Zimmermann-Tigers Snap Losing Skid In LAZimmermann got his first win in 18 starts dating to last season, ending a skid of 10 consecutive losing decisions as the Detroit Tigers beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-2 Monday night. It was his first victory since Sept. 5, 2018.
Jordan Zimmerman & Wife Donate $500k To Alma MaterDetroit Tigers pitcher Jordan Zimmermann and his wife are donating $500,000 to the baseball program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, where both were student athletes.
Why Zimmermann Resists The Jake Arrieta ComparisonThe 31-year-old is a cautionary tale that many GMs know far too well.
Avila Updates Status Of Rehabbing Michael FulmerOn the other side of the spectrum, Avila seems to have some concern over Jordan Zimmermann.
Tigers Pitching Coach Sees Jake Arrieta In Jordan ZimmermannBosio is credited with helping Jake Arrieta turn his career around when the Cubs acquired him from the Orioles in 2013.
Tigers Forced To Wonder: Is This What's Left Of Jordan Zimmermann?Since June 8 of last season, a span of 35 outings, Zimmermann has a 6.69 ERA and a 1.58 WHIP.
Verlander, Zimmermann Teasing Tigers With What Could Have BeenThere was a time when looking ahead was viable for this team, when there was still promise in the sentiment.
Tigers Can't Solve Pirates' Williams, Lose 3-0Zimmermann struck out three and walked two in seven innings. The Tigers have dropped three straight following a four-game winning streak.
Ausmus Explains Strange Decision To Replace Zimmermann With RondonThe manager said his gut told him it was time to yank Zimmermann, despite his favorable pitch count.
Francona: Zimmermann Hitting Santana Sparked Indians To Win"It might have been the best thing that happened to us because it woke us up."
The Three-Headed Solution To The Tigers' Up-And-Down WoesZimmerman resisted "pointing a finger at three guys," but agreed that he's part of a trio that could quickly pitch the Tigers back into contention.
In Saturday's Start, Zimmermann Finds Roadmap To Revival
Avila Tormented By Two Failed Free Agent Signings"It’s a knife in my side every single day when I wake up. There’s no way of getting around that," Avila said on Friday. "Obviously we’re very disappointed in those situations."
Are Hitters Hurting Themselves With This Age-Old Misstep?"It’s not an easy job, obviously, otherwise a lot more people would be doing it."
Why There's Plenty Of Reason To Worry About Jordan ZimmermannPerhaps the Tigers should have read the writing on the wall in the 2015 offseason before making Zimmermann one of the highest-paid pitchers in baseball.