The Detroit Tigers take a firm lead into the ninth and hold on to beat the New York Yankees 3-0 on Sunday and take a two-game lead in the best of seven AL championship series.
Game 2 of the ALCS presents an intriguing match-up, as the occasionally brilliant Anibal Sanchez (9-13, 3.86) opposes Hiroki Kuroda (16-11, 3.32), who’s been perhaps the best value free-agent signing of the season.
The Detroit Tigers have a four-run lead wiped out in the bottom of the ninth but persevere to beat the New York Yankees 6-4 in extra innings on Saturday.
Third time’s a charm for the Yankees, or will the Tigers soon be able to say they own the Yankees in October?
Detroit beat the Yankees in five games in the playoffs last year before losing in the ALCS to Texas.
So, how do fans and players feel about the Detroit Tigers ALCS victory? Keep reading.
The 2013 Major League Baseball schedule was officially unveiled at 1 p.m. Wednesday — with some big news for Detroit Tigers fans.
A day off did nothing to slow down Curtis Granderson.
Even when the Red Sox are not the opponent, the hate by Yankee fans towards Boston does not end.
The Tigers put one in their history book with a 1-1 tie against the New York Yankees in 10 innings on Sunday.