1. ESPN's Keith Law Seemingly Likens Tigers' Brad Ausmus to 'Psychopath'

    Detroit -- ESPN's Keith Law has Tigers fans riled up again. One day after Tigers manager Brad Ausmus made a poor joke about domestic abuse -- and the same day Ausmus apologized, ...

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  2. Video: Martinez's Solo Homer Gives DET Lead

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  3. MLB Spokesperson: League Will Take No Action

    DETROIT -- Major League Baseball has left the comment Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus made Wednesday in the past.....

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  4. Miguel Cabrera's Declined Production Part of Detroit Tigers' Slump

    DETROIT - Miguel Cabrera is not slumping as much as some fellow stars on the Detroit Tigers . Compared to pitching teammates like starter Justin Verlander and closer Joe Nathan, first-baseman Cabrera is having a more-than-respectable season...

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  5. Tigers Manager Brad Ausmus Apologizes After 'I Beat My Wife' Joke

    The Tigers lost to the Royals on Wednesday afternoon (box score), their third straight loss and 20th in their last 29 games. They've gone from seven games up in the AL Central to 1...

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  6. Tigers Call Up Right-Handed Pitcher Chad Smith

    DETROIT — Following a loss to the Kansas City Royals Tuesday night, and in need of relief help after short outings by Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer, the Detroit Tigers called up right-handed relief pitcher Chad Smith from Triple-A Toledo...

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  7. Tony Gwynn's Death Sobers Up Tigers to Chewing Tobacco's Hazards

    Detroit – As the news of Tony Gwynn's death at age 54 spread through the Tigers clubhouse Monday, J.D. Martinez leaned over to teammate and fellow outfielder Austin Jackson...

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  8. Decision to Cut Ties with Reed 'Absolutely Not' Connected to Investigation

    DETROIT -- Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said Wednesday morning that Evan Reed's ongoing legal situation related to a sexual assault investigation played no part in the team's decision to cut ties with the right-handed reliever...

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  9. Tigers Designate Evan Reed for Assignment Solely for on-Field Struggles

    The Tigers designated right-handed reliever Evan Reed for assignment on Wednesday, after he posted an 8.38 ERA over his last 10 appearances, dating back a month...

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  10. Tigers out of Division Lead for 1st Time This Season

    Although Justin Verlander gets most of the scrutiny, Max Scherzer also has had his struggles in the Detroit Tigers ' one-month dive from baseball's best record to second place in the AL Central...

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  11. Scherzer Struggles Mightily vs. Red-Hot Royals

    DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers fell out of first place with a thud. The Kansas City Royals pummeled Tigers starter Max Scherzer for 10 runs Tuesday night as they rolled to an 11-4 ...

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  12. Tigers Lineup: Hunter (Hamstring) Sitting

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  13. Question 2: What's Wrong with Verlander?

    Through May 9, his first eight starts, Verlander was 4-2 with a 2.67 ERA and everything looked good even if there were a few warning signs that his domination was starting to slip. Since then, he's completely fallen apart, going a disastrous 2-5 with a 7.

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 135 reads 0 comments

  14. Ausmus Has No Plans to Skip Verlander's Start

    Justin Verlander knows a change is needed. Skipping a start isn't it. Following another rough start Monday, Verlander was asked whether he'd consider skipping a start to try and figure out the reason behind his recent struggles...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 71 reads 0 comments

  15. Justin Verlander Struggles with Decreased Velocity

    Justin Verlander is mired in his worst stretch as a major leaguer, a 7.83 ERA over seven starts, during a season in which he's exhibited the lowest fastball velocity of his career...

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  16. Justin Verlander Understands Boos: 'I'd Probably Boo Myself, Too'

    DETROIT >> It wasn't exactly a cascade, but there were boos when Justin Verlander left the mound after Monday's less-than-stellar start, when his command woes continued...

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  17. Tigers Honor Gwynn with 'TG 5.5' on Infield

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  18. Hunter Exits with Right Hamstring Cramp

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  19. Hunter Exits vs. Royals with Injury

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  20. Searching for Relief

    ***Note: This was written following the Friday night shutout, and prior to Blaine Hardy being called up from Toledo. Consider it from the perspective of Dave Dombrowski looking at his options on Saturday morning...

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  21. Drew Sharp: Tigers Shouldn't Bail on Closer Joe Nathan

    Perhaps the apt parallel for the Tigers ' bullpen strategy is the classic proverb of throwing (ahem) against the wall with the promise something inevitably must stick.....

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  22. Tigers Prep for First 'Big' Series of Season Against Surging Royals

    Detroit — Get ready for the first “big” series of the season. It's only June, but the Tigers and Kansas City Royals are about to embark on an intriguing four-game series in what's become a tight Central Division race...

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  23. Tigers Top Twins 4-3 on 9th-Inning Sac Fly

    DETROIT -- J.D. Martinez's ninth-inning sacrifice fly scored Torii Hunter with the winning run and the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 4-3 Sunday...

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  24. I Think the Tigers Have Solved Their Shortstop Problem

    Their bullpen is still a hot mess, but the Tigers have finally figured out how to live in a post-Jose Iglesias world...

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  25. Suarez Leads Tigers to 12-9 Victory over Twins

    Rookie Eugenio Suarez hit a leadoff homer and a run-scoring double in Detroit's seven-run third inning, and the slumping Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 12-9 on Saturday...

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