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Tigers finally get to Sabathia in 2-1 win

DETROIT – J.D. Martinez and Yoenis Cespedes hit consecutive RBI singles in the seventh inning, and Joba Chamberlain got Jacoby Ellsbury to hit into a crucial double play in the eighth, helping the Detroit Tigers to a 2-1 victory over the New York Yankees on Monday night. 415 more words

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Yanks can't prevent Tigers from late-inning comeback

The Yankees tried to carry the momentum of an uplifting weekend at Tampa Bay into Detroit, but the regenerated offense failed to follow them. They scored merely one run Monday night, a total seldom enough to prevail against the Tigers’ powerhouse. 621 more words

"Americanizing" the Original Americans thro Baseball

This book tells a harsh story of late-19th-century race and baseball in the U.S. Set at a federally funded boarding school, where indoctrination in what was rapidly becoming the National Pastime would “transform” (read… 56 more words

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Soria, Chamberlain Expect Smooth Transition Into Closer, Setup Roles

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

CBS DETROIT – The bullpen situation of the Detroit Tigers took another twist this week when the team announced veteran closer Joe Nathan would join setup man Bruce Rondon on the disabled list. 679 more words

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Tigers Relievers Excited To See What Nesbitt Can Do In Detroit

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

CBS DETROIT – With Joe Nathan and Bruce Rondon on the disabled list, the Detroit Tigers will get a closer look at the rest of their bullpen. 509 more words

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Never Stop Improving The Bullpen

The Tigers have many bullpen questions. Joe Nathan can’t pitch his way out of a paper bag and would have been left off of the Opening Day roster if Bruce Rondon was able to pitch on back to back days instead of developing shoulder soreness that landed him on the DL instead. 522 more words

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Money Talks: Joba, Moncada, Giancarlo Stanton & Scherzer

In a recent Sports Illustrated article, Giancarlo Stanton said he was ‘angered’ by the record $325 million dollar contract offer from the Miami Marlins. Miami’s history of cutting payrolls after signing high priced talent is one reason for the anger stating, “five months doesn’t change five years.” I get what he is trying to convey to the public and he very well might mean what he is saying; that the numbers don’t mean anything. 172 more words

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