The Detroit Tigers today announced the club has agreed to 2013 contracts with righthanded pitchers Doug Fister and Rick Porcello, lefthanded pitcher Phil Coke, catcher Alex Avila and outfielders Brennan Boesch and Austin Jackson.
The Tigers returned to Detroit early Friday morning and are now facing an uphill battle after losing the first two games of the World Series to the San Francisco Giants.
As the Tigers and Giants square off in the World Series — some key question come to mind. Who has the best hair? Who has the best beard / facial hair? It’s time to Pick-A-Side!
Phil Coke is a funny guy.
Phil Coke remembered the only other time he had in AT&T Park. Back then, he was a student at San Joaquin Delta College and just another fan.
The Tigers are headed back to the World Series. The Tigers completed a four game wipeout of the New York Yankees with an 8-1 win in game four yesterday. The Tigers equaled their home run […]
Tigers reliever Phil Coke spent some time with the media Wednesday night before going home after the Game 4 rainout.
Phil Coke was the pitcher who was called in to replace Verlander in the 9th.
Maybe you already thought the Tigers won in the Curtis Granderson for Austin Jackson (and others) trade.
When outfielder Austin Jackson tracks down a deep fly or Detroit Tigers teammate Phil Coke throws a scoreless inning of relief, New York general manager Brian Cashman doesn’t fret about the fact that both players could still be Yankees.