Prior to their series against he Kansas City Royals, the Detroit Tigers announced they have activated Michael Pineda from the IL.
Don’t look now but the Detroit Tigers actually have a chance to sweep a series when they host the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday afternoon. Prior to Sunday’s game, the Tigers announced a pair of roster moves, including placing SP Michael Pineda on the injured list. Pineda fractured his finger on Saturday after being hit by … Read more
The Detroit Tigers lost starting pitcher Michael Pineda this afternoon after only 20 pitches; he departed the game in the top of the 2nd inning after being struck on his pitching hand on a line drive by Baltimore’s Ramon Urias. After the game, a 3-0 Tigers win, manager A.J. Hinch delivered unfortunate news regarding Pineda’s … Read more
The Detroit Tigers are looking for their second straight victory this afternoon at Comerica Park against the Baltimore Orioles, but they’ll have to do so without the services of starting pitcher Michael Pineda. He was struck on his pitching hand by a line drive from Baltimore’s Ramon Urias, a ball that left his bat with … Read more
UPDATE: Detroit Tigers manager A.J. Hinch spoke to the media just moments ago and he called Michael Pineda “the most likely candidate” to start Thursday’s game against the New York Yankees. A.J. Hinch said Michael Pineda is "the most likely candidate" to start Thursday vs. NYY — Cody Stavenhagen (@CodyStavenhagen) April 19, 2022 PREVIOUS REPORT: … Read more
UPDATE: On Friday, news broke that the Detroit Tigers had placed SP Casey Mize on the 10-day IL list with a right elbow strain. Well, according to a report from MLive, Mize will likely be replaced in the rotation by Big Mike. Big Mike, of course, is Michael Pineda, who expected to join the Tigers … Read more
They may not have gotten their first choice but on Friday, the Detroit Tigers agreed to a contract with starting pitcher, Michael Pineda. According to a report from Evan Petzold, Pineda has a one-year contract with the Tigers, pending his physical. Jon Heyman is reporting that the deal is for $5.5 million, plus $2.5 million … Read more
We are going to have baseball in 2022 as Major League Baseball and the MLBPA finally got their crap together and came to an agreement on a new CBA. Though many believe that the Detroit Tigers are a team to watch this year in terms of a sleeper who could make a run at a … Read more