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Pitching struggles once again prove costly to Tigers in loss to Royals

DETROIT — There’s a danger in having to ride young players in the middle of a playoff chase.

The Detroit Tigers have gotten plenty of help from young pitchers Matt Boyd, Michael Fulmer and Daniel Norris, but not on Sunday. 893 more words

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Does Anibal Sanchez Have His Stuff Back?

Coming into the month of July, this season was shaping up to be another rough one for Tigers’ former standout pitcher Anibal Sanchez. He had a 6.05 ERA, and the advanced metrics weren’t looking fondly on his prospects for a rebound, either; he had a 5.77 FIP and a 5.23 xFIP. 977 more words


[UPDATED] Catching Fire: Mike Drop

UPDATE: Approximately seven minutes after we published this post, the Tigers took our advice and traded Aviles to the Atlanta Braves.

The Tigers have acquired infielder Erick Aybar for infielder Mike Aviles and catcher Kate Scivicque, according to the team.

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After Vintage Performance, Tigers Can't Fall Back In Love With Sanchez

By: Will Burchfield

As far as Anibal Sanchez is concerned, Tuesday evening was a feel-good night at Comerica Park.

The beleaguered pitcher put forth his best start of the season, resurrecting abilities that seemed lost to time. 677 more words


Anibal Sanchez Needs a Time Out

There was really no other way to say it: Max Scherzer was getting his darthole blown out.

The still-newly acquired Tiger has getting shelled start after start at the beginning of the 2010 season, sporting a 1-4 record and a 7.29 ERA (highlighted by a start at Minnesota where he allowed 10 earned runs and walked 4 batters — with a single strikeout — in only 4.1 innings). 549 more words

Maybin the hero in amazing Tigers comeback

Roberson alum Cameron Maybin was front and center Thursday night, helping the Detroit Tigers score eight runs in the ninth inning of their latest major league win. 321 more words


After 1 Start, Tigers Putting Sanchez Back In The Bullpen

DETROIT (AP) — Anibal Sanchez is heading back to the bullpen for the Detroit Tigers.

Manager Brad Ausmus says the Tigers will use Sanchez in relief after he returned to the rotation for one start. 104 more words