Patience is a virtue, but so is the ability to adapt to changing circumstances.
The Tigers sit just 3.5 games out of first at the break, and should make a run at the post-season
If this isn’t a career crossroads for Brennan Boesch, it’s definitely an ‘S’ curve.
Drew Smyly (blood blister on left middle finger) left his June 10 start. His status for his next start was uncertain.
Detroit Tigers left-hander Drew Smyly had the AL’s lowest ERA a month ago.
In what Manager Jim Leyland called “of the best wins of his career”, the Tigers rallied from a 6-0 deficit – and then had to hang on to beat the Chicago White Sox, 10-8.
Managers walk a fine line between conveying a sense of panic and making moves when a change is called for.
Brennan Boesch crushed a line drive home run to right to extend his hitting streak to nine games.
Brennan Boesch drove in four runs on his 27th birthday, leading the Detroit Tigers to their fifth win in six games to start the season, 7-2 over the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday.
Brennan Boesch is not your typical No. 2 hitter.
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