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Miguel Cabrera Injury Will Test Tigers' Playoff-Race Mettle

This is what you call a snowball. Or at this point it might seem more like Murphy’s Law trying to take effect on the Detroit Tigers, because anything that can seemingly go wrong is creeping around the team right now.

What We've Learned About the Detroit Tigers Near the Halfway Mark

The Detroit Tigers find themselves mired in mediocrity as the MLB season nears its midway point. At 36-34, Detroit holds the 16th-best record out of 30 teams in the majors.

This is a big underachievement for a perennially contending team.

Kid Catches Oakland Home Run Ball Then Pouts When He Realizes What It Means

As a kid, few things can rival the thrill of a catching a baseball at a live game.

That held true for this young fella in the first row as the Oakland Athletics visited the Detroit Tigers Tuesday night…well, at first.

Is It Time for the Detroit Tigers to Call Up Steven Moya?

In case you hadn’t noticed, the Detroit Tigers offense has had its struggles this season.

Victor Martinez Injury: Updates on Tigers Star's Knee and Return

Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with inflammation in his left knee.  

Continue for updates.

Martinez Heads to DL with Knee Inflammation

Tuesday, May 19

The Tigers' official PR Twitter feed reported that Martinez was placed on the 15-day DL with inflammation in his left knee.

Miguel Cabrera Appears a Lock for Immortal 600-Home Run, 3,000-Hit Club

It doesn't take much time to run out of superlatives when describing Miguel Cabrera’s ability to make square contact with a baseball.

3 Ways the Detroit Tigers Have Already Improved This Season

Five weeks into the 2015 MLB season, the Detroit Tigers (19-13) are looking up at the Kansas City Royals (20-12) in the American League Central Division standings.

A one-game deficit in no way constitutes “languishing,” but the Tigers are a team accustomed to being front-runners. Winning four straight division titles is testament to that.

5 Biggest Takeaways from the 1st Month of the Detroit Tigers' Season

The Detroit Tigers have begun the 2015 regular season in fine fashion. A 17-9 record through the first month puts them in familiar territory atop the American League Central Division.

Healthy Miguel Cabrera Looking Like His Old Dominant Self Again

Not too long ago, it wasn't beyond reason to think 2015 would be the year Miguel Cabrera finally slipped from the ranks of Major League Baseball's elite hitters.

But now? Yeah, now that notion comes off as crazy talk. Rather than a hitter in decline, Cabrera is looking much more like his vintage self.

Shane Greene Already Looking Like a Great Fit in the Tigers' Retooled Rotation

The Detroit Tigers possess no ordinary starting rotation. At least, not during their four-year postseason run that preceded this campaign. The likes of Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer, David Price and Rick Porcello have combined to make them the most dominant group in the American League.


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