The Cleveland Indians took a marathon roller coaster ride in Arizona.
When a club is struggling to hit, as are the Kansas City Royals, it probably would prefer not to face a pair of aces in the next two games.
To add a player to the 40-man roster, the Tigers will have to drop one, obviously.
The Detroit Tigers took what manager Brad Ausmus called a “baby step” in the right direction Thursday, defeating the Kansas City Royals and snapping a three-game losing streak.
“If you’re managing a struggling team and you do something radical … you kind of lose some of the players,” Ausmus said.
Winners of seven straight and 12 of their last 16, the Royals trail the Tigers by just a game and a half in the division standings.
“I know this team is running a lot more,” Gardenhire said of the AL Central leaders.
I was sure this year’s version of the Tigers would struggle severely, at least early.
Detroit Tigers tickets are some of the most expensive in baseball at an average secondary market price of $105.09 and the top five series across the Detroit Tigers schedule are even higher in price.
They shut off the lights, cranked up the music and turned their clubhouse into a nightclub.