs in five innings; Detroit goes 2-3 on road trip

Scherzer struck out 10 but struggled at times. He was hurt by three walks and saw a high pitch count limit him to just five innings of work. SAN DIEGO -- Max Scherzer had an up-and-down outing. The Detroit Tigers had an up-and-down road trip. Scherzer struck out 10 but struggled at times Sunday afternoon as the Tigers suffered a 5-1 loss to the San Diego Padres. The Tigers lost two of three to the Padres and finished their interleague road trip with two wins and three losses. Scherzer (0-2) was hurt by three walks and saw a high pitch count limit him to just...
Grand Rapids Press Apr 13, 2014
Seventh-inning stretch: Padres 4, Tigers 1

Seventh-inning stretch: Padres 4, Tigers 1

Max Scherzer walked the first two hitters in a three-run fourth inning for the Padres and was forced from the game after five innings due to a climbing pitch count. SAN DIEGO -- Max Scherzer struggled at times. So did the offense for the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers certainly appeared to have the advantage when it came to the pitching matchup, but the San Diego Padres got the best of them early and hold a 4-1 lead through six innings. Scherzer walked the first two hitters in a three-run fourth inning for the Padres and was forced from the game after five innings...
Grand Rapids Press Apr 13, 2014
Open thread: Detroit Tigers at San Diego Padres (chat)

Open thread: Detroit Tigers at San Diego Padres (chat)

The Tigers have an opportunity to finish their five-game West Coast road trip with a winning record. There will be NO IN-GAME UPDATES. Please join the conversation in the comments section. If you're viewing this on a mobile device, click here. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (6-3, 1st in AL Central) at San Diego Padres (4-7, 4th in NL West)When: 4:10 p.m.Where: Petco Park in San DiegoTV: Live on Fox Sports Detroit-PlusRadio: 97.1 The Ticket and the Detroit Tigers radio networkTwitter: Follow Chris Iott The Detroit Tigers have an opportunity to take the...
Detroit Free Press Apr 13, 2014

Tigers lineup: V-Mart catching, Scherzer hitting

4 p.m., FSD-plus: Follow along as the Tigers end their National League West road trip with a matinee in San Diego.
Grand Rapids Press Apr 13, 2014
Detroit Tigers Gameday: Victor Martinez starting at catcher; series finale to be broadcast on FSD-Plus

Detroit Tigers Gameday: Victor Martinez starting at catcher; series finale to be broadcast on FSD-Plus

Max Scherzer is on the mound for the Tigers, who have split the first two games of the series and are 2-2 on their five-game interleague series. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (6-3, 1st in AL Central) at San Diego Padres (4-7, 4th in NL West)When: 4:10 p.m.Where: Petco Park in San DiegoTV: Live on Fox Sports Detroit-PlusRadio: 97.1 The Ticket and the Detroit Tigers radio networkTwitter: Follow Chris Iott STARTING PITCHERSDetroit TigersMax Scherzer (0-0, 1.20 ERA)Lifetime vs. Padres: 1-1, 2.63 ERA San Diego PadresTyson Ross (0-2, 4.35 ERA)Lifetime vs. Tigers:...
Detroit News Apr 13, 2014

Tigers-Padres lineups: Max Scherzer takes aim at first victory

In two starts, Scherzer has give up just two earned runs over 15 innings, with 15 strikeouts, but has a pair of no-decisions. Scherzer's ERA is 1.20 and his WHIP is 0.93.
Grand Rapids Press Apr 13, 2014
Ben Verlander's hitting tips must have worked after big brother Justin got two hits with Tigers

Ben Verlander's hitting tips must have worked after big brother Justin got two hits with Tigers

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Ben Verlander isn’t the only hitter in his family now. He’s got some competition from his big brother. The West Michigan Whitecaps outfielder got a kick out of seeing his older brother - Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander - get his first career hits on Saturday night in a 6-2 win over the San Diego Padres.... GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Ben Verlander isn’t the only hitter in his family now. He’s got some competition from his big brother. The West Michigan Whitecaps outfielder got a kick out of seeing his older brother - Detroit Tigers pitcher...
Grand Rapids Press Apr 13, 2014
Miguel Cabrera makes adjustment to swing, comes through in key spot for Detroit Tigers

Miguel Cabrera makes adjustment to swing, comes through in key spot for Detroit Tigers

After he went 0-for-4 with a strikeout Friday night in a 6-0 loss, Miguel Cabrera made it clear that he needed to work on the mechanics of his swing. One day later, he looked a lot more like the Cabrera of old. SAN DIEGO -- The great ones figure things out quickly. After he went 0-for-4 with a strikeout and grounded into a double play at a key moment Friday night in a 6-0 loss, Miguel Cabrera made it clear that he needed to work on the mechanics of his swing. One day later, he looked a lot more like the Cabrera of old. Cabrera went 1-for-4 with a strikeout and...

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