The Tigers are 5-2, but it sure doesn’t feel like it.
The Detroit Tigers bullpen looks a bit like Jekyll and Hyde – perfectly capable and normal one day, downright frightening the next.
Detroit fans are upset and they have every right to be, but I believe they are angry at the wrong guys.
So the Tiger’s bullpen is fine now?! What a difference two weeks makes.
The Detroit Tigers need help and not just in the bullpen.
This is going to be a tough call for Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski.
From solid to suddenly in tatters is the state of the Tigers’ bullpen.
Detroit has four left-handers in its bullpen, and manager Jim Leyland thinks that’s not right.
Three consecutive losses, three consecutive bullpen failures. There’s not much question about what part of the Tigers needs shoring up. Detroit had a nice seven-game winning streak going until Monday against Toronto.
Detroit manager Jim Leyland says his lineup will be figured out in about a week and the starting pitching is set, leaving the biggest fight in camp for spots in the bullpen.