The Tigers achieved a dramatic and overwhelming comeback Tuesday night largely on the strength of Castellanos, Avila, Suarez and Davis.
The Detroit Tigers finished a night honoring the 1984 World Champion Detroit Tigers in the most dramatic of ways – with the rarest of hits: with the Tigers down by three in the bottom of the 9th, Rajai Davis hit a walk-off Grand Slam to deliver an incredible 5-4 win for the Tigers.
It’s never good to get cocky when you are the Twitter account for a Major League Baseball team and that’s exactly what happened to the Oakland A’s last night.
Needless to say, Jackson’s catch was relegated to secondary status in the realm of highlights from Monday’s game.
Eugenio Suarez struck out but Sean Doolittle walked Austin Jackson — just the second walk he has issued this season — to load the bases.
Detroit Tigers Torii Hunter, Austin Jackson, Rajai Davis and Tigers great Willie Horton were on hand for Saturday’s opening ceremonies.
The Tigers have had some pretty interesting people and things throw out the first pitch this season so far.
You’d think a team losing the defending American League ERA champ, Anibal Sanchez, would be in trouble, but the Tigers’ starting pitching is extraordinary.
After two years of trying to outslug the rest of the American League, the Detroit Tigers are taking a new approach.
Outfielder Rajai Davis and the Detroit Tigers agreed to terms on a two-year contract worth $10 million.