Rick Porcello pitched good enough to win today's game, but didn't get much help from the Tiger hitters or the Detroit bullpen. When it was over, Seattle beat the Tigers 7-3. Porcello had blanked the Mariners until the 5th inning
The pitching for Detroit was better, and the Tigers topped the previous night's season-high hit total by two. All of this adds up to another Tiger victory, this time by an 8-1 score. Starter Rick Porcello held the heavy-hitting Ranger lineup to just one run in six innings to rack up…
This one got off to a rough start for the Tigers and their starting pitcher Brad Penny. Penny was nicked for two runs in the opening inning and was in and out of trouble after that. In the 4th inning, the Tiger offense erupted for 6 runs, 4 coming on a Ryan Raburn grand slam homer.
Tiger manager Jim Leyland said after today's 5-4 loss to Cleveland, "We're just not doing enough things to win." No kidding. The Tigers had a 2-0 lead in the early going and gave it back an inning later. They took a 3-2 lead in the top of the 8th before
The Tigers losing streak is now at four games, and this one was the ugliest as they fell to Cleveland 9-5. Carlos Santana hit a walk-off grand slam off Tiger set-up reliever Joquin Benoit to put the exclamation point on Detroit's latest defeat.
The Detroit Tigers had a winning record when Seattle came to town three days ago. After failing in three attempts to defend thier home turf against the Mariners, the Tabbies find themselves a game under .500
The Seattle Mariners were one of the weakest hitting teams in baseball. Until they came to Detroit, that is. After thumping the Tigers 7-3 Tuesday, Seattle Smoaked the Motor City Kitties 10-1 tonight. Justin Verlander gave up a 3-run homer to