Scherzer’s first home start since May 10 might help his chances for a better performance.
As the calendar crosses over into June, the Tigers find themselves with a very important month ahead.
Everybody’s favorite fictional crime-fighting cyborg is heading to the Detroit Tigers game.
When Joe Nathan was unable to close out Sanchez’s stellar start, the slumping Detroit Tigers were dealt yet another loss.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus just hopes it’s the spark to pull his slumping team out of its two-week funk.
The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office has confirmed a warrant request has been filed against a 28-year-old Tigers player accused of sexually assaulting a woman.
It’s only one regular season game of 162 this season, but what transpired in the cool Baltimore night air on Tuesday night had a truly magical quality about it.
After being held scoreless on three hits over the first eight innings, the Tigers used a reversed call to win.
The Twins took advantage of poor defense by the Tigers in the late innings.
Scherzer (4-1, 1.72 ERA) has allowed just three earned runs over his last four starts for the Tigers (20-11).