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.
In one of the great examples of clutch pitching you will ever see, Justin Verlander struck out Alex Gordon with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth to close out a thrilling 3-2 win for the Tigers over the Kansas City Royals.
In one of the most incredible games played in Comerica Park’s 13 year history, the Tigers came from three runs down in the 9th inning to tie the game, and two runs down in the 11th inning to beat Boston 13-12 on a two-run, walk-off home run from Alex Avila.
It didn’t end exactly the way the Tigers might have wanted – but in the end, the Tigers had a walk-off win, a 3-2 Opening Day victory over the Boston Red Sox.
The voice of the Detroit Tigers, Dan Dickerson joined us on the show today and like everyone else in metro Detroit, he expects big things from the Motor City Kitties in 2012.
The Detroit Tigers play their first spring training game of the year on Friday in Lakeland, Florida, and individual game tickets are going on sale for the 2012 season.
A big day for Detroit Tigers fans, as pitchers and catchers hold their first full workout at spring training in Lakeland, Florida.
Jack Morris was once again left out of the Baseball Hall of Fame this past week as Barry Larkin was the only player selected.
Pat Caputo and the voice of the Detroit Tigers Dan Dickerson took a few moments to talk about the Tigers off season thus far.
With no margin for error, the Detroit Tigers used home run power, a lucky bounce, and an incredible performance from Justin Verlander to stay alive in the ALCS with a 7-5 win over the Texas Rangers.