Delmon Young and Brennan Boesch homered for Detroit, but Tigers fall 6-5 on a squeeze play.
Well today ought to be fun. The Tigers lose again to the hapless Mariners and there are several people who can play fall guy. Perfect. Take it away Terry…
I have to admit I went to bed last night. Early.
Detroit reliever Phil Coke is speaking out against bullying.
The Detroit Tigers have reached one-year deals with right-hander Rick Porcello and left-hander Phil Coke, avoiding arbitration with both pitchers.
According to the Tigers’ manager, Justin Verlander was going deep into Game 5 of the American League Championship Series on Thursday, and Phil Coke would finish up.
Saturday at Comerica Park is the last chance for fans to donate their gently used baseballs, softballs and gloves for the Tigers “Gloves For Kids” program.
The Tigers are looking for new or gently used baseball and softball equipment to donate to children across Michigan.
When Jim Leyland announced early Thursday morning that Phil Coke is no longer in the starting rotation, I think it’s safe to say that nobody was surprised.
Tigers left-hander Phil Coke is moving back to the bullpen after struggling in his first half-season as a regular starter.