Starter Justin Verlander tossed seven and one third innings of solid ball and Phil Coke cleaned up the rest of the way in beating the Texas Rangers 7 - 5 yesterday afternoon. The Detroit Tigers bats woke up as they got homers from Alex Avila, Ryan Raburn
The Detroit Tigers picked up their 12th in a row and another come from behind win with late inning heroics from anumber of guys. This time Ryan Raburn and Alex Avila hit ninth inning homers to send the game int
The Detroit Tigers managed to find a way to make up for starter Rick Porcello’s erratic pitching performance to beat the Minnesota Twins last night, 8 – 1. Tiger hitters picked up 16 hits, with Delmon Young, Ryan Raburn a
Starter Doug Fister picked up his first win as a Detroit Tiger last night. The Tigers took their second in a row against the Texas Rangers, 5 – 4. Fister allowed three runs, two earned, on eight hits in seven innings. Jose
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.
The Tigers were the recipients of good pitching from starter Max Scherzer and relief pitchers Al Albuquerque, Joaquin Benoit and Jose Valverde in route to a 6 – 2 win over Cleveland. The Tigers also picked up back to back homers from Jhonny Peralta and Ryan Raburn to break the game open in the 4th inning
It’s starting to sound like a broken record. The Detroit Tigers continue to struggle at the plate and with their relief pitching. Last night it was Jose Valverde’s turn to give up late inning runs to an opponent
The Seattle Mariners found a strange way to post a 7 – 3 win at Comerica Park last night. The Mariners seem to have Tiger starter Phil Cokes’ number. Coke faced the Mariners for the second time in a week, and was on the wrong end of another lopsided score
Last night, the Detroit Tigers showed the offensive power expected all season long. The Tigers pounded the Chicago White Sox, 9 – 3 at Comerica Park. The Tigers also benefitted from a strong starting effort from ace Justin Verlander
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