Keith Carmickle, the man in this video who nearly fell to his death at Monday night's Home Run Derby, appeared this morning on Good Morning America. Keith still seemed shaken by the incident, but plans to put a positive spin on the ordeal.
Justin Verlander carried a no-hitter into the 8th inning. He ended up giving up two hits, but the Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 4-0 to take over sole possession of first place in the American League Central Division.
Looks like former President Bush still knows how to duck when something is coming at him. Love him or hate him, we can all agree that Bush showed excellent reflexes when he dodged the shoe, which was headed straight for his face.
Run across the baseball field and not get tackled by police? Challenge accepted!
A recent video has surfaced on YouTube documenting a bizarre incident near the end of the Astros vs. Mets game on May 13. While Mark Lancaster was trying to capture the 9th inning of the game, a fan jumped out on the field and proceeded to make the great escape.
The Tigers had the lead until the 7th inning last night. Too bad baseball games are nine innings. Baltimore came up with 5 runs in the 7th and beat the Tigers 9-5 continuing Detroit's road woes. The good news? Our home opener is today at Comerica Park.
The Tigers are off to a bad start, even with opening day over a month away. Tigers' First Baseman Miguel Cabrera was arrested late Wednesday in Florida on drunken driving charges, and resisting an officer without violence. To make matters worse, he took a swig from a bottle in the presence of a county sheriff's officer.
Major League Baseball's regular season begins in less than two months. The Detroit Tigers invite you to come to Comerica Park on Saturday, February 5th from 10 am to 2 pm to shop for season ticket packages.
A new study found that four in every twelve fans leave a major sporting event loaded. I know, real shocker right? It's the four in twelve number that shocks me, and the fact that it's not just at major sporting events.
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