At End Of Their Contracts, Scherzer, Hunter Address FutureThe 2014 contracts of Scherzer, Martinez, Hunter, Chamberlain and Coke total more than $45 million, according to Spotrac.
Tigers Stunned By 'Heartbreaking' Loss, Elimination From Playoffs"Even though we were down 2-0, all of us expected for us to win this game," Alex Avila said, "and when you don’t, it’s heartbreaking."
Déjà Vu: Tigers Bullpen Again Hampering Postseason RunPhil Coke now has a postseason ERA of 27.00. Joakim Soria has a postseason ERA of 45.00. Joba Chamberlain has a postseason ERA of 108.00.
Orioles Rally Past Tigers 7-6, Take 2-0 ALDS Lead A day after the Orioles battered Detroit relievers while scoring eight runs in the eighth for a 12-3 win, they came back from a three-run deficit.
Tigers Fizzle Against Firepower Of Orioles Losing 12-3Detroit's revamped bullpen has looked shaky - although it was shortstop Andrew Romine's error that got the big eighth inning going.
Comerica Park Prepares For The Playoffs (VIDEO)Crews are hard at work at Comerica Park preparing the stadium for the Detroit Tigers home games during the American League Divisional Series.
Fans Encouraged To Arrive Early; Gates For The Tigers Game Open At 1:45 P.M.Due to the anticipated increase in traffic in the Foxtown area as a result of Sunday’s Tigers game at 3:45 p.m. and Lions game at 1:00 p.m., Olympia Development Parking Services is holding all its parking lots for patrons attending the Tigers ALDS Game Three at Comerica Park.
Detroit Tigers Name ALDS RosterThursday morning the Tigers released their 25-man roster for the ALDS.
Tigers Hope Starters Can Outdo Orioles Bullpen The Detroit Tigers' starting pitchers in the first three games of the AL Division Series have a combined 329 wins, three Cy Young Awards and 35 games of postseason experience.
Scherzer Confident As Tigers Prepare To Face Orioles In ALDSIn his career, Cruz is 11 for 25 against Scherzer, giving him a .440 batting average against the Detroit ace.
Miguel Cabrera Turns Down Playoff Bonus; Just Wants A RingCabrera can go back and sign the paper at anytime and get paid, but I think it's nice to see a player who wants to win more than he wants the money that could come with it.