9 Most hated Detroit sports athletes in recent history

One thing is for sure, Detroit fans are extremely passionate about their sports. The athletes that play hard, do well, and show loyalty will always have a place in the hearts of the fans. That being said, if a player does not do those things, they will soon become hated for all time. Here is … Read more

Top 10 ‘Biggest’ Detroit Tigers since 1990

When we think about the best athletes in the world, we usually think about players who are in tip-top condition. They can run fast, jump high, and always seem to have a physical advantage over their competition. But when looking at the definition of the word athlete, we found the following: ath·lete a person who is … Read more

Top 9 Tigers players Detroit fans loved to hate

There is no question about it that the Detroit Tigers have some of the most passionate fans in the world. When their team is winning everything is great, but when they start losing, look out! Throughout the team’s history, the Tigers have had some players that have really managed to get under the fans’ skin. … Read more

Dear Tigers Fans: Your Francisco Rodriguez hate is misplaced

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins

NOTE: The views expressed in this EDITORIAL do not necessarily reflect the views of Detroit Sports Nation or a majority of its writers and should not be misconstrued as such. The views contained within are the views of the author and the author alone. Are you exasperated about Francisco Rodriguez? Do you complain to your friends about how … Read more

Section 313, Seat No. 4: Some burning questions I cannot figure out

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Tampa Bay Rays

Section 313 seat no. 4 Welcome to Section 313, seat no. 4. This week we’re going to look at a few questions I have been asking myself since the Minnesota series. If you want to catch up on previous week’s thoughts, click here. So the Tigers sit at 8-7 after a devasting sweep at the … Read more

Francisco Rodriguez is putting continued closer search to rest for Tigers

Since the 2005 MLB campaign, Francisco Rodriguez has only went two seasons without recording at least 20-plus saves in a season. He’s been a model of consistency at the back-end of a bullpen. Back in 2008, Rodriguez set the major league single season record for most saves in a season. He tallied 62 total saves … Read more

Top 5 relief pitchers in Detroit Tigers history

Due to the recent struggles of Tigers’ relief pitching, it may be hard for some Tigers fans to imagine that there are some great relief pitchers who have graced the Old English D. To jog your memory, here is Detroit Sports Nation’s Top 5 relief pitchers in Detroit Tigers history.

Tigers Bats Wake Up, Valverde Falters In 7-5 Walkoff Loss

[show_scoreboard scbd_id=”66″]   It took a few games of questions, but the Detroit Tigers were finally able to figure out their hitting woes when they were defeated in walk off fashion by the Baltimore Orioles 7-5 tonight. The five runs were two more than the Tigers have scored in the past three games, when they were shut out in … Read more

Detroit Tigers | Bats Push Tigers Past Tribe, 11-7

[show_scoreboard scbd_id=”60″]   WP: Verlander (5-4)    LP: Jimenez (3-3) CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Detroit Tigers hung on in the late innings to defeat the Cleveland Indians 11-7 in a rain-filled game tonight at Progressive Field. Detroit jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the 1st inning and never relinquished the lead, as Ubaldo Jimenez … Read more