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The Detroit Tigers have been a key part of Michigan Baseball for over a hundred years. Since their foundation in 1894 as a part of the Western League the Tigers have won four World Series Titles, and ten American League Championships.
Today the Detroit Tigers play in Comerica Park and lead by first-year manager Brad Ausmus.
"The Morning Team Show's" Charlie Rood holding Justin Verlander's "Fastball Bars." We will try to eat one of these bars at least once a week with the hopes of helping the Tigers bring home a World Series Championship! Even better, the proceeds go to Verlander's "Wins for Warriors" initiative, which helps returning servicemembers and their families.
Active Players Include:
Pitchers: #62 Al Alburquerque, #38 Darin Downs, #53 Joaquin Benoit, #44 Joba Chamberlain, #48 Rick Porcello, #37 Max Scherzer, #33 Drew Smyly, #19 Anibal Sanchez, #56 Jose Ortega, #36 Joe Nathan and #35 Justin Verlander.
Catchers: #13 Alex Avila and #55 Brayan Pena, #41 Victor Martinez
Infielders: #24 Miguel Cabrera, #1 Jose Iglesias, #3 Ian Kinsler, #26 Hernan Perez, #9 Nick Castellanos
Outfielders: #48 Torii Hunter, #12 Andy Dirks, #14 Austin Jackson, #32 Don Kelly, and #20 Rajai Davis
Here Is The 2014 Detroit Tigers Broadcast Schedule!!!
All Times Are Broadcast Times On WSGW 790AM
Spring Training Broadcast Games Are In BOLD
Wednesday, February 26: Atlanta--1pm
Thursday, February 27: Atlanta--1pm
Friday, February 28: NY Yankees--1pm
Saturday, March 1: Houston--1pm
Sunday, March 2: Atlanta--1pm
Monday, March 3: St. Louis--1pm
Tuesday, March 4: Pittsburgh--1pm
Wednesday, March 5: Houston--1pm
Thursday, March 6: Philadelphia--1pm
Friday, March 7: NY Yankees--7pm
Saturday, March 8: NY Mets--1pm
Sunday, March 9 : Miami--1pm
Monday, March 10: St. Louis--1pm
Tuesday, March 11: Toronto--1pm
Wednesday, March 12: NY Yankees--1pm
Thursday, March 13: Miami--1pm
Friday, March 14: Washington--1pm
Saturday, March 15: Houston--1pm
Sunday, March 16: Washington--1pm
Monday, March 17: Washington--1pm
Tuesday, March 18: Toronto--1pm
Thursday, March 20: Washington--1pm
Friday, March 21: Atlanta--1pm
Saturday, March 22: Toronto--1pm
Sunday, March 23: Miami--1pm
Monday, March 24: Pittsburgh--1pm
Tuesday, March 25: Atlanta--1pm
Wednesday, March 26: Philadelphia--1pm
Thursday, March 27: Atlanta--1pm
Friday, March 28: Tampa Bay--1pm
Saturday, March 29: Washington--2pm
END OF SPRING TRAINING
Monday, March 31: Kansas City--12:40pm (Opening Day!!!)
Wednesday, April 2: vs. Kansas City--12:40pm
Thursday, April 3: vs. Kansas City--12:40pm
Friday, April 4: vs. Baltimore--12:40pm
Saturday, April 5: vs. Baltimore--12:40pm
Sunday, April 6: vs. Baltimore--12:40pm
Tuesday, April 8: at LA Dodgers--9:45pm
Wednesday, April 9: at LA Dodgers--9:45pm
Friday, April 11: at San Diego--9:45pm
Saturday, April 12: at San Diego--8:15pm
Sunday, April 13: at San Diego--3:45pm
Tuesday, April 15: vs. Clevleand--6:40pm
Track the Tigers.....
Tigers ace Justin Verlander, a former American League Cy Young Award winner, is among a handful of pitchers scheduled to make their Spring Training debuts on Tuesday during an eventful slate of action in both the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues.
Tigers prospect Steven Moya is having the kind of spring that would win a job for many players, but he has yet to play a game above Class A ball. The logical jump for Moya would be to start the season at Double-A Erie, not Detroit, and he's making a big case for that.
With 10 extra-base hits, including two home runs by Miguel Cabrera and four RBIs from Steven Moya and Nick Castellanos, the Tigers thrashed the Cardinals, 17-5, on Monday at Roger Dean Stadium.
Max Scherzer led the Majors in run support among starting pitchers last year. It figures, then, that the biggest offensive outburst the Tigers have enjoyed all spring came with Scherzer on the mound.
The Tigers sent a procession of lefty relievers to the mound on Monday against the Cardinals with solid results, from Blaine Hardy to Casey Crosby and then Kyle Lobstein. However, manager Brad Ausmus is not married to the idea of a two-lefty bullpen.