Dombrowski’s Greatest Hits

If David Dombrowski had fleeced any more of the MLB’s General Managers, he’d be an Anti-Sheepmite. Joking aside, let’s take a look at some of the young men that Dombrowski has siphoned off and the value that DD has brought to the D. This list excludes all signings, so if you’re looking for Ivan Rodriguez, … Read more

Tigers Tops Jays Late, Sanchez Injured

After virtually no offense against the Yankees, the Tigers offense sprang to life in the ninth inning against the Blue Jays Friday night. Nick Castellanos and Eugenio Suarez hit back-to-back home runs in the top of the ninth to give the Tigers a 5-4 lead. The Blue Jays loaded the bases in the bottom half … Read more

UPDATE: Anibal Sanchez Leaves Game With Injury

TORONTO, Ontario — Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez left the game in the 5th inning after appearing to suffer a right arm injury. The official diagnosis is a right pectoralis strain. He will be evaluated tomorrow. Prior to being pulled, Sanchez was seen stretching his arms and was later greeted by Kevin Rand and Brad … Read more

On Deck: Tigers at Blue Jays

The all of a sudden slumping Detroit Tigers (62-50; 1st in AL Central) limp north of the border for a weekend series with the Toronto Blue Jays. After a big weekend against the Rockies back home, Detroit’s offense suddenly went cold in the 4-game series against the New York Yankees, managing just 6 runs the … Read more

Tigers fall in pitchers duel 1-0

Rick Porcello gave up an RBI ground rule double to Steven Drew in the fourth inning today as the Yankees capped a series win over the Tigers. The Yankees defeated two of the last three Cy Young award winners over the series. Drew’s double was the only extra-base hit allowed by either team today. New … Read more

Swami’s Top 50 Tigers of All-Time Part 1

[tps_header]There have been 1,592 players that have worn the Olde English D for the Tigers. Narrowing that number down to only 50 was a hard task. My parameters excluded anyone who did not wear the uniform for at least four seasons. They also had to have some level of contribution in batting or pitching. Each … Read more

Tigers win in 12, Price debut great

David Price showed why Dave Dombrowski traded for him, and Alex Avila surprised many, as the Tigers beat the Yankees in 12 Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, 4-3. The scoring got started in the top of the first when Victor Martinez hit a fly ball to left, deep enough to score Rajai Davis for a … Read more

McCarthy, Yanks Lock Down Tigers Bats

According to Elias Sports Bureau, the Yankees are the first team to face the past three Cy Young award winners on three consecutive days. Monday night, they sure didn’t look intimidated by that fact as they beat the Tigers 2-1 in the first game of a three-game set at Yankee Stadium. Max Scherzer gave up … Read more

On Deck: New York Yankees

The Detroit Tigers (61-47, 1st place Al Central) were able to end their home stand on a nice note with a convincing three game series sweep of the Colorado Rockies. The Tigers will now depart on a nine game road trip with the first series being against the New York Yankees. The Yankees aren’t what … Read more

Sanchez Silences Rockies in Tigers 4-0 Win

Victor Martinez hit a 3-run home run to cap off a 4-run 3rd inning and Anibal Sanchez struck out 12 in the Tigers 4-0 win to sweep the Colorado Rockies on Sunday at Comerica Park. The veteran right hander threw 7 scoreless innings and allowed just 2 hits while throwing 117 pitches. Sanchez had all … Read more

9th Annual ¡Fiesta Tigres! Honors Pudge Rodriguez

For the past nine years, the Tigers have celebrated the contribution of players from Latin America by throwing the ¡Fiesta Tigres! celebration, which always brings back one former Tiger. Past honorees include Ozzie Virgil, the first Latino Tiger, Guillermo “Willie” Hernandez, the 1984 American League MVP and Cy Young Award winner, Carlos Guillen, and Juan … Read more