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Max Scherzer hopes to be back with Tigers in 2015

It might just be media talk, for the fans, for the Tigers fans who are already grieving, but I hope he’s being sincere — if Max Scherzer re-signs, I’ll feel a lot better about the Tigers’ chances in 2015. It’ll cost them a pretty penny, though.

Detroit Tigers swept by Baltimore Orioles in ALDS

The Detroit Tigers season came to an unceremonious close on Sunday, hours after the Detroit Lions lost a heartbreaking Week 5 game against the Buffalo Bills due to a repeated kicker problem. The problem for the Tigers all season was their bullpen. They struggled to close out games and, as a result, they only managed to […]

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Justin Verlander buzzed

Your browser does not support iframes. Justin Verlander usually does the buzzing, but today he was bothered by a busy bee, who was intent on distracting Verlander like a series of leaked iPhone photos. Verlander got the win in the end, as the Tigers defeated the Royals.

Big sports Monday in Detroit

Tigers take on 1st place KC Royals at 4 p.m. (up 8-2 at time of this publishing) and Lions open up their 2014 season on Monday Night Football next door at 7:10 p.m. Get rowdy, friends.

Joe Nathan appears to react to booing fans and looks like an idiot

This isn’t Joe Nathan essentially flipping off irrational, booing fans after he pitched a perfect ninth inning; this is Joe Nathan essentially flipping off rightfully booing fans after he escaped yet another shitty ninth inning. Nathan walked the first two batters he faced in a non-save, 4-run-cushioned situation, and the first out he recorded was […]

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Tigers bat boy takes a nasty spill

Anibal Sanchez, Joakim Soria, Justin Verlander and … the Bat Boy. Omar Vizquel was either having fun with the Bat Boy by tossing the guard up in the air for the Bat Boy to catch as he ran off the field or he was playing a condescending game of fetch. Either way, Bat Boy missed the catch and […]

Justin Verlander to undergo MRI after career-worst start

Justin Verlander only lasted an inning on Monday night after giving up five runs (four earned) on four hits and two walks. (Ironically, he struck out all three batters who recorded an out.) Despite the rocky first, a healthy Verlander would’ve been asked to grit his teeth and eat some more innings due to the […]

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