Release of Lowe, resurgence of Sanchez puts Mike Pelfrey in hot water

MLB: Spring Training-Baltimore Orioles at Detroit Tigers

With only one week of spring scrimmages to go, Major League Baseball teams have to make some pressing decisions regarding the Opening Day personnel. The Detroit Tigers are no exception, as they made their first real noteworthy decision on Sunday, cutting reliever Mark Lowe. The Tigers will eat up his $5.5M guaranteed salary for the … Read more

WATCH: Tigers’ Mark Lowe drills 30-yard field goal

The Detroit Tigers stopped by the Big House in Ann Arbor on their Caravan Tour. While there, Mark Lowe showed off some impressive non-baseball skills. Watch and see: It's good! Mark Lowe connects on the field goal. 🏈⚾️〽️ #DETCaravan pic.twitter.com/ATcrqgASeW — Detroit Tigers (@tigers) January 20, 2017 With day 2 of the Caravan complete, the Tigers now turn their attention … Read more

5 Biggest Takeaways from 2016 Detroit Tigers

The curtain has come down on another baseball season. Hard to imagine, feels like they just had Opening Day in South Beach not that long ago! Unfortunately for fans of the Detroit Tigers, the season is ending prematurely after a tough 1-0 loss on Sunday in Atlanta, officially eliminating them from playoff contention. There’s so much … Read more

Weekly Recap: Tigers again squander chances to gain ground in playoff chase

I’m not really too sure which one is more surprising and disappointing – the fact we split at home in a four-game series against baseball’s worst team in the Minnesota Twins, or that we continued to flounder and act like a minor league ball club in two games of a weekend series against the Cleveland Indians. We … Read more

Chicago’s four-run 8th inning downs Detroit, Tigers fall to White Sox 7-4

The Detroit Tigers were looking to take the three-game series from the Chicago White Sox in Wednesday afternoon’s contest. Anibal Sanchez looked to turn in a solid start and assist with keeping the Tigers in the thick of things regarding the playoff picture. Sanchez went five innings, scattered eight hits, gave up three runs and struck … Read more

Weekly Recap: Tigers struggle with Angels again, unable to gain ground in playoff chase

The good news after last week is the Detroit Tigers did not lose any ground in the American League playoff chase. The bad news is that after consecutive losses to a last-place Angels club over the weekend, Detroit failed to gain any significant ground on any other contenders in the AL. The Tigers had an absolutely golden … Read more

Tigers offense musters just four hits, Detroit drops rubber match 5-0 to Angels

After a horrendous night Saturday, the Tigers are looking to bounce back from their game 2 loss at the hands of the Angels. Anibal Sanchez toed the rubber looking to continue his August dominance, in which he is 2-1 in five starts with a .366 ERA and 26 strikeouts while holding opposing hitters to a .216 average … Read more

Tigers offense stays quiet, musters just three hits vs. Danny Duffy, Royals in 6-1 loss

Tonight the Tigers looked to bounce back from a rough game Monday night from their offense. The offense provided no punch in their 3-1 loss to the Royals in game number one and they looked to Justin Verlander (12-6, 3.42 ERA)  to  win his 13th game of the season and get the Tigers back to their winning ways. … Read more

Detroit Tigers season described through song

Ah, the life of a Tigers fan. We’ve seen a lot of ups and downs over the last handful of years, why would this year be any different? This year alone has seen it’s fair share of peaks and valleys, leaving us all wondering what the last two months of the season have in store … Read more

Hisashi Iwakuma silences Tigers’ bats, Seattle shuts out Detroit 3-0

Coming off a 7-2 homestand and having won ten of their last 12 games overall, the Detroit Tigers kicked off a six-game road trip on Monday with the first of three games in Seattle against the Mariners. Game 1 featured two completely different pitchers – rookie sensation Michael Fulmer (9-2, 2.42 ERA) opposed crafty veteran Hisashi Iwakuma … Read more

Weekly Recap: Two more series wins caps off strong 7-2 homestand

Plenty of reasons to be happy if you’re a fan of the Detroit Tigers. They have found a groove as of late, now having won four straight series and ten games in their last 12 tries. Just when everyone thought they were unable to garner any sort of consistent good play, they flipped that script in … Read more

Zimmermann struggles in first game back from DL, Tigers lose to White Sox 6-3

The Detroit Tigers came into Thursday afternoon’s contest against the Chicago White Sox riding an eight-game winning streak. Jordan Zimmermann was on the mound, the first time doing so since landing on the DL in early July. Zimm just didn’t have it and didn’t look mechanically well on the mound. He lasted just and 1 … Read more

Offense explodes for 14 runs, Tigers take down the Astros 14-6

The Detroit Tigers returned home from a three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park to do battle with the Houston Astros. Matt Boyd toed the slab for the Tigers as he looked to assist in getting Detroit off to a good start in the first game of a three-game series. Boyd lasted … Read more

Mike Pelfrey struggles mightily, Tigers fall to the Royals 8-4

On Saturday, the Tigers gave the ball to Mike Pelfrey, who had a strong finish to the first half allowing just two ER over 12.1 IP in his previous two starts. Pelfrey was hoping to give the Tigers another win over the Royals after needing to come from behind on Friday night for a 4-2 victory. … Read more