Ian Kinsler surprises Tigers prospect with a gift

Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler is going into his tenth year in Major League Baseball and will make $14 million this season. The four-time All-Star player has not forgotten about where he once was and he proved that by giving Tigers prospect Wynton Bernard a gift he will never forget. Earlier in the week, … Read more

Tigers are Making some Changes with Alex Avila

Detroit’s backstop is started out with a different look this season.  Alex Avila is back behind the plate, but he is making some changes to his approach of the game.  Avila is now sporting a new goalie style hockey mask instead of his usual face mask and helmet.  He is also changing up his catching … Read more

What is Next for Tigers Following Injury to Martinez?

Going into spring training, the Detroit Tigers knew that they would already have one superstar on the shelf and limping into the regular season with limited playing time. Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera is currently rehabbing from his foot surgery in December. The man who protects him in the deep and powerful Tigers lineup will now also … Read more

MLB.com Ranks All Players, 5 Tigers in Top 50

The 2015 Season Fantasy Preview from MLB.com has been released and it contains a ranking and projected stats of all major league players. Brian Manzullo at the Detroit Free Press has found where all the Tigers ended up on the list. http://t.co/ymsKEFXCV6 ranked 800-plus major league players. Here's where the Tigers landed: http://t.co/sQeUzb7bxD — anthony … Read more

These Five Home Runs Will Have You Begging For Baseball To Begin

New Year’s Eve is a day for reflection on the past year, and what better way to do that than with five of the most memorable home runs of the 2014 Tigers season? As we wait for the warm weather to come back and hear the crack of the bat again, take solace in the … Read more

Miggy, Avila, Kinsler finalists for Gold Gloves

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As the baseball season is slowly coming to a close, it’s that time of year to recognize the best that was in 2014. Major League Baseball announced the finalists for the 2014 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards, and 3 members of the Tigers were on the American League’s list.

1B Miguel Cabrera, C Alex Avila, and 2B Ian Kinsler are all finalists for the award that recognizes the best with the use of their mitts.

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Game One Recap: Tigers Embarrassed, Lose 12-3

The Detroit Tigers headed into this game, and this series, as slight favorites over the Baltimore Orioles. By the time game one was done, Detroit was kadsghakdsghad. Here is how it all went down in Baltimore this evening. Chris Tillman was able to get off to a fast start for the Orioles bu striking out … Read more

9/28 Tigers Roundup: Postseason Schedule, Tigers Celebrate 4th Straight Central Crown

–The Tigers clinched their 4th straight American League Central Division title on Sunday afternoon in front of a sold-out Comerica Park crowd. David Price pitched 7 1/3 shutout innings and the bullpen held on strong as Detroit beat Minnesota 3-0. Ian Kinsler had a 3rd inning solo home run and added a key 8th inning … Read more

Tigers Roundup: Magic Number Down To 4, Possible Playoff Clinch Tonight, Final Series Looming

The Detroit Tigers were able to beat up on the Chicago White Sox in the finale of their three game series to increase their division lead to 1.5 games and lower their magic number to 4 to clinch the division. Kansas City takes on the Cleveland Indians tonight in Cleveland. If KC loses that game, … Read more

Tigers Roundup: Tribe in town, Pink Out the park, playoff schedule and tickets, and more

–The Detroit Tigers (80-66; 2nd in AL Central) begin a huge 3-game series tonight when the Cleveland Indians come to town. The Indians (76-69; 3rd in AL Central) are hanging on to slim playoff hopes, sitting 4 games back of 1st place, and 3 1/2 behind the Tigers. Meanwhile, Detroit is sitting a half game … Read more

Tigers Score in Every Inning to Crush Colorado

102 years. 28 United States Presidents. Two World Wars. The addition of two of the United States. 101 World Series Champions. It has been over a century since the Detroit Tigers had scored in every inning of a home game. On Saturday night, the 42,811 fans who were in attendance at Comerica Park (not to … Read more

Tigers Cash In On Explosive 1st Inning

DETROIT – It took all of one-third of an inning for the Tigers to match their total offensive output of the previous four games combined, peppering White Sox starter Hector Noesi for six hits and six runs in the bottom of the first inning. After Austin Jackson struck out to begin the bottom of the … Read more