1. Brad Ausmus Sticking with Joe Nathan as the Tigers' Closer

    Joe Nathan had another bad day at work this afternoon, blowing his seventh save of the season when he allowed a run in the ninth inning in an eventual 10-inning, 3-2 loss to the Blue Jays ...

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  2. Soria Leaves Game with Left Side Strain

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  3. Tigers 'Not Worried' About Miggy's Recent Struggles

    TORONTO -- It's not very often that Miguel Cabrera will go hitless in five at-bats in a game. In fact, he had only done it six times since 2011...

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  4. Price's Tigers Debut Draws Amazing Ratings

    David Price made his first start with the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday after getting traded by the Tampa Bay Rays at baseball's trade deadline...

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  5. Back-to-Back HRs in 9th Help Tigers Beat Blue Jays

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  6. Tigers Rally to Beat Blue Jays 5-4

    TORONTO -- Nick Castellanos tied the game with a two-run homer in the ninth inning and Eugenio Suarez followed with a go-ahead shot as the Detroit Tigers rallied to beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-4 on Friday night...

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  7. Anibal Sanchez Injury: Updates on Tigers Pitcher's Pectoral and Return

    Updates from Monday, Sept. 15 Jason Beck of MLB .com updated Anibal Sanchez 's recovery: Updates from Saturday, Sept. 6 Matthew B. Mowery of the Oakland Press has an update on Anibel Sanchez: Updates from Tuesday, Aug...

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  8. Tigers' Sanchez Strains Pectoral Muscle

    .@AnibalSanchez19 left tonight's game with a right pectoralis strain. He will be further evaluated tomorrow. .....

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  9. Anibal Exits in 5th vs. Jays with Apparent Injury

    Anibal Sanchez is done with an injury it appears, so LHP Blaine Hardy gets the ball to face lefty Goins with two out. # Tigers #BlueJays .....

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  10. Lineup: Miggy, Hunter, Suarez All Return vs. Jays

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  11. Sex Assault Hearing for Detroit Tigers Minor League Pitcher Evan Reed...

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  12. Tigers-Blue Jays preview

    Neither the Detroit Tigers nor the Toronto Blue Jays are generating much offense heading into Friday night's series opener...

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  13. Tigers' Dirks Unable to Play on Rehab Assignment with Hamstring Injury

    TOLEDO, Ohio -- Detroit Tigers outfielder Andy Dirks had his 20-day minor league rehabilitation assignment transferred.....

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  14. Tigers Catching Prospect McCann Getting Close at Toledo

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  15. Miggy Given Rare Reprieve for Finale vs. Yanks

    NEW YORK -- Miguel Cabrera was not in the Tigers ' starting lineup on Thursday, but he was summoned to pinch-hit in the ninth inning of a 1-0 loss to the Yankees ...

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  16. Porcello's Strong Effort Goes Unrewarded in Bronx

    NEW YORK -- With two on and none out in the ninth inning and trailing by a run, the Tigers had their best scoring opportunity of the afternoon on Thursday...

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  17. Ranking Alex Avila Against Other AL Catchers

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  18. Nick Castellanos Was Chased by Goats Herded by Monkeys on Dogs

    Tigers rookie Nick Castellanos was asked his weirdest baseball moment for MLB .com's chatting cage. It happened in West Michigan (naturally!).....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 156 reads 0 comments

  19. A Theory for Why Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera Isn't Producing at Usual Level

    NEW YORK — Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera is not the same hitter he's been the last few seasons. That's not to say he won't be again. It's just to say he isn't right now...

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  20. Miguel Cabrera Not in Lineup Today; Torii Hunter, Eugenio Suarez Still Sidelined

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  21. No Miggy, Hunter or Suarez Today vs. Yanks

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  22. Tigers' David Price Records 10th Double-Digit Strikeout Game of 2014

    After fanning 10 in Tuesday's extra-innings victory over the New York Yankees , the Detroit Tigers ' David Price registered his 10th double-digit strikeout performance of the 2014 season...

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  23. Charities, Fans to Benefit from Scherzer Fantasy League

    DETROIT -- Max Scherzer is extremely competitive and fascinated with statistics. That extends off the mound, even off the diamond, and into other sports, where he has long.....

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  24. Johnson Throws Bullpen Session in New York Before Heading to AAA

    NEW YORK -- Newly signed Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Jim Johnson stopped by the Big Apple before heading to Toledo...

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  25. Tigers' Max Scherzer Becomes 16th in Franchise History with 1,000 Strikeouts

    After fanning four batters in Monday's loss to the New York Yankees , Max Scherzer of the Detroit Tigers became the 16th pitcher in franchise history to record 1,000 career strikeouts, per Lee Sinins ' Baseball Encyclopedia ...

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