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Detroit Tigers Trade Perry To Nationals

The Detroit Tigers continue to make minor tweaks to their pitching staff, particularly the bullpen. Today they traded reliever Ryan Perry to the Washington Nationals for reliever Collin Balester. Both pitchers are big righthanders who live by the strikeout and die by the base on balls. Perhaps a change of scenery will bring a change of fortunes.

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2011 World Series Game 6 - Texas Rangers v St Louis Cardinals
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Detroit Tigers Add Relief Help With Dotel

The Detroit Tigers have been pretty quiet at baseball's Winter Meetings. The team is bringing back most of the major contributors from 2011's squad, which lost to Texas in the American League Championship Series. The big headlines were made by Anaheim when they signed slugger Albert Pujols for $254 million and by the Miami Marlins signing Jose Reyes for mucho dinero (120 million). The Tigers quietly added veteran relief pitcher Octavio Dotel to help shore up the middle innings.

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Detroit Tiger Brandon Inge In Car Accident Outside Ann Arbor

According to WXYZ, Detroit Tiger 3rd baseman Brandon Inge was involved in a multi-car accident this morning in Freedom Township near Ann Arbor.

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Detroit Tigers Re-sign Santiago For Two More Years

Ramon Santiago has made it clear that he would like to remain a Tiger, but he also wanted an opportunity to be an everyday player. The veteran, switch-hitting infielder didn't get everything he wished for, but will still be wearing the Olde English "D" for the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Santiago will make a little more than 4 million dollars over the 2-year deal, and will split time at second base with Ryan Raburn. Santiago is also expected to fill in for Jhonny Peralta at shortstop from time to time.

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Verlander wins Cy Young Award in unanimous vote

In an announcement that surprised absolutely no one, the Baseball Writers Association of America unanimously selected the Detroit Tigers' Justin Verlander as the 2011 Cy Young Award winner. He received all 28 first-place votes from the participating writers, becoming the first Tiger to win the award for the American League's best pitcher since Guillermo "Willie" Hernandez in 1984. How dominant was Verlander this season?

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Texas Rangers v Detroit Tigers - Game Five
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Detroit Tigers Force Game 6 in ALCS With Win

We had our ace, Justin Verlander on the mound for a "win or go home" game 5 in the best of 7 American League Championship Series against Texas. The Rangers quieted the crowd with a run in the top of the first inning, and this looked like it might end badly. The Tigers would have none of that today, as Alex Avila finally got hold of one and hit a solo homer in the 3rd to tie the game at 1-1. Delmon Young connected in the 4th to give the Tigers a 2-1 lead.

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Detroit Tigers Blown Out In Extra Innings, Valverde Gives Up 4 in 11th

Jose Valverde is still perfect in save situations this season. The problem is that he has been pretty awful in non-save situations all year long. Tonight, in a non-save situation he was blown out again. After an 8 pitch 10th inning, Valverde gave up a double to Josh Hamilton on the very first pitch of the 11th. After striking out the next hitter, the Tigers elected to intentionally walk Adrian Beltre to pitch to Mike Napoli in hopes of inducing a double play.

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Texas Rangers v Detroit Tigers - Game Three
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Detroit Tigers Win ALCS Game 3 Behind Mr. Fister

The Tiger pitching has been pretty good so far in the ALCS, but the Rangers have been better and that's why Detroit trailed 2 games to none going into tonight's game at Comerica Park. The Rangers got to Fister for a run in the first inning and then the game settled into another pitcher's duel as neither team would score until Victor Martinez reached the seats in the 4th with a solo homer to tie the game at 1-1. Fister took control from there while his teammates got their bats going. Miguel Cabrera had an RBI double in the 5th to put the Tigers ahead 2-1, Jhonny Peralta blasted a solo homer to extend the lead to 3-1 in the 6th

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Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park
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Detroit Tigers World Series Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow

It ain't over until it's over. Despite trailing 2 games to none in the American League Championship Series to Texas, individual game tickets for potential 2011 World Series home games at Comerica Park will go on sale Wednesday, October 12th at 10 am.

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Detroit Tigers v Texas Rangers - Game Two
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Detroit Tigers Lose On Walk-off Grand Slam in 11th

The Tigers had plenty of chances to win this one. But they didn't. Nelson Cruz hit a homer to tie it in the 7th at 3-3 off Max Scherzer then hit a walk-off grand slam to win it in the 11th off Ryan Perry. Final score: Rangers 7, Tigers 3. The Rangers now lead the American League Championship Series 2 games to none.

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Rain, Rain, Go Away. Detroit Tigers and Rangers Postponed Until Monday

Rain interrupted Game 1 of the American League Championship Series between the Tigers and Texas Rangers. Game 2 was called off hours before it was scheduled to begin, and will be played tomorrow afternoon (weather permitting). The Rangers beat Detroit 3-2 in the first game which had nearly two hours worth of delays in the 5th inning. Max Scherzer will face the Rangers' Derek Holland in a game scheduled tomorrow afternoon at 4:19. The postponement also eliminates a scheduled day off for travel as Game 3 will still take place Tuesday night in Detroit.

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Detroit Tigers v Texas Rangers - Game One
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Detroit Tigers Battle Rangers and Rain in ALCS Game One

You had to stay up pretty late to see the end of this one. If you're a Tiger fan, you didn't like the final outcome as the Texas Rangers beat the Tigers in ALCS Game 1, 3-2. The Tigers and Rangers both have explosive offensive teams, but after Mother Nature caused both starting pitchers to exit this game early, the scoring came to a halt. Justin Verlander pitched just 4 innings and gave up all three Ranger runs. Ranger starter C.J. Wilson returned to the game after the first rain delay (41 minutes) and that's when the Tigers finally got to him.

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