Kansas City Royals

Scherzer and Fister Combine for Tiger Win
Max Scherzer pitched the first five innings and Doug Fister the next three as the Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals 6 – 3.  It was all part of manager Jim Leyland’s master plan to get his pitching staff set up for the playoffs...
Penny, Tigers Hammered by Royals
Kansas City Star, Getty Images Detroit Tiger starter Brad Penny once again had difficulty providing a solid pitching performance for the Tigers in a 10 – 2 loss to the Kansas City Royals.  Penny surrendered seven runs to the Royals in four innings of work...
Tigers Beat Royals with Walk-off Homer
Detroit Tiger starter Doug Fister pitched six innings of perfect ball prior to surrendering a run to the Kansas City Royals in the seventh inning, last night.  The Tigers managed to tie it up later and send it to extra innings where Tiger Ramon Santiago hit a “walk-off&CloseCurlyDoubleQuo…
Tigers Head to All-Star Break with Win!
Tiger hitters produced just enough offense to help Justin Verlander pick up his 12th win of the year.  The final score:  Tigers 2, KC Royals 1.  Verlander threw 119 pitches in 7 2/3 innings for the win vaulting Detroit into first place in the AL Central...
Tiger Pitching Pounded by Royals in Loss
Starter Charlie Furbush was roughed up by the Kansas City Royals Saturday night in KC.  The final:  KC 13 – Tigers 6.  Furbush gave up nine hits and nine runs in 2 2/3 innings pitched for the loss.  Brennan Boesch and Ryan Raburn provided much of the hitting power, with Boe…
Tigers Win Two in a Row
The Detroit Tigers won their second game in a row last night, this time in the series opener against the Kansas City Royals.  The final score:  Tigers 3 – Royals 1.  Starter Max Scherzer pitched a strong 6 & 2/3 innings giving up six hits and one earned run.  ...
Tigers Head Home to Open Home Season with Loss
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.  The Tigers led the game three different times with timely off…