The Detroit Tigers worked hard during the season to shore up their vulnerable bullpen, and despite those efforts, a lack of dependable relief arms took a dramatic toll Sunday.
Once regarded as the insurmountable weakness of an otherwise World Series-bound team, the relief pitching of the Detroit Tigers is edging back toward respectability.
Clearly, the Detroit Tigers have some solid relief pitchers. The question is whether they have enough.
It’s challenging to keep your sense of humor when discussing Jose Valverde.
Omar Infante – Infante is a solid hitter with a relatively live bat, who has far better range defensively than most major league second basemen.
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 Tiger’s first game of the 2013 season was encouraging.
There were three big stories at Tigers Spring Training coming into this season.
With opening day only two weeks away, Detroit Tigers starter Drew Smyly might have picked the wrong time to go into a slump.
Remember Rick Porcello? That tall lanky kid who was a pitcher for the Tigers, he wore #48? He’s gone.