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Detroit Tigers Score Late To Win 3rd Straight
Max Scherzer pitched well enough to earn his 10th win of the season.  He didn't get it, but the Tigers rallied for two runs in the bottom of the 8th to pull out a 4-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays in a make-up game from a rainout from back in May.  Tiger Manager Jim Leyland had to wa…
Tigers-Jays Rained Out, On To Boston
The second game between the Tigers and Blue Jays was rained out last night and will be made up on Monday, June 27th at Comerica park in Detroit.  It's the second rainout in the last three games for the Tigers, who also had a game with the Royals washed out...
Tiger Bats Go Cold, Win Streak Stopped.
It felt like April in the "D".  Early April, when the temperatures were closer to 40 than 70, and the Tiger bats had yet to thaw.  The Tigers managed to score a run in the first and Max Scherzer made that hold up through 7 innings before leaving with the game ti…
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…
Tigers Win Again In Toronto
The Tigers took 3 out of 4 in Toronto after losing the opening game of this series on Friday night.  This one wasn't pretty, but a win is a win and the Tigers came out on top of Toronto tonight 10-5.
Tigers Jack Jays, 5-2
Austin Jackson had another 3-hit day today.  Yesterday, he had three more hits than the entire Blue Jay team, but it went unnoticed as Justin Verlander pitched a no-hitter.  Today, Jackson's hits were hard to ignore.  Especially his two-run homer to give Detroit the lead 4-2 in t…
Verlander No-Hits Jays, Tigers Win 9-0
Justin Verlander had all of his pitches working today.  The Tigers scored runs early and often, and the defense made some plays to help him to his second career no-hitter, just the 7th in Tiger history.  It was almost a perfect game
Tigers Lose In Toronto
The Tigers had a good thing going when they beat the Yankees 3 straight times to wrap up a home stand at Comerica Park.  Winning on the road has been a problem in recent history for this team
Lansing Lugnuts Open Season Thursday
I am a baseball fan.  I love my Tigers, but like many of you can't afford  many trips to see them in person due to the astronomical prices of attending a Major League game.  Fortunately, we Flintoids live about an hour away from two minor league teams that are well worth seeing.  I mentioned the Gre…