“We, as fans, got the change that we’ve been asking for the entire series,” Valenti said Thursday. “We got seven run from them because of it. It worked.”
For those selling Detroit Tigers gear, business has been brisk.
On a pitching rotation that includes All-Star Game starter Max Scherzer, ERA champion Anibal Sanchez and 2011 Cy Young and MVP winner Justin Verlander, one can easily be overlooked.
Instead of being the first hitter of the game to try and pick apart the opposing pitcher, Jackson got to watch seven other guys do it first, and he said it helped.
Austin Jackson was dropped from first to eighth in the batting order, and suddenly the Boston Red Sox couldn’t get him out.
All the buzz heading into Game 4 was about Jim Leyland’s lineup.
By: Pat Caputo @patcaputo98 1. The Red Sox discarded Iglesias for the sole purpose of augmenting their pitching staff by acquiring Jake Peavy from the White Sox in a three-way trade (the Tigers sent outfielder […]
Rather than worry about the lack of offense, though, the Tigers simply credited John Lackey.
After a season of relative chaos, Justin Verlander finally looks settled in.
Some losses sting more than others, and the last two losses by the Detroit Tigers fit in categories that rank among the worst.