David Price vs. Justin Verlander. The hitters who will have to deal with such problems are beneath the cut.
Two of the bigger complaints surrounding the Tigers recently: Max Scherzer is inconsistent and Miguel Cabrera is underperforming. So it’s no surprise, then, that in a game in which Scherzer put together a third consecutive good start and Cabrera broke out with four hits and a homer, the Tigers dusted off the light-hitting Rays 5-2 […]
The Tigers travel to Metrodump South Tropicana Field as they open a four game set against the Tampa Bay Rays, who I’m told play the game the right way (as well as with copious amounts of pine tar). Lineups after the jump.
The Tigers are looking to take an improbable two of three in Texas with Doug Fister on the mound against Roy Oswalt and the Rangers. Lineups after the jump.
The temperature at first pitch on Tuesday night was 103 degrees. You can’t call the Tigers’ bats in the first inning that hot because they only had one hit, but two runs to start the game will always be a welcome incense. But after the first inning, Yu Darvish acclimated to the climate, did not […]
When Drew Smyly isn’t picking, he’s pitching, and he pitches tonight for the Tigers in the second of a three-game series with the Texas Rangers. Lineups after the jump:
The trade deadline is inching closer, and rumors are heating up. Last week I took a look at the second base market (hint: it sucks). Today we’ll take a shot at the corner outfield market, which is slightly more robust. Brennan Boesch and Delmon Young continue to underwhelm, Andy Dirks is still shelved for the […]
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If you’ve been paying attention to the site over this last week, you’ve noticed that my name hasn’t been attached to the byline in any of the recent posts. This has nothing to do with the fact that the Detroit Free Press has asked me to be a columnist and everything to do with the […]