Scherzer attempts to find some consistency and build on another strong road performance Saturday as the Detroit Tigers try to rebound from a rare loss to the Houston Astros.
“I think that will send a strong message that that’s something that we can’t tolerate.”
“An Ivy League degree doesn’t mean you don’t say stupid stuff,” 97.1 The Ticket afternoon show host Mike Valenti said.
Improvements to the neighborhood ballpark include the installation of bleachers, an updated scoreboard, landscaping and new restrooms.
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.