Bullying In The NFL? Lions Weigh In: Harassment Common, Incognito Is Not“We don’t ask much. Food, maybe, on Saturdays before the road games, cold water before meetings start, but we love those guys and we do keep them close to us because their growth is important to the success of this team,” Raiola said.
Even After Hard Hit, Avila Calls Home Plate Collisions 'Part Of The Game'Avila said twisting his knee made an old injury flare up, but he seemed to expect to play Saturday in Game 6.
Alex Avila Placed On 7-Day Disabled List With Delayed Concussion SymptomsThursday he took a foul tip to the side of the head, and when he reported dizziness, the Tigers removed him from the game.
Jeremy Bonderman Pitches Three Scoreless Innings In Return To TigersIt would be hard to script a more powerful, victorious return to form than what Jeremy Bonderman experienced Wednesday, pitching for the Detroit Tigers for the first time since 2010.
Tigers Win 11th Straight With Help From Unsung HeroesIf the Tigers can continue to get contributions from all over its lineup and bullpen like it has the last couple of weeks, Detroit might see another World Series yet.
Calvin Johnson Working Like He's 'Trying To Make The Team'“Megatron” himself explained one area he has been working on – seeing the field more like quarterback Matthew Stafford.
Managers Vote Cabrera, Scherzer, Leyland Among Baseball's BestBaseball America recently released its "MLB 2013 Best Tools" list, and the Detroit Tigers are all over it, with players - and manager Jim Leyland - placing in the top three of 10 categories.
Tigers On Hot Streak Despite Injured Miggy, Lagging PrinceThe enhanced contributions of Avila and Coke, along with so many others on the team, have paid dividends.

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