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Detroit Tigers Win 3rd Straight, Beat Royals 6-4
Just like last night, this one came down to the very last batter.  Magglio Ordonez continued his hot hitting since coming back from the DL by blasting a two-run homer in the first inning to put the Tigers in the  lead.  They would stay there despite closer Jose Valverde's be…
Detroit Tigers Hang On To Beat Royals 3-1
Ryan Raburn closed his eyes and swung the bat as hard as he could.  The Kansas City pitcher hit his bat in the sweet spot and Raburn was rewarded with a two-run homer in the second inning.  That turned out to be all the offense Max Scherzer and the Tigers would need to get their second win…
Tigers Rained Out, Win Streak At Seven
The final game of the 3-game series between the Tigers and Kansas City Royals was rained out yesterday at Comerica Park in Detroit after the Tigers won the first two.  That game has been re-scheduled for September 1st.  Tonight, the Tigers will try to extend the win string to eight against…
Detroit Tigers Win Streak At Six!
Justin Verlander flirted with history for six and 2/3rds innings.  After throwing a no-hitter last Saturday in Toronto, Verlander held the Kansas City Royals hitless until deep into the sixth inning.
Tigers Lose 2 In A Row To Royals At Home
At least the game on Saturday was fairly close.  Today the Tigers were never really in it.  4 errors, mediocre pitching and spotty hitting let Kansas City get away with a 9-5 win over the Tigers.  Rick Porcello takes the loss and now sports an 0-2 record.  The Tigers are in last …
Opening Day At Comerica. Tigers Win!
The Detroit Tigers played their first game at Comerica Park this season, and before it started the team raised a flag to honor the late Sparky Anderson, their former manager.
Tigers Lose Ugly To O’s, Come Home Today
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.
Tigers Beat Baltimore Behind Verlander, Avila
The Detroit Tigers got their second win of the 2011 season tonight, beating the previously unbeaten Baltimore Orioles 7-3 behind the stellar pitching of Justin Verlander and the slugging of catcher Alex Avila.  Verlander struck out 9 in 8 innings of work in picking up his first win of the year,…