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.
The Tigers might have turned their attention to the future, but Anibal Sanchez insists he has not.
Mikie Mahtook’s walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth decided a Friday night pitching duel at Comerica Park and ended the Tigers’ six-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the White Sox.
Major League Baseball will not discipline any Tigers after reviewing the circumstances surrounding the pitch from right-hander Buck Farmer that struck home-plate umpire Quinn Wolcott in the shoulder after catcher James McCann and manager Brad Ausmus were ejected from Wednesday’s 5-3 loss to the Indians.
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The Player To Be Named in last month’s Justin Upton trade has been named. The Tigers announced Friday they’ve acquired Class A right-hander Elvin Rodriguez from the Angels to complete the deal.
The White Sox are looking for their 10th win against the Tigers on Saturday and will send rookie Myles Jaye (1-1, 6.75) to the mound. Chicago will counter with Reynaldo Lopez, who earned his first win with the White Sox during his last time out.
The Tigers began their final homestand of the season Thursday with little suspense left. The possibility of Andrew Romine playing all nine positions in a game, however, remains on the list.
With the regular season winding down, White Sox manager Rick Renteria said the organization is using September as a big part of its evaluation process. Among those being evaluated is Carson Fulmer, the White Sox No. 9 prospect according to MLBPipeline.com, who will start for the Sox on Friday at Comerica Park. Anibal Sanchez takes […]
Avisail Garcia hit a three-run homer as part of a five-hit, seven-RBI game at his old home ballpark, pacing a 25-hit White Sox attack for a 17-7 win over the Tigers on Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park.
Jose Iglesias was all smiles as he walked into the Tigers’ clubhouse at Progressive Field on Wednesday morning. He was a proud papa for the second time, but he was also back with his team after a harrowing experience at home in Miami.
While the Tigers tried to put up a battle against the Indians on Wednesday with Cleveland’s historic winning streak on the line, Detroit’s 5-3 loss featured an ongoing verbal battle between the Tigers and home-plate umpire Quinn Wolcott, who ejected both catcher James McCann and manager Brad Ausmus for arguing balls and strikes in the […]