The Tigers and A’s will resume play Tuesday for the middle matchup of a three-game series at Comerica Park, scheduled for 7:10 p.m. ET.
Marcus Semien scored three times — twice on Jed Lowrie RBIs — and Matt Olson added his fourth homer in as many games, sending the Athletics to an 8-3 win over the Tigers on Monday at Comerica Park.
The quiet mood of the Tigers clubhouse after Monday’s 8-3 loss to the A’s had more to do with concern for reliever Jeff Ferrell, who was struck in the head by a Ryon Healy line drive in the eighth inning.
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The A’s and Tigers will meet in a series for the second time this season and first since the two squared off in Oakland during the first week of May.
Matthew Boyd was in the dugout for a couple of no-hit bids when Justin Verlander was chasing his third. Sunday was Boyd’s turn on the mound for one, but for someone who had never experienced a complete game in the Majors before, let alone a no-hit bid, he was remarkably calm during the Tigers’ 12-0 […]
Matthew Boyd fell an out shy of becoming the first Tigers pitcher to throw a no-hitter since Justin Verlander six years ago, tossing a one-hit shutout in a 12-0 Tigers win over the White Sox Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park.
Miguel Cabrera was out of the Tigers lineup for Sunday’s series finale against the White Sox after leaving Saturday’s game with lower back tightness. However, the team has no plans to shut down Cabrera for the stretch run with the team out of contention.
The recurring back problems that have bothered Miguel Cabrera for much of the season have returned. The Tigers first baseman left Saturday’s game against the White Sox with lower back tightness and is listed as day to day.
Daniel Norris was helping the Tigers remain in the playoff race at this point a year ago as one of the team’s strongest starters down the stretch, one reason the Tigers’ future looked bright. That’s what makes a scene like Saturday’s so unexpected.
Rookie right-hander Dylan Covey will start for the White Sox against left-hander Matthew Boyd and the Tigers in the finale of their four-game series in Detroit.
Nicky Delmonico and Matt Davidson homered, Tim Anderson set a career high with four hits and Alen Hanson scored three times, pacing the White Sox to their second offensive onslaught in three days at Comerica Park for a 10-4 win over the Tigers on Saturday.