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Detroit Tigers 

Tigers draft picks have big night for Connecticut

It takes years to decide whether a draft class panned out or not, but Tigers general manager David Dombrowski has to be feeling good about his 2015 haul.

Fan favorite Gibson rejoins Tigers booth

On Thursday morning, before the Tigers' series-closing 8-4 loss to the Pirates, Kirk Gibson had a friendly disagreement with Brad Ausmus during the manager's media availability.

Tigers know spark can restore winning ways

At the time, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus hoped Sunday's walk-off win over the White Sox was a turning point toward more positive results. Following Thursday's 8-4 loss to the Pirates, which completed a three-game sweep at Comerica Park, Ausmus admitted Detroit is still searching for that inspiration.

Tigers' late glimmer vs. Bucs a fleeting one

Francisco Liriano tossed seven scoreless innings, and a four-run ninth weathered a late comeback attempt as the Pirates completed a three-game sweep of the Tigers with an 8-4 win on Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park.

Blue Jays meet winter trade partner in Detroit

The Tigers and Blue Jays will meet on Friday night for the first time since the offseason trade that saw Anthony Gose and Devon Travis switch sides. This could be a series in which both players have an opportunity to make their former organizations pay just a little bit more for the deal. The Tigers will be looking to jump back over the .500 mark after being swept by Pittsburgh at Comerica Park.

J.D.'s quietly strong year not lost on Ausmus

While answering a question on Wednesday about Yoenis Cespedes' All-Star candidacy, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus paused to support another one of his players. "Really, we probably have a right fielder that's an All-Star, as well," Ausmus said.

Improving Avila on verge of rejoining Tigers

Catcher Alex Avila will serve as the designated hitter on Thursday night for Triple-A Toledo, likely setting up a return to the Tigers for this weekend's series against the Blue Jays at Comerica Park.

All-Star starters unveiled Sunday, full rosters Monday

After 65 days of relentless fan voting to determine starting positions players for the 86th All-Star Game, the largest All-Star balloting program in sports closed at 11:59 p.m. ET Thursday. Starting position players will be unveiled at 7:30 p.m. ET Sunday on the "Esurance All-Star Starters Selection Show" on ESPN.

Tigers lament pitching woes against Pirates

Earlier this season, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus called Alfredo Simon the most consistent pitcher in his rotation. Not anymore. The Pirates tallied 21 total on the night -- a season-high -- in a 9-3 loss at Comerica Park.

Wilson becoming an important piece for Tigers bullpen

The 3 1/3 scoreless innings of relief was, by all accounts, an atypical outing, even for a long reliever. But that has become the norm for Alex Wilson, who has pitched in nearly every situation imaginable this year -- from starting, to eating up middle innings, to ameliorating high-pressure situations.

Ausmus not concerned about hit-by-pitches

Tigers manager Brad Ausmus agrees with Victor Martinez -- both believe Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole plunked Detroit's designated hitter intentionally on Tuesday night. But, in Ausmus' opinion, that's yesterday's news, and he doesn't plan on giving it much thought during the remainder of the series. "I moved on the inning after it, so I'm not concerned about it," he said Wednesday afternoon.

Tigers can't rally in loss to Pirates

Second baseman Neil Walker's two-homer night propelled the Pirates to a season-high 21 hits as the Buccos topped the Tigers, 9-3, on Wednesday night at Comerica Park.

V-Mart unhappy with hit-by-pitch

Victor Martinez isn't happy with right-hander Gerrit Cole and the Pirates after he believed he was intentionally hit by a pitch in the fourth inning of the Tigers' 5-4 loss on Tuesday at Comerica Park.

Verlander settles in, nets quality start in return

Despite his early struggles, Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander cobbled together a quality outing in Tuesday night's 5-4, 14-inning loss after missing a start due to back stiffness.

Harbaugh throws ceremonial first pitch

On Tuesday at Comerica Park, University of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh showcased his arm. Wearing a Mark Fidrych jersey, he tossed the first pitch to manager Brad Ausmus before the Tigers' series opener against Pittsburgh.

Iglesias contributes heavily from No. 9 spot

Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias was batting .330 entering Tuesday, the second-highest average on the team. Yet, in almost every game, he has hit ninth in the order.

Tigers can't rally twice in 14-inning loss

Neil Walker's double down the right-field line scored the go-ahead run in the 14th inning as the Pirates outlasted the Tigers, 5-4, on Tuesday night at Comerica Park.

Tigers add infield depth with Casilla swap

The Tigers and Rays worked out a Minor League trade that sent veteran infielder Alexi Casilla to Detroit for a player to be named later.

Moya launches two homers for Mud Hens

Last July, Steven Moya had the best month of his professional career. If Monday night was any indication, the Tigers' No. 1 prospect is gearing up for a repeat performance.

V-Mart puts clutch gene on display with big hit

Last season, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus claimed the only person in baseball who could protect Miguel Cabrera in the lineup was Cabrera himself. But he later amended his statement: Victor Martinez could also provide the support.

McCann making most out of round-trippers

After James McCann's walk-off home run capped a 5-4 win over the White Sox at Comerica Park on Sunday, he received the customary mobbing at home plate.

McCann's walk-off HR caps late Tigers rally

Victor Martinez's game-tying, bases-clearing double in the eighth set up catcher James McCann's walk-off home run an inning later as the Tigers beat the White Sox, 5-4, on Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park.

Couple brings leukemia initiative to Detroit

Nestor Aparicio and his wife, Jennifer, made the 16th stop of their 30-day, 30-ballpark tour to raise awareness for the international bone marrow registry on Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park.

Verlander set for return after bullpen session

Right-hander Justin Verlander will start Tuesday's game for the Tigers against the Pirates, manager Brad Ausmus confirmed Sunday afternoon.

Location culprit in bevy of dingers off Anibal

Tigers starter Anibal Sanchez continues to be plagued by home runs, and manager Brad Ausmus is blaming poor pitch location -- and a little bit of bad luck.

Rain washes out Tigers' game vs. White Sox

Saturday afternoon's White Sox-Tigers game at Comerica Park was postponed due to inclement weather.

Teenage girl leads way at Comerica Pitch, Hit & Run

Kaitlyn Brannstrom's throw bounced off the backstop and rolled back to her feet. As the Pitch, Hit & Run participant prepared for her next toss, the chain structure began to tip, nearly clattering to the ground before a volunteer righted it

June boon: J.D. setting blistering power pace

J.D. Martinez blasted a no-doubter to left in the eighth inning, the game-winning run that capped Detroit's 5-4 victory over the White Sox.

Avila puts in 5 solid innings in 1st rehab start

Tigers catcher Alex Avila went 1-for-3 with a single for Triple-A Toledo on Friday night in his first competitive appearance since being placed on the disabled list on May 8.

J.D.'s jack gives Tigers final word over White Sox

J.D. Martinez's go-ahead home run in the eighth inning powered the Tigers to a come-from-behind 5-4 win over the White Sox on Friday night at Comerica Park.


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