Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon has run out of superlatives to describe Felix Hernandez.
The Cleveland Indians took a marathon roller coaster ride in Arizona.
How many dogs could you take down in one sitting at a ball game?
Everyone has World Cup fever and even Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander tried to show off his skills over the weekend.
Max Scherzer pitched six strong innings, Miguel Cabrera homered and drove in three runs, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 10-4 on Sunday for a three-game sweep.
Verlander allowed two runs in seven innings and Phil Coke struck out three batters in the tenth inning for his first save of the season.
Vizquel, the first base and infield coach for the Tigers, remains wildly popular with Indians fans, who gave him a standing ovation on Saturday.
Detroit Tigers held on for a 6-4 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Friday night.
Maybe there’s a little Lonnie Baseball to go with Johnny Football in Cleveland.
Johnny Manziel had scrambled away long before Asdrubal Cabrera came to the plate in the 12th inning.