Trending is a poll which ranks who is getting talked about the most on the Detroit sports scene.
Let’s take a look at whether Cabrera’s ejection was – as Tigers manager Jim Leyland thought – unwarranted.
Miggy is not in the Detroit Tigers’ lineup for the third straight game for Monday’s matchup against the Red Sox.
A listener sent us his rendition of “The Miggy Mash” …
Detroit Tigers superstar Miguel Cabrera left Thursday’s game after hurting his abdomen while making an awkward slide trying to stretch a single into a double.
Max Scherzer, who goes for his 20th victory today, is one of three pitchers ever in the history of the game to win his first 19 of 20 decisions.
It is not every day one sees a Major League Baseball player impersonate the smoking of Jim Leyland and the hip-shaking of Shakira in the same interview.
Champ: Miguel Cabrera for having another fabulous weekend, hitting 2 home runs in the series against the Mets and well on his way to his second straight A.L. MVP Award.
Davis, since the All-Star break, has gone yard nine times. Slowly but surely, Cabrera is catching up.
Only Chris Davis stands between Miguel Cabrera and baseball history.