Derek Hill scores from second on routine fly ball

In Sunday afternoon’s matchup at Comerica Park, the Detroit Tigers found themselves trailing the Tampa Bay Rays in the eighth inning five to two. Four straight hits later the Tigers had pulled to within one run after a Miguel Cabrera single with the bases loaded. Cabrera was replaced by speedster Derek Hill, who moved to second on … Read more

Harold Castro launches 2nd longest home run of 2021 Detroit Tigers season [VIDEO]

Well, this afternoon wasn’t a complete loss for the Detroit Tigers. In the bottom of the 5th inning against the Oakland Athletics, Harold Castro launched a home run that sailed 447 feet and landed in the shrubs, the second longest long ball of Detroit’s 2021 season behind Akil Baddoo’s 450 foot blast against Houston earlier … Read more

Detroit Tigers release lineup for series opener vs. Red Sox

The Detroit Tigers are back at it tonight after a much-needed day of rest yesterday, as they bring in the Boston Red Sox to Comerica Park for a three-game set. RHP Wily Peralta will be on the mound tonight, while both Harold Castro and Willi Castro take the infield. The full lineup: Here's how we … Read more

Miguel Cabrera lifts up Harold Castro for ‘Simba Cam’ at Comerica Park [Video]

MLB: Minnesota Twins at Detroit Tigers

One thing is for sure, the Detroit Tigers are currently having a lot of fun! On Sunday, during their series finale against the Minnesota Twins, Miguel Cabrera and Harold Castro were having more fun than anyone as they decided to participate in ‘Simba Cam’ at Comerica Park. Take a look as Miggy holds up Castro … Read more

Detroit Tigers release lineup for 3rd game vs. Angels

Following two straight losses to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Detroit Tigers will be attempting to get back into the series when they play their 3rd game in Southern California tonight. Harold Castro will be getting the start at SS tonight, as the flight carrying Isaac Paredes from Toledo was delayed following the … Read more

Tigers announce update to lineup for finale vs. White Sox

The Detroit Tigers have announced an update to their previously released lineup for this afternoon’s finale against the Chicago White Sox. 1B Jonathan Schoop had been made a late scratch due to left hand soreness; he was hit in the hand by a pitch during yesterday’s game. In his place, Harold Castro will start at … Read more

Detroit Tigers welcome back Harold Castro for Game 2 vs. Indians

The Detroit Tigers will be looking to get back into the win column tonight as their series against their division rival Cleveland Indians continues. Embed from Getty Images They’ll welcome back Harold Castro, who was reinstated from the Injury List and had been so since August 19. He’ll take over for Daz Cameron, who was … Read more

Detroit Tigers announce roster moves after blowout loss to Indians

The Detroit Tigers were’t able to rebound from yesterday’s shoutout loss at the hands of the Kansas City Royals, and their playoff chances are now all but officially over. Embed from Getty Images They dropped a 10-3 decision tonight at Comerica Park to the Cleveland Indians, dropping them to seven games below .500 with only … Read more

Detroit Tigers skipper Ron Gardenhire to “ad-lib” RHP Jordan Zimmermann’s role

The Detroit Tigers have announced a few roster moves ahead of their divisional series against the Chicago White Sox. First and foremost, manager Ron Gardenhire has announced that RHP Jordan Zimmerman, who made his season debut yesterday against the St. Louis Cardinals, won’t have a defined role – but would rather play it by ear. … Read more

Detroit Tigers recent 7-game slide could affect their Trade Deadline plans

The Detroit Tigers got off to a better start in the shortened 2020 campaign than almost anyone could have anticipated, going 9-5 out of the gate. What’s happened since then has been nothing short of a nosedive. They’ve lost seven straight games (including three more to division rival Cleveland, making it 20 consecutive defeats at … Read more

2022 Detroit Tigers: A Return to Relevance

We have all heard the narrative, seen the similarities, and witnessed their performance. The 2019 Detroit Tigers are a lousy baseball team, just as the 2003 Tigers were a terrible baseball team. 2003 marked the lowest point of a decade long funk the Tigers had been experiencing, finishing with a winning percentage of .265, and … Read more