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Mike Zunino continues tear, leads Mariners past Tigers 6-2

By Tim Booth

SEATTLE – When Mike Zunino was shuttled off to the minors in the early days of May, the Seattle Mariners catcher was hitting .167, had yet to hit a home run and had just two RBIs in 24 games. 728 more words

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The Two-Pronged Benefit Of Starting Anibal Sanchez

By: Will Burchfield
@burchie_kid

There was an inevitability to this.

When Anibal Sanchez accepted a demotion to Triple-A Toledo in May, one got the feeling that he’d eventually be back. 750 more words

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Saving Detroit: Tigers in Retrograde

I thought we already covered this, Brad.

After a pleasantly surprising series sweep of the White Sox, the Tigers have lost eight of twelve and fallen to fourth place in the underwhelming AL Central. 81 more words

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Avila Explains Why Tigers May 'Cling Onto' Sanchez

By: Will Burchfield
@burchie_kid

The Tigers optioned Anibal Sanchez to Triple-A Toledo on Monday after Sanchez gave his consent. As a veteran player with 10-and-5 rights, he could have rejected the move and remained in the big leagues. 490 more words

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Tigers Option Sanchez To Triple-A Toledo After He Gives Consent

By Will Burchfield
@burchie_kid

Things haven’t worked out for Anibal Sanchez as a long reliever. The former ERA champion wants to be a starter again. 265 more words

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Tigers Burned By Loyalty To Sanchez, K-Rod

By: Will Burchfield
@burchie_kid

This was bound to happen eventually. It’s bound to happen again.

The Tigers, either through staunch faith or blind loyalty or some combination of the two, are keeping a pair of pitchers on their roster who are shells of their formers selves. 631 more words

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Tigers' inability to grow players on their own not limited to arms

Posted May 13, 2017

Mike Henneman was a tall, lanky right-handed pitcher out of Oklahoma State University, class of 1984.

Henneman’s delivery was herky-jerky and three-quarters sidearm. 1,022 more words

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