Pair Of Two-Run Homers Lift the Tigers To 4-3 Victory Over Kansas CityTigers Jonathan Schoop and Christin Stewart each hit a two-run homer in the third inning to thrust the Detroit Tigers to a 4-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals
Tigers Big Bats Take Down Royals 6-4Harold Castro started the comeback with an RBI single in the third, and Detroit took a 4-3 lead in the fourth off Glenn Sparkman (3-11) when Brandon Dixon and Dawel Lugo homered on consecutive pitches with one out and Mercer went deep with two outs for the Tigers' first three-homer inning this year.
Tigers Win On Mercers First Career Walk-Off Homer"All I was really thinking was how cold the Gatorade bath was going to be," he said. "I couldn't wait to get to the plate, but they really got me."
Tigers Avoid Sweep, Beat KC 12-8Jordan Zimmermann wasn't much better for Detroit. He allowed seven runs on eight hits before he was pulled after facing four batters in the fifth inning. He still hasn't won since last Sept. 5.
KC Beats Tigers 7-3 In 1st MLB Game In OmahaNicky Lopez couldn't have imagined a better homecoming to Omaha.
Tigers Head To Omaha After 3-2 WinBrandon Dixon hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly off reliever Jake Diekman that sent Detroit past the Kansas City Royals 3-2 on Wednesday night.
Bullpen Falters As Tigers Fall To KC 3-2The Tigers' bullpen wasted a brilliant effort from Spencer Turnbull. He scattered four hits and two walks with five strikeouts over six innings. It was only the third time in 14 starts that Turnbull had not allowed a run.
Tigers Win 5th StraightTyson Ross finally pitched at Comerica Park — and certainly enjoyed his new surroundings.
Turnbull Strong In Home Opener, Tigers Beat Royals 5-4With only four previous starts in the major leagues, Spencer Turnbull was easily the least experienced member of Detroit's starting rotation.
MLB's Worst Teams: Reasons For HopeSome MLB teams are already looking to next season and beyond, but even their fans have something to be hopeful about.
Kansas City Royals Become First Team To Sign A Player With AutismTarik El-Abour is not a Major League Baseball player yet, but his signing by the Kansas City Royals marks a historic first for the national pastime.