Prince Fielder was thrown out at home plate to end the game, preserving Ervin Santana’s impressive outing and leading the Kansas City Royals to a 1-0 victory Saturday night over the Detroit Tigers.
All that improvement, and then … a game like Thursday.
Even hours after Miguel Cabrera hit one of those home runs that define legends, the Tigers were still celebrating.
Alex Avila’s two-run double in the fifth inning put Detroit ahead, and Doug Fister pitched eight impressive innings for the Tigers in a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night.
The bottom line is that Detroit starters have lasted just five innings or fewer in four of the last five games.
The last five starting pitching performances might have stripped some of that confidence – and with good reason.
(ARLINGTON, TEXAS) – Based on Doug Fister’s short, but telling, road history in Texas, the Rangers should feel confident they can get the best of another Detroit Tigers starting pitcher. The surging Rangers look to […]
Dan Haren, much like his Washington Nationals, has used a recent surge to bounce back from a less-than-ideal start.
Alex Avila hit a two-run home run in the ninth inning, lifting the Detroit Tigers to a 4-3 win over the Houston Astros on Friday night.
The Tigers announced Monday that starter Doug Fister was not charged for two questionable runs in Sunday’s no-decision against the Angels, MLive.com reports.
If the Los Angeles Angels are to complete another home sweep of the Detroit Tigers, they’ll likely need to be the first opponent this season to get the best of Doug Fister.