Detroit pitcher Phil Coke had a miserable start to last night’s contest with the Seattle Mariners that the Tigers were unable to recover from. Coke walked the first two batters he saw and it just got worse from there
What a great, “late” night of sports last night! With both major sports franchises in action on the west coast, the Red Wings were on Fox Sportsnet and the Tigers on Fox Sportsnet Plus. That being said … there will be a lot of tired folks at their places of employment today
The Detroit Tigers continue to be mired in a team wide batting slump. A couple of Tigers like Miguel Cabrera and Brennan Boesch, have been moderately successful … the rest of the team is off to a slow start
The Detroit Tigers started off their west coast swing with a 3 – 0 shutout of the Oakland Athletics. Phil Coke picked up his first win as a starting pitcher. Coke and two relievers combined on a three-hitter, Ryan Raburn hit a two-out RBI double in the seventh inning to break a scoreless tie
The Tigers took the second game in two days with a walk-off run in the bottom on the ninth inning yesterday at Comerica Park. The Tigers beat the Texas Rangers 3 – 2 with a ninth inning home run by third baseman Brandon Inge
The Detroit Tigers continue to struggle at bat. Last night at Comerica Park, Starter Justin Verlander was able to limit the explosive Texas Rangers to just two runs in a 2 – 0 loss. Verlander pitched well enough to win and deserved better
The Detroit Tigers dropped the rubber game of a three game set with the Baltimore Orioles last night before heading home for the first time this season. And once again, it was the middle relief pitching that brought them down
Detroit Tiger catcher Alex Avila decided to take Manager Jim Leyland’s words of advice to heart and “have some fun”. Leyland had observed that Avila wasn’t playing as loose as he did when he played at Alabama
The Detroit Tigers have today off after helping the Orioles open their home schedule with a 5 – 1 loss to the birds in Baltimore. Tiger pitchers have given up a 3 run homer in each of their first four games
The Detroit Tigers opened up the 2011 baseball season with a loss to the New York Yankees yesterday in the Big Apple. The final score … 6 – 3. Homers from Mark Teixeira and former Tiger Curtis Granderson sealed the fate of the Tabbies in the season opener
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