The Tigers annual hot stove radio show begins again tonight at 7:00 p.m. on “The Ticket” (97.1FM) and online at http://www.tigers.com.
The Detroit Tigers finished a night honoring the 1984 World Champion Detroit Tigers in the most dramatic of ways – with the rarest of hits: with the Tigers down by three in the bottom of the 9th, Rajai Davis hit a walk-off Grand Slam to deliver an incredible 5-4 win for the Tigers.
There are certain games that produce great moments, moments you appreciate just for the situation – say, Miguel Cabrera against a closer in the 9th, with two on, two outs, and the Tigers down a run.
On a day you couldn’t have drawn up any better, with Comerica Park filled to overflowing, the newest Tiger delivered a perfect ending to an incredible Opening Day.
The new rookie manager of the Detroit Tigers has stayed busy preparing for the season, and now is no time to let off the gas.
Going into Tuesday night’s game with Oakland, the Detroit Tigers found themselves in a spot they had never been in under Jim Leyland – facing elimination in Game 4 of a first round series.
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It wasn’t that long ago that some were wondering why Miguel Cabrera – for all of his unquestioned greatness as a hitter – wasn’t hitting better in the late innings.
Ninth inning comebacks are rare in baseball. The Detroit Tigers had rallied to win twice all season when they trailed after eight innings.
On a memorable, history-making night at Comerica Park, Anibal Sanchez struck out a franchise-record 17 batters, and the Detroit Tigers pounded the Atlanta Braves in the opener of a three game weekend series, 10-0.