1. 3 Reasons WhyAusmus Was Right to Name David Price His Opening Day Starter

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  2. Verlander Understands Why His Streak of Starting Openers Is Ending

    Justin Verlander would much rather be a pitcher than a spectator on opening day. But he said he understands entirely why Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus passed over him for David Price as the opening day starter...

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  3. David Price Named Tigers' 2015 Opening Day Starter over Justin Verlander

    For the first time in seven seasons, Justin Verlander won't take the hill for the Detroit Tigers on Opening Day, as that honor has instead been given to David Price...

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  4. Tigers' Price Named Opening Day Starter, Snapping Verlander's 7-Year Streak

    For the first time since 2007, someone other than Justin Verlander will start Opening Day for the Detroit Tigers ...

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  5. Justin Verlander Will Not Be Opening Day Starter for the First Time Since 2007

    For the first time since 2007 someone other than Justin Verlander will make the Opening Day start for the Tigers , as manager Brad Ausmus announced that David Price will get the Game 1 assignment...

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  6. Anibal fans six, retires 13 straight in bounce-back start

    Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez bounced back from a pair of subpar starts in a big way on Thursday afternoon, turning in a dominant performance in an eventual 10-inning scoreless tie against the Nationals ...

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  7. Miguel Cabrera Wheeled out to Batting Practice in a Wheelbarrow [VIDEO]

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  8. Ian Kinsler Stays Hot at Plate, Detroit's Ninth-Inning Rally Falls Just Short

    If you weren't entirely convinced that Ian Kinsler's shoulder was A-OK, perhaps his performance Wednesday might've changed your mind.....

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  9. Romine, Perez preparing for emergency-catcher duties

    Tigers first baseman/DH Victor Martinez's days of catching, even as an emergency option, appear to be over for now. For Andrew Romine and Hernan Perez, the catching days might be beginning...

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  10. 5 Detroit Tigers Who Will Determine If Team Is a 2015 Contender

    The Detroit Tigers will face their toughest challenge for American League Central supremacy in years this season...

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  11. Romine, Perez Work out at Catcher in Case of Emergency

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  12. Tigers Should Be Better Defensively, but Don't Expect Major Turnaround in 2015

    Nate Silver is smarter than I am. So are at least 6.5 billion other people on earth. But Silver is the one who developed the PECOTA projections that Baseball Prospectus uses, so that's why he's being singled out here...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 1 month ago 140 reads 0 comments

  13. Meet the Next Surprise Arm out of Tigers Bullpen

    He is a 24-year-old right-hander from Detroit 's prospect hatchery in Venezuela who even a month ago had an outside shot at shaking up Detroit's bullpen cast...

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  14. Strasburg Strikes out Five as Nationals Top Verlander, Tigers

    LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) — Stephen Strasburg struck out five in four scoreless innings to lead the Washington Nationals over the Detroit Tigers and Justin Verlander 6-4 Tuesday...

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  15. Strasburg Leads Nationals over Tigers and Verlander 6-4

    LAKELAND, Fla. -- Stephen Strasburg struck out five in four scoreless innings to lead the Washington Nationals over the Detroit Tigers and Justin Verlander 6-4 Tuesday...

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  16. Verlander: 'My Slider Was Horrible [Today]'

    Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander surrendered four earned runs on five hits and one walk in four innings while striking out three and serving up two home runs in Tuesday's 6-4 loss to the Nationals ...

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  18. Price Rebounds with Smooth Start Against Cards

    JUPITER, Fla. -- Cardinals right-hander John Lackey's Grapefruit League debut was perfect and Tigers lefty David Price's third outing this spring wasn't bad either...

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  19. Ex-Tigers P Reed Faces Trial on Sex Charges

    DETROIT -- Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Evan Reed is scheduled for trial in July on sexual assault charges.....

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  20. Miggy, V-Mart Nearing Returns to Spring Games

    Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez both began running the bases on Saturday, putting both players on a track closer toward readiness for Spring Training games.....

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  21. How Verlander Can Still Be Elite with Lower Velocity

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  22. Healthy Rondon Expands Tigers' Late-Inning Options

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  23. Tigers' Rondon Hits 100-M.p.h. in Spring Debut

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  24. Windsor: Nathan, Rondon, J.V. Comebacks Crucial for Tigers

    LAKELAND, Fla. – It's not easy adjusting expectations after being the best at something. Nor is it easy surviving the aging process in a sport as unforgiving as baseball...

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  25. How Are Ex-Tigers Faring? Fielder, Kelly, Valverde, More

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