The Angels and Tigers continue their series on Wednesday at Comerica Park featuring two pitchers with 21 combined Major League starts. Los Angeles right-hander Alex Meyer faces Detroit righty Buck Farmer in game two of the three-game set.
Even without Mike Trout, the Angels continue to make themselves at home in Comerica Park. Kole Calhoun and C.J. Cron homered before the Angels’ bullpen held off a Tigers charge at the end for a 5-3 win on Tuesday night.
Cameron Maybin has turned the page on his second go-round as a Tiger. And though he won’t play in the three-game series this week as a member of the visiting Angels, Maybin is happy to be back where he enjoyed the best season of his 11-year career.
Matthew Boyd was told by Tigers manager Brad Ausmus to attack hitters and regain a “killer instinct” while in Triple-A.
The Tigers simply outslugged the White Sox in the first two games of their series at Comerica Park this past weekend. But on Sunday, they used astute baserunning to set up a 7-4 walk-off win.
After a day off for both teams, the Tigers and Angels will open a three-game series at Comerica Park on Tuesday night. The Tigers will send lefty Daniel Norris to the mound, opposite right-hander Jesse Chavez for the Angels. The two teams split a four-game set in Los Angeles, so the trio of games in […]
After torching the White Sox for double-digit runs in the first two games of the series, the Tigers needed some drama to escape with a 7-4 walk-off win and take a three-game sweep over Chicago at Comerica Park on Sunday.
Opponents had gone just 3-for-31 against White Sox closer David Robertson’s knuckle curve this year — until Justin Upton drove it out for a walk-off home run Sunday in Detroit.
It took months, with a surgery and several rocky starts between, but Jordan Zimmermann found his slider on Saturday and used it to help command six strong innings in Detroit’s 10-1 win over the White Sox.
Michael Fulmer’s start on Friday could’ve been a lot different had the Tigers not thumped the White Sox, 15-5. But pitching with a big lead early — Detroit led by nine after three innings — changes a pitcher’s priorities and lessens the necessity to nibble.
Justin Verlander certainly is good enough to shut down an opposing team almost single-handedly, with another chance for the Detroit ace to show his stuff Sunday afternoon against the White Sox in the scheduled series finale at Comerica Park.
For Tigers starter Jordan Zimmermann, the sequel was much better than the original. Facing the White Sox for the second time in a week, Zimmermann allowed just one run in six innings as part of Detroit’s 10-1 win Saturday at Comerica Park.