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Tigers End Losing Streak, Beat Yankees 4-2
Some of the players responsible for prolonging the Tiger 7-game losing streak finally helped to end it.  Austin Jackson, Magglio Ordonez and Jose Valverde all made contributions in the 4-2 Tiger win over New York tonight at Comerica Park.
Tiger Losing Streak Is Now A Six Pack
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
Tigers’ Losing Streak Now At Five
This was a close game.  A pitcher's duel.  It took 13 innings, but the outcome was still a bitter one for Tiger fans as Cleveland wins in walkoff fashion again, this time 3-2.
Tigers Stink It Up Against Seattle 10-1
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
Tigers Blank Sox 9-0
Brad Penny got his first win as a Detroit Tiger today, pitching 7 innings and only giving up one hit to the White Sox.  The one hit was controversial as Chicago's Brent Morel reached in the sixth inning on a hard hit ball down the 3rd base line that was gloved by Brandon Inge.  Inge&a…
Tigers Win! Take 2 of 3 In Seattle
It's the first time the Tigers have won a road series this season.  After a terrible beating at the hands of the weak-hitting Seattle Mariners last night, the Tigers rode the suddenly good pitching of Rick Porcello to beat the M's 3-2 this afternoon.
Tigers Score 6 In The 7th, Beat Mariners
Jhonny Peralta belted a three-run triple in the 7th inning to help power the Tigers to an 8-3 win over the Seattle Mariners.  Miguel Cabrera and Brennan Boesch both added a pair of hits and drove home a run apiece in the win.
Tigers Rally Late To Win 4th Straight!
You had to stay up late to see most of action in this one, but it was worth it!  Miguel Cabrera hit a solo home run in the top of the ninth to tie the game up at 1-1 to send it into extra innings.
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,…

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