No word on who won…
The Tigers achieved a dramatic and overwhelming comeback Tuesday night largely on the strength of Castellanos, Avila, Suarez and Davis.
The Tigers are trying to accomplish something no other Major League team has ever been able to obtain.
What do I mean by all-in? I mean it’s time for the Tigers to make a bold blockbuster deal.
Justin Verlander- This is the second straight year Verlander has gone through a tough stretch at this time of the year.
“We certainly don’t want to play the way we played,” Ausmus said, “but this isn’t Armageddon.”
A newspaper with a large, front-page photo of Ausmus arguing sat on the manager’s desk.
Martinez has three homers in the last four games. He does not put too much stock in the sudden power surge.
Pujols has made about $155,040,436 in his big league career already and has another $189 million more coming his way. Sherrill should have held the ball hostage and got paid. Pujols could afford it.
By now you know this 2014 edition of the Detroit Tigers looks a bit different than in years past.