NewsRadio 790am WSGW is Your Home for Detroit Tigers Baseball for 48 Consecutive Years! We would like to remind our listeners that you can only hear the Tigers on WSGW 790 through your radio. We are very sorry but we can not stream the games via the web or apps.
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.
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!!!
The Spring Training Games To Be Heard On 790AM Are In Bold. Games broadcasts are tentative due to Michigan Basketball and Detroit Red Wings Hockey. Please check back as the Spring Training Broadcast Schedule will be updated so you know when you can hear the games.
MARCH (SPRING TRAINING)
Monday, March 2--vs. Fla. Southern--1pm
Tuesday, March 3 vs. Baltimore--1pm
Wednsday, March 4 at Baltimore--1pm
Thursday, March 5 vs. Atlanta--1pm
Friday, March 6 at NY Mets--1:10pm
Saturday, March 7 at Atlanta--1pm
Sunday, March 8 vs. Houston
Monday, March 9 vs. Toronto--1pm
Tuesday, March 10 at Philadelphia--1pm
Wed., March 11 at Washington--1pm
Thursday, March 12 vs Philadelphia--1pm
Friday, March 13 at Atlanta--1pm
Saturday, March 14 at Philadelphia--1pm
Sunday, March 15 at Miami--1pm
Monday, March 16 at St. Louis--1pm
Tuesday, March 17 vs. Washington--1pm
Wednesday, March 18 at Pittsburgh--6pm
Thursday, March 19 at Washington--1pm
Friday, March 20 vs. NY Yankees--1pm
Saturday, March 21 vs. NY Mets--1pm
Sunday, March 22 vs Washington--1pm
Tuesday, March 24 at Yankees--7pm
Wednesday, March 25 vs. Miami--1pm
Thursday, March 26 at Washington--1pm
Friday, March 27 at Toronto--1pm
Saturday, March 28 at St. Louis--1pm
Sunday, March 29 at Philadelphia--1pm
Monday, March 30 at Atlanta--1pm
Tuesday, March 31 at Pittsburgh--1pm
APRIL (SPRING TRAINING)
Wed, April 1 vs. Houston--1pm
Thursday, April 2 vs. NY Yankees--1pm
Friday, April 3 vs. Tampa Bay--1pm
Saturday, April 4 at Tampa Bay--1pm
Track the Tigers.....
Alex Avila will be out of action for the Tigers for the next few days. It has nothing to do with the tight back that bothered him last week or the concussion issues that have followed him the past few years. Instead, he's going on paternity leave. Avila headed out to be with his wife, Kristina, at their home in South Florida for the birth of their second child, a baby girl named Zoey who arrived at 12:18 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus sees a counterbalance coming to the increasing number of infield shifts around baseball. And he sees it coming soon.
In the top of the fifth, Dixon Machado singled and was caught in a rundown, with Anthony Gose crossing home plate to put the Tigers up a run. Nick Castellanos, whose 23rd birthday was Wednesday, added a two-run homer off Chaz Roe after that.
Don't forget about Ian Krol in the Tigers' bullpen.
For the second consecutive outing, Anibal Sanchez pitched two outstanding innings against the Orioles. This time, there's plenty more to come.