Marlins' Dee Gordon Says He Unknowingly Took PED; Verlander ReactsThe big season helped him earn a $50 million, five-year contract he signed in January.
Anthony Gose Doubles, Homers To Lead Tigers Over A's 7-3Gose entering with a .170 and had not gotten an extra-base hit since homering on opening day.
Verlander, Power Hitters Lift Tigers Over A's 9-4Ausmus shuffled his lineup before the game, moving J.D. Martinez from fifth to second in the batting order
Tyler Collins Sent Down To ToledoMonday night, Tigers OF Tyler Collins had a moment that he will forever regret.
Josh Reddick Still Sore About 2013 Call: 'Fans Shouldn't Be Allowed That Close To The Game'I asked Reddick about the back to back playoff series with the Tigers in 2012 and 2013 and he immediately said (Justin) "Verlander put it up our butts two years in a row!"
Tigers' Tyler Collins Won't Face Suspension From MLB Over Obscene Gesture At FansHe apologized afterward, saying he "lashed out completely inappropriately" and was "embarrassed" about what happened.
Oakland A's Beat The Tigers 5-1Mike Pelfrey (0-4) allowed five runs and nine hits in 6 2/3 innings and remains winless since signing with Detroit this past offseason.
Tyler Collins Apologizes For Obscene Gesture But Is It Enough? [VIDEO]"To be at home and to hear boos after that play hit a trigger inside of me and I lashed out completely inappropriately," Collins said after Detroit beat the Oakland Athletics 7-3.
Collins' Obscene Gesture Taints Tigers' 7-3 Win Over A'sThe Tigers had lost four straight. Perhaps not coincidently, Cabrera did not have a hit in any of those games.
Tigers Player Flips Off Comerica Park Crowd After Botched Play [VIDEO]Monday night was not a good one for the Detroit Tigers' Tyler Collins.
Dontrelle Willis: Opposing Players Don't Fear Comerica Park AnymoreOver the course of five straight seasons -- from 2009 through 2013 -- the Tigers won at least 50 home games every year.
Early Ups And Downs A Familiar Feeling For TigersThe pattern is a familiar one for Detroit manager Brad Ausmus: The Tigers start the season brilliantly and look like they might be one of the best teams in baseball, then they fall back toward .500 just as quickly.