Nearly 20 Former Tigers Filling Prominent Roles On Playoff ContendersThis isn't an across-the-board case of the Tigers misjudging talent, although a couple such incidents stand out.
5 Things: Mets Advance to World SeriesThe New York Mets are headed to their first World Series since the 2000 Subway Series.
Your Rooting Guide For The 2015 MLB PlayoffsThe fact that your favorite team couldn't hack it this year isn't a good enough reason to sit on the sidelines all of October as the MLB postseason gets underway. Here are some teams you might want to root for... or against.
This Week In Baseball: Who To Root For If Your Team's Out Of The MLB Playoff HuntIs your team eliminated from the postseason? We're here to help you enjoy the rest of the year.
At End Of Their Contracts, Scherzer, Hunter Address FutureThe 2014 contracts of Scherzer, Martinez, Hunter, Chamberlain and Coke total more than $45 million, according to Spotrac.
Tigers Stunned By 'Heartbreaking' Loss, Elimination From Playoffs"Even though we were down 2-0, all of us expected for us to win this game," Alex Avila said, "and when you don’t, it’s heartbreaking."
Déjà Vu: Tigers Bullpen Again Hampering Postseason RunPhil Coke now has a postseason ERA of 27.00. Joakim Soria has a postseason ERA of 45.00. Joba Chamberlain has a postseason ERA of 108.00.
One Goal Achieved, More Ahead: Tigers 'Didn't Break' Joba Chamberlain Says, But 'We've Bent A Little Bit'At some points this season, it looked like the Tigers - a World Series favorite since before the season began - could end up as a wild card or even miss the playoffs altogether.
Tigers Win Another Division Title, Stronger Thanks To Season's StrugglesWith the pressure on - the Tigers ultimately delivered, shutting out Minnesota, 3-1.
Ausmus On Boos In Blowout Loss: 'If I Was In The Stands, I'd Be Booing, Too'Whether the Tigers find their form Sunday or not, back-to-back blowout losses to the last-place Twins leave a sour taste for the team.
Avila On AL Central Race, Tigers-Royals Series: 'The Best Team Will Come Out'Tigers manager Brad Ausmus stated the obvious when he called the series the biggest of the season to date.
Scoreboard-Watching Season In Session As Tigers Try To Catch Royals 39-year-old Detroit Tigers closer Joe Nathan has seen his share of pennant races, and for him, Sept. 1 marks the start of scoreboard watching.