You’d think a team losing the defending American League ERA champ, Anibal Sanchez, would be in trouble, but the Tigers’ starting pitching is extraordinary.
When Tigers star Miguel Cabrera goes on Intentional Talk, the show inevitably lives up to its billing as “The Best Interview in Baseball.”
The Detroit Tigers have put pitcher Anibal Sanchez on the 15-day disabled list because of a blister problem.
Yan Gomes hit a two-run triple, Zach McAllister allowed a run and four hits in six innings and the Cleveland Indians held on for a 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night.
Tonight’s scheduled game against the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park has been postponed due to inclement weather.
Jose Iglesias is the latest injury, out indefinitely now with fractures in both legs.
Justin Verlander will be first out on the mound in 2014, and it will be his seventh straight Opening Day start.
Detroit’s Anibal Sanchez allowed one hit in two scoreless innings Sunday in a game that eventually ended in a 0-0, 10-inning tie between the Tigers and an Atlanta Braves split squad.
Unlike previous seasons, this year Justin Verlander may have some competition as the Opening Day starter for the Detroit Tigers.
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.