Bouncing back against the Indians, Guthrie allowed a pair of hits in 5 2-3 innings: Brandon Moss’s home run on a full-count pitch in the fourth and a double by Santana in the sixth.
Detroit Tigers president and general manager Dave Dombrowski says it was a necessity to bolster the team’s bullpen.
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.