Miguel Cabrera's Get’s To 498Miguel Cabrera hit his 498th home run and the Detroit Tigers beat the Boston Red Sox 4-2 on Tuesday night.
Baseball Report: Alex Cora Still Facing Questions About Cheating Scandal In Return To HoustonThis week's Baseball Report looks at Alex Cora's visit to Houston, the Baltimore Orioles' losing streak and Cody Bellinger's return to the Los Angeles Dodgers lineup.
Tigers Beat Red Sox 6-5 In 10 InningsJeimer Candelario hit a tiebreaking three-run homer in the 10th inning, and the Detroit Tigers stopped a six-game slide by holding off the Boston Red Sox for a 6-5 victory on Wednesday night.
Spring Training Report: MLB Enters Spring Training Under A Dark CloudThe offseason has been eventful, but not in the way that MLB commissioner Rob Manfred would like.
Former Tiger David Price And The Red Sox Sweep DetroitPrice pitched one-run ball over five innings and the Red Sox finished off a three-game sweep of Detroit with a 6-3 win. The victory was the 150th of Price's career.
Red Sox Legend David Ortiz ShotOrtiz's father, Leo, speaking to reporters outside the clinic, said his son was out of danger and there wasn't any collateral damage, meaning no damage to major organs. He said he had no idea why someone would have shot at his son.
Baseball Report: Are These Twins For Real?The AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins are hitting the cover off the ball and getting enough strong pitching to hold off opponents.
Baseball Report: Is Bryce Harper Worth The Money To The Phillies?Bryce Harper's production for the Philadelphia Phillies so far lags behind last year's sub-par season with the Washington Nationals.
Tigers Split Series With Red SoxSix solid innings by Rick Porcello were plenty with Boston's suddenly resurgent offense hitting more like last year's World Series champions.
Tigers Win Streak Ends Against Red Sox 11-4The defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox hadn't had a lopsided victory yet this season. Their win over Detroit on Wednesday night gave them a chance to relax.
Tigers Take Down Beantown Boys, Twice"It's a long day. Fortunately for us, we came out on top and healthy," Detroit manager Ron Gardenhire said.