Cespedes for NL MVP? Not as crazy as you think

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.   On July 31st of this Major League Baseball Season, the Detroit … Read more

FLASHBACK: 1968 World Series, Game 7, 9th Inning – Tigers vs. Cardinals

In what was the 1968 World Series-clinching Game 7, Mickey Lolich outpitched the great Bob Gibson as the Detroit Tigers defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1. The 1968 World Championship was the third in the history of the Tigers. Lolich went the distance and earned the win in Game 2, Game 5, and Game 7. Mr. … Read more

Series Recap: Tigers win key series in St. Louis

The Tigers bats opened up the series in St. Louis right where they left off.  The bats came alive in game 1 of the series, followed up by an extra innings game 2, and finished off with a dud in game 3.  While the Tigers picked up there second series win, 2-1, they are still … Read more

On Deck: Detroit Tigers @ St. Louis Cardinals

The Detroit Tigers finished off the Minnesota Twins with authority Thursday afternoon with a 13-run explosion in the final game of the series. Every starter in the lineup recorded at least one hit, with the exception of left fielder Yoenis Cespedes. First baseman Miguel Cabrera connected on two balls for home runs on Thursday, putting him at 398 for his … Read more

News and Notes: Tigers jump on Indians, Cabrera climbs the charts, Detroit ties MLB record

The Detroit Tigers improved to 4-0 on the season with a win over the Cleveland Indians (8-4 Final), Miguel Cabrera continues to climb up the Tigers’ record books and Detroit tied a modern day MLB record. All of this in today’s news and notes.

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Tigers News and Notes: Tigers defeat the Cardinals, Miggy goes yard again, Injury updates

Miguel Cabrera photo

Miguel Cabrera and Alex Avila each hit their second home run of Spring Training as the Detroit Tigers defeated the St. Louis Cardinals. We have a brief game recap, a roster move, and an injury update which includes Justin Verlander, on this daily edition of Tigers News and Notes.

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MLB schedules Game 162 across the league for 3 p.m. ET first pitch

With March Madness being at its absolute height, it has become more and more apparent that multiple games going at on at the same time is one of the best ways to garner excitement across all sports.

For the 2015 season, the MLB season has decided to join in on the action.

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News and Notes: Tigers lose, injury updates, Romine & Perez to both head north?

Not a lot happening out of Tigers camp today, as the past couple of days have been fairly quiet. While that is good news on the injury front, it was not a good thing in today’s loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.

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News and Notes: Tigers lose to Marlins, Miguel Cabrera travels with team for first time this spring

In what turned out to be a mostly uneventful day as far as baseball goes, the Detroit Tigers fell to the Miami Marlins while Miguel Cabrera made his first road trip of the season.

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May is ‘National TV Month’ for Tigers

The Detroit Tigers will dominate the Sunday Night Baseball games on ESPN this  May. ESPN released the schedule and has Detroit in 3 out of 5 featured games that month. The 4-peat Central Division Champions will be nationally televised for games with Kansas City, St. Louis, and the Los Angeles Angels on May 10, 17, and … Read more