Cabrera and Fielder both struck out swinging with runners at the corners to end the eighth inning as the Boston Red Sox held on to beat the Tigers 1-0 Tuesday for a 2-1 lead in the AL championship series.
The Detroit Tigers had it set up perfectly: Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder coming to the plate with a chance to tie the game, or even take the lead.
- The third game of the American League Championship Series has been delayed due to a power outage at Comerica Park in Detroit.
Downtown Detroit businesses are being asked to turn on their lights for the Tigers game Tuesday night, in an effort to cast a positive glow on the city.
We won’t be able to properly put Sunday’s Game 2 debacle into context until we find out what happens in the rest of the ALCS.
A Boston police officer says he’s humbled by the attention he’s received since photographs of him raising his arms in jubilation after the Boston Red Sox hit a grand slam against the Detroit Tigers appeared in newspapers and on the Internet.
“You look at the back of Hall of Famers and bubble gum cards, there’s seasons that are down,” Verlander said.
Detroit manager Jim Leyland said he should have told Benoit that they did not want Ortiz to beat them.
Motown icons the Four Tops are set to perform the national anthem at Game 3 of the American League Championship Series in their hometown of Detroit.
Despite all he cannot do, those who know still say Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera is still the most dangerous hitter in baseball.