The Tigers are hoping for another strong outing from veteran Anibal Sanchez when he faces the Padres on Saturday. San Diego will go with talented rookie Dinelson Lamet, who struck out a career-high 12 batters in his last start.
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The Tigers fell to the San Diego Padres, 1-0, to extend their losing streak to a season-high seven games on Friday. But when deciphering what didn't go right on a delightful night in San Diego, don't look at the Tigers' hard-throwing right-hander Michael Fulmer, who allowed one run in seven innings.
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Austin Hedges knocked in the only run of the game Friday, as the Padres edged the Tigers. Detroit, which has now dropped its last seven games, got a strong start from Michael Fulmer, as he allowed one run on two hits in seven innings with eight strikeouts. San Diego starting pitcher Luis Perdomo tossed six scoreless innings for the win.
Which Tigers are #ASGWorthy? Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET.
The Tigers announced the release of veteran reliever Francisco Rodriguez on Friday.
The look on Robinson Cano's face after connecting with Tigers reliever Francisco Rodriguez's fastball suggested he didn't think he got all of it. The look from Rodriguez suggested the opposite. He didn't have to look back to know it was gone.
It's taken the Mariners all season to climb over the .500 mark, but they finally made it as Robinson Cano cranked two home runs and a career high-tying six RBIs in a 9-6 victory over the Tigers on Thursday night to complete a four-game series sweep.
Who do the Tigers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Detroit's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Victor Martinez, who went on the 10-day disabled list on Friday after being hospitalized with an accelerated heartbeat, began hitting off a tee on Wednesday, according to manager Brad Ausmus.
The Tigers are all well-aware of the ramifications of a subpar record as the non-waiver Trade Deadline nears. No one might be more keenly aware than outfielder J.D. Martinez.
Jarrod Dyson cannot bunt. This has been one of the great challenges of his wonderful career.
What began as a perfect start for Justin Verlander turned into a perfect finish instead for the Mariners as Seattle rallied for a 7-5 victory Wednesday night at Safeco Field.
Justin Verlander took the mound for the sixth inning of Wednesday night's 7-5 loss to the Mariners at Safeco Field with a four-run lead, a perfect game and a fastball topping out at 98 mph. He left seven batters later, still in the sixth inning, with the tying run in scoring position. He went from trying to push for perfection to hoping to preserve the lead.
Miggy uses glove to inspect fan's beard
Though Detroit entered Wednesday's game against the Mariners having lost nine of 12 to fall six games under .500 with the Trade Deadline about six weeks away, manager Brad Ausmus said it's not a factor for them right now.
The Tigers took a chance in last week's Draft when they used their fifth-round pick on high school catcher Sam McMillan. While they were happy to take advantage after McMillan fell that far, they were also taking a chance that McMillan might decide to go to college, instead, anticipating a higher pick (and higher bonus) later.
Miguel Cabrera needs a surge of votes in the final days of the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot to have any chance of getting back into the starting lineup for the Midsummer Classic. As voting heads into the home stretch, he's the only Tiger with a chance.
Kyle Seager doubled in pinch-runner Tyler Smith with no outs in the bottom of the 10th inning for a walk-off win as the Mariners topped the Tigers, 5-4, for their first extra-inning win in five chances this season.
The Tigers continue to sign their Draft picks at a rapid rate. Detroit announced deals Tuesday with 17 of its 40 selections in last week's Draft, including eight of their top 10 selections.
For a moment, the Tigers had run and slugged their way to new life Tuesday at Safeco Field, building an eighth-inning rally on a mad dash around the bases by Ian Kinsler and a game-tying homer from J.D. Martinez. They had the makings of a comeback win that could propel them out of their midseason doldrums.
John Hicks got his big break here at Safeco Field. It wasn't when the Mariners first called him up.
The ball was flying out of the yard for Triple-A Iowa on Tuesday, as Jeimer Candelario, Mark Zagunis and Victor Caratini all hit home runs to power the Cubs past Omaha, 6-4.
The Tigers lost Monday for the seventh time in 10 games. Don't blame Anibal Sanchez.
Mike Zunino slugged a pair of two-run home runs, Guillermo Heredia launched one of his own and Mariners' bullpen did not allow a run in a 6-2 win over the Tigers on Monday night at Safeco Field, opening a four-game series.
The Tigers know all about the debate over pace of play in baseball. With the third-highest average time of game in the Majors at 3:19 -- 15 minutes longer than last year -- they're arguably at the heart of the debate. Ask Justin Verlander why, and he'll contribute to the debate by pointing to the signs.
Three summers ago, Joey Morgan was a college catcher without a college, his scholarship having been pulled from the University of Oregon when they overrecruited on catchers. This week, Morgan officially became a pro catcher, signing with the Tigers after becoming their third-round pick in last week's MLB Draft.
Buck Farmer tossed 13 scoreless innings over his first two Tigers starts. He allowed 13 runs over 4 2/3 innings in his next two, including seven runs in Sunday's 9-1 Tigers loss to the Rays. As a result, Farmer's next start will be for Triple-A Toledo.
Fan gets souvenir, refuses high-five request
The Rays used a two-homer game from Logan Morrison and a grand slam from Steven Souza Jr. to split the four-game series against the Tigers at Comerica Park, jumping on Buck Farmer during a 9-1 win on Sunday afternoon.
MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.
Miguel Cabrera has spent nearly a decade making the spacious Comerica Park look small. The Diesel Brothers built him a truck that made it look even smaller. The public will finally get to see it when the new All-Star episode of Diesel Brothers airs this week on Discovery Channel. The first episode airs Monday at 9 p.m. ET.
The blue numbering on the Tigers' and Rays' jerseys and caps shifted this series. It was for a good cause, raising awareness for prostate cancer awareness on Father's Day weekend. The Tigers will wear the caps and jerseys on Saturday and Sunday.