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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.

 

GO TIGERS!

 

 

Active Players Include:

Pitchers: #62 Al Alburquerque,  #44 Joba Chamberlain, #48 Rick Porcello, #37 Max Scherzer, #33 Drew Smyly, #19 Anibal Sanchez, #46 Ian Kroll, #36 Joe Nathan and #35 Justin Verlander, #40 Phil Coke, #57 Evan Reed

Catchers: #13 Alex Avila and #50 Bryan Holaday, #41 Victor Martinez
Infielders: #24 Miguel Cabrera,  #1 Jose Iglesias, #3 Ian Kinsler, #26 Hernan Perez, #9 Nick Castellanos, #20 Danny Worth, #27 Andrew Romine
Outfielders: #48 Torii Hunter, #12 Andy Dirks, #14 Austin Jackson, #32 Don Kelly, #26 J.D. Martinez, and #20 Rajai Davis

Here Is The 2014 Detroit Tigers Broadcast Schedule!!!

ALDS--TIGERS VS. BALTIMORE ORIOLES

Thurs, October 2, Game One: (L--3-12)

Friday, October 3, Game Two: (L--6-7)

Sunday, October 5, Game Three: (L--1-2)

Season Over. Thanks For Tuning In For Another Great Season!

 

MARCH

Monday, March 31: Kansas City--(Opening Day!!!) (W--4-3)

APRIL (14-9)

Wednesday, April 2: vs. Kansas City--(W--2-1--10 ings)

Thursday, April 3: vs. Kansas City--(RAINOUT--MakeUp 6/19)

Friday, April 4: vs. Baltimore--(W--10-4)

Saturday, April 5: vs. Baltimore--(W--7-6)

Sunday, April 6: vs. Baltimore--(L--1-3)

Tuesday, April 8: at LA Dodgers--9:45pm (L--2-3)

Wednesday, April 9: at LA Dodgers--(W--7-6--10 innings)

Friday, April 11: at San Diego--(L--0-6)

Saturday, April 12: at San Diego--(W--6-2)

Sunday, April 13: at San Diego--(L--1-5)

Tuesday, April 15: vs. Clevleand--(POSTPONED)

Wednesday, April 16: vs. Cleveland--(L--2-3)

Thursday, April 17: vs. Cleveland--(W--7-5)

Friday, April 18: vs. L.A. Angels--(L--6-11)

Saturday, April 19: vs. L.A. Angels--(W--5-2)

Sunday, April 20: vs. L.A. Angels--(W--2-1)

Monday, April 21: vs. ChiSox--(L--1-3)

Tuesday, April 22: vs. ChiSox--(W--8-6)

Wednesday, April 23: vs. ChiSox--(L--4-6)

Thursday, April 24: vs. ChiSox--(W--7-4)

Friday, April 25: at Minnesota--(W--10-6)

Saturday, April 26: at Minnesota--(L--3-5)

Sunday, April 27: at Minnesota--(PostPoned)

Tuesday, April 29: at ChiSox--(W--4-3)

Wednesday, April 30: at ChiSox--(W--5-1)

MAY (16-12)

Friday, May 2: at Kansas City--(W--8-2)

Saturday, May 3: at Kansas City--(W--9-2)

Sunday, May 4: at Kansas City--(W--9-4)

Monday, May 5: vs. Houston--(W--2-0)

Tuesday, May 6: vs. Houston--(W--11-4)

Wednesday, May 7: vs. Houston--(W--3-2)

Thursday, May 8: vs. Houston--(L--2-6)

Friday, May 9: vs. Minnesota--(L--1-2)

Saturday, May 10: vs. Minnesota--(W--9-3)

Sunday, May 11: vs. Minnesota--(L--3-4)

Monday, May 12: at. Baltimore--(W--4-1)

Tuesday,  May 13: at. Baltimore--(W--4-1--Miggy HR in 9th)

Wednesday, May 14 at Baltimore--(W--7-5)

Friday, May 16: at Boston--(W--1-0)

Saturday, May 17: at Boston--(W--6-1)

Sunday, May 18: at Boston--(W--6-2)

Monday, May 19: at Cleveland--(L--4-5 in 10. Snaps 11-game road win streak.)

Tuesday, May 20: at Cleveland--(L--2-6)

Wednesday, May 21: at Cleveland--(L--10-11--13ings)

Thursday,  May 22: vs. Texas--(L--2-9)

Friday, May 23: vs. (W--6-2)

Saturday, May 24: vs. Texas (L--2-12)

Sunday, May 25: vs. Texas--(L--4-12)

Monday, May 26: at Oakland--(L--0-10)

Tuesday, May 27: at Oakland--(W--6-5)

Wednesday, May 28: at Oakland--(L--1-3)

Thursday, May 29: at Oakland--(W--5-4)

Friday, May 30: at Seattle--(W--6-3)

Saturday, May 31: at Seattle--(L--2-3)

JUNE (14-13)

Sunday, June 1: at Seattle--(L--0-4)

Tuesday, June 3: vs. Toronto--(L--3-5)

Wednesday, June 4: vs. Toronto--(L--2-8) Tigs have lost 12 of last 16!

Thursday, June 5: vs. Toronto--(L--3-7)

Friday, June 6: vs. Boston--(W--6-2)

Saturday, June 7: vs. Boston--(W--8-6)

Sunday, June 8: vs. Boston--(L--3-5)

Monday, June 9: vs. at ChiSox--(L--5-6)

Tuesday, June 10: at ChiSox--Rainout

Wednesday, June 11: at ChiSox--(L--2-8)

Thursday, June 12: at ChiSox--(W--4-0--1st complete game for Scherzer)

Friday, June 13: vs. Minnesota--(L--0-2)

Saturday, June 14: vs. Minnesota--(W--12-9)

Sunday, June 15: vs. Minnesota--(W--4-3)

Monday, June 16: vs. Kansas City--(L--8-11)

Tuesday, June 17: vs. Kansas City--(L--4-11)

Wednesday, June 18: vs. Kansas City--(L--1-2)

Thursday, June 19: vs. Kansas City--(W--2-1)

Friday, June 20: at Cleveland--(W--6-4)

Saturday, June 21: at Cleveland--(W--5-4--10 Innings)

Sunday, June 22: at Cleveland--(W--10-4)

Tuesday, June 24: at Texas--(W--8-2)

Wednesday, June 25: at Texas--(W--8-6)

Thursday, June 26: at Texas--7(W--6-0)

Friday, June 27: at Houston--(L--3-4)

Saturday, June 28: at Houston--(W--4-3)

Sunday, June 29: vs. Houston--(L--4-6)

Monday, June 30: vs. Oakland--(W--5-4--Davis GW Grand Slam in 9th)

JULY--(13-12)

Tuesday, July 1: vs. Oakland--(W--3-0)

Wednesday, July 2: vs. Oakland--(W--9-3)

Thursday, July 3: vs. Tampa Bay--(W--8-1)

Friday, July 4: vs. Tampa Bay--6:40pm (L--3-6)

Saturday, July 5: vs. Tampa Bay--(L--2-7)

Sunday, July 6: vs. Tampa Bay--(L--3-7)

Tuesday, July 8: vs. L.A. Dodgers--(W--14-5)

Wednesday, July 9: vs. L.A. Dodgers--(W--4-1)

Thursday, July 10: at Kansas City--(W--16-4)

Friday, July 11: at Kansas City--(W--2-1)

Saturday, July 12: at Kansas City--(W--5-1)

Sunday, July 13: at Kansas City--(L--2-5)

ALL STAR BREAK--All Star Game on July 15

Tigers Record Into All-Star Break--(53-38--1st in A.L. Central)

Friday, July 18: vs. Cleveland--(L--3-9)

Saturday, July 19: vs. Cleveland--Double Header

    Game 1: (L--2-6)

    Game 2: (L--2-5)

Sunday, July 20: vs Cleveland (W--5-1)

Monday, July 21: at Arizona--(W--4-3)

Tuesday, July 22: at Arizona--(L--4-5)

Wednesday, July 23: at Arizona--(W--11-5)

Thursday, July 24: at L.A. Angels--(W--6-4)

Friday, July 25: at L.A. Angels--(L--1-2)

Saturday, July 26: at L.A. Angels--(L--0-4)

Sunday, July 27: at L.A. Angels--(L--1-2)

Tuesday, July 29: vs. ChiSox--(L--4-11)

Wednesday, July 30: vs. ChiSox--(W--7-2)

Thursday, July 31: vs. ChiSox--(L--4-7)

AUGUST (16-15)

Friday, August 1: vs. Colorado--(W--4-2)

Saturday, Aug. 2: vs. Colorado--(W--11-5)

Sunday, Aug. 3: vs. Colorado--(W--4-0)

Monday, Aug. 4: at Yankees--(L--1-2)

Tuesday, Aug 5: at Yankees--(W--4-3)

Wednesday, Aug 6: at Yankees--(L--1-5)

Thursday, Aug 7: at Yankees--(L--0-1)

Friday, Aug 8: at Toronto--(W--5-4--two HR's Top 9th)

Saturday, Aug 9: at Toronto--(L--2-3--10innings)

Sunday, Aug 10: at Toronto--(L--5-6--19 Innings!0

Monday, Aug 11: at Pittsburgh--(L--6-10)

Tuesday, Aug 12: at Pittsburgh--(L--2-4)

Wednesday, Aug. 13: vs. Pittsburgh--(W--8-4)

Thursday, Aug 14: vs. Pittsburgh--(W--5-2)

Friday, Aug. 15: vs. Seattle--(L--2-6)

Saturday, Aug 16: vs. Seattle--(W--4-2)

Sunday, Aug. 17 vs. Seattle--(L--1-8)

Tuesday, Aug. 19: at Tampa Bay--(W--8-6)

Wednesday, Aug 20: at Tampa Bay--(W--6-0)

Thursday, Aug. 21: at Tampa Bay--(L--0-1)

Friday, Aug. 22: at Minnesota--(L--6-20)

Saturday, Aug. 23: at Minnesota--

(Game 1: (L--4-12)

(Game 2: (W--8-6)

Sunday, Aug. 24: at Minnesota--(W--13-4)

Tuesday, Aug. 26: vs. Yankees--(W--5-2)

Wednesday, Aug. 27: vs Yankees--(L--4-8)

Thursday, Aug. 28: vs. Yankees--(W--3-2)

Friday, Aug. 29: at ChiSox--(W--7-1)

Saturday, Aug 30: at ChiSox Double Header

Game 1: (L--3-6)

Game 2: (W--8-4)

Sunday, Aug. 31: at Chisox--(L--2-6)

SEPTEMBER (16-10)

Monday, Sept. 1: at Cleveland--(W--12-1)

Tuesday, Sept. 2: at Cleveland--(W--4-2)

Wednesday, Sept. 3: at Cleveland--(L--0-7)

Thursday, Sept. 4: at Cleveland--(W--11-4--11ins)

Friday, Sept. 5: vs San Francisco--(L--2-8)

Saturday, Sept. 6: vs. San Francisco--(L--4-5)

Sunday, Sept. 7: vs. San Francisco--(W--6-1)

Monday, Sept. 8: vs. Kansas City--(W--9-5)

Tuesday, Sept 9: vs. Kansas City--(W--4-2)

Wednesday, Sept. 10: vs. Kansas City--(L--0-3)

Friday, Sept. 12: vs. Cleveland--(W--7-2)

Saturday, Sept. 13: vs. Cleveland--(W--5-4--Avila late HR)

Sunday, Sept. 14: vs. Cleveland--(W--6-4--Kinsler late HR)

Monday, Sept. 15: at Minnesota--(W--8-6)

Tuesday, Sept. 16: at Minnesota--(L--4-3)

Wednesday, Sept. 17: at Minnesota--(L--4-6)

Friday, Sept. 19: at Kansas City--(W--10-1)

Saturday, Sept. 20: at Kansas City--(W--3-2)

Sunday, Sept. 21: at Kansas City--(L--2-5)

Monday, Sept. 22: vs ChiSox--(L--0-2)

Tuesday, Sept. 23: vs ChiSox--(W--4-3)

Wednesday, Sept 24: vs ChiSox--(W--6-1)

Thursday, Sept. 25: vs. Minnesota--(W--4-2)

Friday, Sept. 26: vs Minnesota--(L--4-11)

Saturday, Sept.27: vs. Minnesota--(L--3-12)

Sunday, Sept. 28: vs. Minnesota--(W--3-0--Tigers Clinch Division!!!)

GO TIGERS!

 

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Tigers News

  • Russell leaves scouting department; Littlefield joins staff

    One of the hallmarks of Dave Dombrowski's tenure with the Tigers has been the continuity of his staff, keeping his inner circle of trusted advisors largely together in an era when even top evaluators often bounce around and success usually leads to bigger things for assistants. Dombrowski lost someone from his core group on Monday, but filled the void with a similarly familiar face.

  • Tigers' outfield prospect Moya slugs homer

    Steven Moya, who hit .276 with 33 doubles and 35 home runs at Double-A this year, connected on his first home run of the Arizona Fall League on Saturday night. Orioles prospect Zach Davies scattered two hits across four innings, striking out seven and earning the victory for Glendale.

  • Tigers hope for a healthy Iglesias to start at shortstop

    The Tigers will go into Spring Training in 2015 with the expectation that Jose Iglesias will be ready to go when camp begins in mid-February. If he meets that expectation, he's likely to be the Tigers' starting shortstop.

  • Pipeline Perspectives: Big ceiling for Tigers' Moya

    With the evaluation of talent being in the eye of the beholder, finding consensus is often difficult. Even Jim Callis and Jonathan Mayo of MLBPipeline.com don't always see eye to eye, and in this edition of Pipeline Perspectives, they tackle big outfielders in the Arizona Fall League, with Mayo preferring Steven Moya of the Tigers.

  • Miggy may not need surgery on bone spur in ankle

    What looked like a second consecutive offseason surgery -- and a second consecutive injury-shortened training regimen -- for Miguel Cabrera is now less certain. At this point, it's unclear whether the Tigers slugger will need surgery to remove a bone spur in his right ankle.

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