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Tigers Lose To The Twins in Game One
It was another pleasant night, in the Motor City, to watch a baseball game, but the weather wasn’t able to produce a win for the Tigers, who lost to the Twins 9-4.
Detroit was first to score in the bottom of the 1st with Mahtook homering to left-field...
Tigers Sink Pirates In Game Three
It was a beautiful night for baseball in downtown Detroit, Wednesday and the Tigers topped-off the evening with a 10-0 shut-out over the Pittsburgh Pirates, allowing only one hit.
Ian Kinsler began the evening by scoring on a single by Nicholas Castellanos...
Tigers Beat The Birds in Game Two
The Tigers continued their winning streak by beating the Baltimore Orioles 5-2 in game two of Friday evening’s game.
The Tigers ripped into action, in the 1st inning, when Jim Adduci homered to left-field putting Detroit on the board 1-0. Bal...
Tigers Fight the Rain, Shut Down Yankees
The Tigers and Yankees sat around for more than four hours waiting for the rain to move out, and seven and a half hours after the scheduled first pitch, the Tigers had a 2-0 win.   With that victory, Detroit took the series in the Bronx, two games to one...
Tigers beat the New York Yankees 4-3.
The Detroit Tigers beat the New York Yankees 4-3 Tuesday night in the Bronx.     First baseman John Hicks hit a three-run homer.    Justin Upton added a solo shot off CC Sabathia. Anibal Sanchez started and pitched into the 7th inning for the win...
Tigers Roughed Up in the Bronx
The Tigers lost to the Yankees 7-3 on Monday night in New York.  Michael Fulmer started and gave up seven runs, six of them earned, in six innings pitched.   The Yankees got all the runs they would need in the fourth of  Fulmer, after a leadoff walk to Aaron Judge and an error by…
Verlander Still a Tiger
There were rumors that Justin Verlander might be traded by the Tigers, the only team he's ever played for.  That didn't happen.
Tiger Trade Rumors as Deadline Approaches
Baseball's official trade deadline is on Monday, July 31, 2017 at 4 p.m. EST.     So far, the only deal the Detroit Tigers have made is trading right fielder J.D. Martinez to the Diamondbacks for three infield prospects.

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