Texas Rangers legend Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez has been elected to the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Detroit Tigers had been held scoreless for 18 innings until Ian Kinsler’s 3-run home run in the ninth inning on Saturday night.
Here in Detroit, we know just how good our sports teams look, but now they’re getting some national love.
The Detroit Tigers say the fan who was hit by a foul ball in Friday night’s game was released from the hospital Saturday.
Wolf finally cracks back into the big leagues on his 39th birthday Saturday night looking to help the Detroit Tigers close in on the Texas Rangers in the AL wild-card race.
A fan sitting behind the Tigers’ dugout was struck by a rocketing foul ball off Anthony Gose’s bat.
“I kind of always wanted to live in a way where when I look back when I’m 50 years old, I don’t want to look back with any regrets. I had to give it one more try and see what I had in the tank.”
“I definitely felt like I was turning a corner, feeling really good on the mound. And that happens, it’s a little frustrating.”
“He doesn’t have the same stuff he had when he first got called to the big leagues but he was pretty young at that time. He knows how to pitch. He’s a real good teammate, a real good guy.”
On a night where two Tigers pitchers went to the disabled list, and the team orchestrated a trade in about two hours to acquire a veteran to fill out the rotation, right-hander Alfredo Simon turned in his most brilliant performance of the year.