For the second straight year, the American League Most Valuable Player award has become grounds for debate between baseball traditionalists who believe Miguel Cabrera deserved to win the award and fans of advanced metrics who feel as though Mike Trout got robbed. Did Cabrera deserve a second straigh…
Shane Victorino hit a go-ahead grand slam in the seventh inning, and the Boston Red Sox beat the Detroit Tigers, 5-2, at Fenway Park on Saturday to win the American League pennant and advance to the World Series.
Getting ready for game 3 of the ALCS this afternoon at Comerica Park with Justin Verlander on the mound for the Tigers taking on the nasty Boston Red Sox. Justin has been looking good in post season play.
The Tigers advanced Thursday to join the Red Sox, Dodgers and Cardinals in the field for Major League Baseball's 2013 League Championship Series. Here's a preview of the next round of the baseball playoffs in the National and American leagues:
Get ready showtime tonight is 8:07 pm and the Tigers with Justin Verlander on the mound again after he pitched a shutout just a little over a year ago. The Tigers are back where they were last year on the brink of make it or break it.
The late afternoon sun will be shining on Comerica Park today at 5:07pm when the first pitch is thrown for Game 4 of the American League Division Series between our Detroit Tigers and Oakland Athletics.
The American League Division Series with our Detroit Tigers taking on the Oakland A’s gets underway tonight at 9:30. Max Scherzer, the only 20-game winner in the Major League this season is matched up against the 40 year old Bartolo Colon.
Miguel Cabrera hit his 40th home run and had an RBI single to help “Super” Max Scherzer become baseball's first 18-game winner this season as the Tigers knocked off the Royals by a score of 6-3 Sunday afternoon.