The Tigers are headed back to the World Series. The Tigers completed a four game wipeout of the New York Yankees with an 8-1 win in game four yesterday. The Tigers equaled their home run […]
New York fans and New York media can be brutal, but in respect to their knocks on Alex Rodriguez, it is deservedly so.
One thing is for sure, nobody ever gets sick of celebrating!
The energy in Detroit was electric Thursday night as thousands of thrilled Tiger fans celebrated their team’s dominating ALCS win over the Yankees.
A massive celebration is underway in Detroit as the Tigers have won the American League pennant; now headed to the World Series.
Alex Rodriguez was benched twice for the same game.
Granderson joins A-Rod on the bench Thursday after another hitless night in Game 3 dropped the center fielder to 3 for 29 with 15 strikeouts.
Tigers reliever Phil Coke spent some time with the media Wednesday night before going home after the Game 4 rainout.
Tickets for Wednesday’s game marked ALCS Home Game #2 are now valid for the game to be played on Thursday, Oct. 18.
This time, ending the New York Yankees’ season means the Detroit Tigers will return to the World Series for the first time in six years.
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