Angels Return The Favor, Clobber Tigers 13-0Albert Pujols turned on a fastball over the middle of the plate, sent the no-doubt shot deep into the left-field seats, flipped his bat toward celebrating teammates in the dugout and trotted around the bases.
Tigers Clobber Angels 10-3The Los Angeles Angels didn't get much accomplished against Detroit's left-hander after the game-opening blast and failed to prevent a second-year player from having his best performance at the plate.
Gardenhire Leaves Game With Medical Issue, Angels Take Down Tigers 5-2"Gardy had an allergic reaction to something he ate or drank and the doctors wanted to make sure he was OK," Liddle said. "He didn't have trouble breathing or anything like that, but he broke out into hives and was swelling up a little. That can be serious, so they took him upstairs. He's fine now."
Tigers Fall To The Phillies 7-3Maikel Franco keeps producing like a cleanup hitter from the bottom of the lineup.
Tigers Stop 4 Game Skid, Beat Phillies 3-1The Tigers have dedicated a special container for Miguel Cabrera's milestone baseballs, and the Detroit slugger added another one to the crowded bucket.
Tigers Mize Impressive In Double-A Debut With No-NoMize threw 98 pitches while overpowering the Altoona Curve. He hit the first batter of the game but got a groundball double play. He struck out seven and walked one, facing one over the minimum.
Tigers Fall To White Sox 4-1López struck out a career-high 14 and allowed two hits in six innings to lead the Chicago White Sox to a 4-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers for a sweep of their abbreviated two-game series.
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.
Tigers Lose Again in 10Colin Moran hit an RBI single in the top of the 10th, and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Detroit Tigers 3-2 on Wednesday night. It was the second straight night Hurdle's Pirates beat Detroit in 10 innings.