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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.

And the Tigers have won Four straight American League Central Division Titles.

The Tigers play in Comerica Park,  and are led by second-year manager Brad Ausmus.

 

GO TIGERS!

 

 

Active Players Include:

Pitchers: #62 Al Alburquerque,  #44 Joba Chamberlain, #48 Rick Porcello, #46 Ian Kroll, #33 Drew Smyly, #19 Anibal Sanchez, #36 Joe Nathan and #35 Justin Verlander, #31 Alfredo Simon, #14 David Price, #38 Joakim Soria, #32 Tom Gorzelanny, #61 Shane Greene, #43 Bruce Rondon, #30 Alex Wilson

Catchers: #13 Alex Avila and #41 Victor Martinez, #50 Bryan Holiday
Infielders: #24 Miguel Cabrera,  #1 Jose Iglesias, #3 Ian Kinsler, #26 Hernan Perez, #9 Nick Castellanos, #27 Andrew Romine
Outfielders:  #26 J.D. Martinez, and #20 Rajai Davis, #52 Yoenis Cespedes, #33 Steven Moya, #18 Tyler Collins, #12 Anthony Gose, #29 Daniel Fields

Here Is The 2015 Detroit Tigers Broadcast Schedule!!!

MAY

Friday, May 1 at Kansas City--(L--1-4)

Saturday, May 2 at Kansas City--(W--2-0)

Sunday, May 3 at Kansas City--(W--6-4)

Tuesday, May 5 at ChiSox--7:45pm

Wed., May 6 at ChiSox--7:45pm

Thursday, May 7 at ChiSox--1:45pm

Friday, May 8 vs. Kansas City--6:40pm

Saturday, May 9 vs. Kansas City--12:40pm

Sunday, May 10 vs. Kansas City--12:40pm

Tuesday, May 12 vs. Minnesota--6:40pm

Wed., May 13 vs. Minnesota--6:40pm

Thursday, May 14 vs. Minnesota--12:40pm

Friday, May 15 at St. Louis--7:50pm

Saturday, May 16 at St. Louis--1:50pm

Sunday, May 17at St. Louis--1:50pm

Monday, May 18 vs. Milwaukee--6:40pm

Tuesday, May 19 vs. Milwaukee--6:40pm

Wed., May 20 vs. Milwaukee--6:40pm

Thursday, May 21 vs. Houston--12:40pm

Friday, May 22 vs. Houston--6:40pm

Saturday, May 23 vs. Houston--3:40pm

Sunday, May 24 vs. Houston--12:40pm

Monday, May 25 at Oakland--3:15pm

Tuesday, May 26 at Oakland--9:40pm

Wed., May 27 at Oakland--3:10pm

Thursday, May 28 at L.A. Angels--9:40pm

Friday, May 29 at L.A. Angels--9:40pm

Saturday, May 30 at Angels--8:40pm

Sunday, May 31 at L.A. Angels--3:10pm

JUNE

Tuesday, June 2 vs. Oakland--6:40pm

Wed., June 3 vs. Oakland--6:40pm

Thursday, June 4 vs. Oakland--12:40pm

Friday, June 5 at ChiSox--7:45pm

Saturday, June 6 at ChiSox--6:50pm

Sunday, June 7 at ChiSox--1:45pm

Tuesday, June 9 vs. Cubs--6:40pm

Wed., June 10 vs. Cubs--6:40pm

Friday, June 12 vs. Cleveland--6:40pm

Saturday, June 13 vs. Cleveland--3:40pm

Sunday, June 14 vs. Cleveland--12:40pm

Monday, June 15 vs. Cincinnati--6:40pm

Tuesday, June 16 vs. Cincinnati--6:40pm

Wed., June 17 at Cincinnati--6:45pm

Thursday, June 18 at at Cincinnati--6:45pm

Friday, June 19 at Yankees--6:40pm

Saturday, June 20 at Yankees--6:50pm

Sunday, June 21 at Yankees--(?)

Monday, June 22 at Clevleand--6:40pm

Tuesday, June 23 at Cleveland--6:40pm

Wed., June 24 at Cleveland 11:40pm

Thursday, June 25 vs. ChiSox--12:40pm

Friday, June 26 vs. ChiSox--6:40pm

Saturday, June 27 vs. ChiSox--6:40pm

Sunday, June 28 vs. ChiSox--12:40pm

Tuesday, June 30--Pittsburgh--6:40pm

JULY

Wed., July 1 vs. Pittsburgh--6:40pm

Thursday, July 2 vs. Pittsburgh--12:40pm

Friday, July 3 vs. Toronto--6:40pm

Saturday, July 4 vs. Toronto--12:40pm

Sunday, July 5 vs. Toronto--12:40pm

Monday, July 6 at Seattle--9:45pm

Tuesday, July 7 at Seattle--9;45pm

Wed., July 8 at Seattle--3:15pm

Thursday, July 9 at Minnesota--7:45pm

Friday, July 10 at Minnesota--7:45pm

Saturday, July 11 at Minnesota--1:45pm

Sunday, July 12 at Minnesota--1:45pm

ALL STAR BREAK

 

APRIL (15-8)

Monday, April 6 vs. Minnesota--(W--4-0)

Wed., April 8 vs. Minnesota--(W--11-0)

Thursday, April 9 vs. Minnesota--(W--7-1)

Friday, April 10, at Cleveland--(W--8-4)

Saturday, April 11 at Cleveland--(W--9-6)

Sunday, April 12 at Cleveland--(W--8-5)

Monday, April 13 at Pittsburgh--(L--4-5)

Tuesday, April 14 at Pittsburgh--(W--2-0)

Wed., April 15 at Pittsburgh--(W--1-0)

Friday, April 17 vs. ChiSox--(W--2-1)

Satruday, April 18 vs. ChiSox--(L--3-12)

Sunday, April 19 vs. ChiSox--(W--9-1)

Monday, April 20 vs. Yankees--(W--2-1)

Tuesday, April 21 vs. Yankees--(L--2-5)

Wed., April 22 vs. Yankees--(L--4-13)

Thursday, April 23 vs. Yankees--(L--1-2)

Friday, April 24 vs. Cleveland--(L--1-13)

Saturday, April 25 vs. Cleveland--(W--4-1

Sunday, April 26 vs. Cleveland--(W--8-6)

Monday, April 27 at Minnesota--(W--5-4)

Tuesday, April 28 at Minnesota--(L--2-3)

Wed, April 29 at Minnesota--(W--10-7)

Thursday, April 30 at Kansas City--(L--1-8)

GO TIGERS!

 

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Tigers News

  • Tigers are in good place after KC showdown

    Four weeks into the season it is a little early to get too excited. But the four-time defending AL Central champion Tigers, however, have to be feeling pretty good about the way things are coming together after a series split with the Royals.

  • Anibal stays tough on KC as Tigers earn split

    Right-hander Anibal Sanchez logged five perfect frames before a leadoff single in the sixth and Alex Avila had three RBIs in leading the Tigers to a 6-4 win over the Royals on Sunday. Kansas City starter Jeremy Guthrie was tagged for six runs.

  • Pitching, timely hits key for salvaging series

    In the AL Central standings, however, the Tigers left town looking pretty much the same as they came in, a half-game up on the Royals after Sunday's 6-4 win. Considering where they stood two games into their four-game series, it was a good look.

  • Anibal displays front-line stuff in key series

    Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez fired 7 1/3 strong innings in Sunday's 6-4 win to improve to 6-2 vs. Kansas City since joining Detroit in 2012.

  • Iglesias aims to play despite groin tightness

    Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias exited Sunday's 6-4 win over the Royals with tightness in his left groin. He is listed as day to day, but Iglesias is optimistic he can return on Tuesday against the White Sox.

Tom Sullivan

3-6PM

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