Cabrera, Upton Out Of The Lineup For Sunday's Game Against IndiansJ.D. Martinez, Miguel Cabrera, Mike Aviles and Justin Upton have each homered off Carrasco while hitting at least .333 against him lifetime.
Zimmermann, Tigers Top Yankees To Win 8th Straight Home OpenerMiguel Cabrera homered and the Tigers beat the New York Yankees 4-0.
Fans Can Leave Prayers For Tigers In Wall Near BallparkFans flocking to Detroit's Comerica Park for the 2016 baseball season can leave written pleas for their favorite team's success -- or for other reasons -- in a prayer wall next door to the stadium.
Harper Hits 2 Homers Off Verlander In Nats' Loss To TigersVerlander hadn't allowed a run in three starts of exhibition play until the NL MVP tagged him.
Anibal Sanchez Sent Home From Tigers' Spring TrainingAnibal Sanchez has been sent home from spring training with a "bronchial ailment," according to reporters in Lakeland, Fla.
Upton In Second Slot As Tigers Begin Exhibition Schedule“Upton tends to get on base more. You want as many guys on base in front of Miggy, Victor and J.D. (Martinez).”
Biggest Detroit Sports Questions That Will Be Answered In 20162015 was no slouch, but 2016 could be a year for Detroit sports just as entertaining, depressing or mind-blowing, depending on which sports one follows.
Tigers Bullpen Will Take Shape As Spring Training BeginsOfficial spring training workouts aren’t set to begin until Friday, but the Tigers’ bullpen is already seeing some movement.
Justin Verlander Will Start For Tigers On Opening DayBarring anything unforeseen, this year will be Verlander's eighth Opening Day start.
Dickerson Expects Improved Tigers Bullpen, 'Monster Year' For MiggyPitchers and catchers are due to report on Thursday, Feb. 18.
What To Watch For During Tigers Spring TrainingThe Tigers will kick off their spring training schedule at the end of February. Here are the biggest things to watch for while the team is in Florida.
Ausmus, Tigers Heading Into 2016 With 'Much, Much Stronger Bullpen'The bullpen’s performance isn’t exactly a favorite topic of manager Brad Ausmus, either. He knows it was shaky at best, brutally bad at times, and inconsistent always.