Detroit Tigers Baseball

Celebrating 55 years of Detroit Tigers Baseball on NewsRadio 790am WSGW!!!

The Detroit Tigers began in 1894 as a part of the Western League. The Tigers have won four World Series Titles (1935, 1945, 1968, and 1984), and ten American League Championships.

The Tigers play in Comerica Park, and are led by manager A.J. Hinch for a second straight year.

After a few seasons of rough baseball, the rebuilding project finally started to show signs of success last year as we brought you some fun moments on WSGW.

We heard Miguel Cabrera hit career home run #500. Spencer Turnbull pitched a no-hitter! And many younger Tigers made some major contributions, like Akil Baddoo, Casey Mize, Tarik Skubal, and Gregory Soto, who  helped pump some much-needed energy back into Tigers Nation!

The Tigers are poised to become a perennial contender for the AL Central crown, thanks to newly acquired starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez, and the much-anticipated season debut of outfielding prospect Riley Greene!

We are looking forward to Year #55 of Tigers Baseball on WSGW!

Final 2021 record: 77-85.

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 due to copyright rules, we cannot stream the games via the web or apps.

GO TIGERS!

Active Players Include:
Pitchers:  #29 Tarik Skubal, #32 Michael Fulmer, #33 Brian Garcia, Andrew Chaffin #37, #51 Rony Garcia, #56 Michael Pineada,  #65 Gregory Soto, #70 Tyler Alexander, #77 Joe Jiminez

Catchers:  #13 Eric Haase, #15 Tucker Barnhart, #17 Grayson Greiner, #34 Jake Rodgers,

Infielders:  #7 Jonathan Schoop, #9 Willie Castro, #28 Javier Baez, #24 Miguel Cabrera, #30 Harold Castro, #46 Jeimer Candelario, #73 Spencer Torkelson

Outfielders:   #8 Robbie Grossman, #17 Austin Meadows, #22 Victor Reyes, #31 Riley Green, #54 Derek Hill

GO TIGERS!!!

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HERE IS THE 2022 DETROIT TIGERS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE! ALL REGULAR SEASON START TIMES ARE BROADCAST START TIMES ON 790 NEWSRADIO WSGW.

April (7-13)

Friday, April 8 vs. White Sox (W–5-4–Baez Walk-Off Single!)

Saturday, April 9 vs. White Sox–(L–2-5–Mize gives up 4 runs in 5 innings)

Sunday, April 10 vs. White Sox–(L–1-10–Skubal gets loss after getting tagged for 4 runs in 4 innings)

Monday, April 11 vs. Red Sox–(W–3-1–Baez 2-Run HR in 8th)

Tuesday, April 12 vs. Red Sox–(L–Tigs relinquish 3-0 lead)

Wed., April 13 vs. Red Sox–(L–7-9–Torkelson 1st career HR)

Thursday, April 14 at Royals–(W–4-2–Cabrera gets 3 hits & scores run. Just 6 shy of 3000k hits!)

Friday, April 15 at Royals–(W–2-1–Torkelson two-run homer)

Saturday, April 16 at Royals–(L–1-3–Tigers generate just 4 hits; Baez placed on IL)

Sunday, April 17 at Royals–1:50pm 🐰 (RAINOUT–MAKEUP DATE JULY 11)

Tuesday, April 19 vs. Yankees–(L–2-4–Tigs manage only 4 hits)

Wed., April 20 vs. Yankees–(L–3-5–Cabrera gets 3 more hits, one shy of 3k)

Thursday, April 21 vs. Yankees–(W–3-0–Meadows 2RBI Single; Soto five-out save!)

Friday, April 22 vs. Rockies–RAINOUT!

Saturday, April 23 vs. Rockies–Doubleheader–(Gm 1: W–13-0–Miguel Cabrera records 3,000th career hit!!!) (Gm 2: L–3-4)

Sunday, April 24 vs. Rockies–(L–2-6)

Tuesday, April 26 at Twins–(L–4-5–Soto and team blow lead in bottom of 9th)

Wed., April 27 vs. at Twins–(L–0-5–Tigers record just two hits in loss)

Thursday, April 28 at Twins–(L–1-7–Tigers commit four errors)

Friday, April 29 at Dodgers –(L–1-5)

Saturday, April 30 at Dodgers–(W–5-1–Meadows & Baez 2RBI’s)

May (12-15)

Sunday, May 1, at Dodgers–(L–3-6–E Rod allows 6 runs , 2 unearned, in loss)

Tuesday, May 3 vs. Pirates–RAINOUT

Wed., May 4 vs. Pirates–(W–3-2–Tigers score 3 unearned runs) (L–2-7–Faedo pitches 5 innings of 2-run ball in first start)

Thursday, May 5 at Astros–(L–2-3–Cabrera passes Kaline on hit list)

Friday, May 6 at Astros–(L–2-3–Fulmer suffers first loss in relief)

Saturday, May 7 at Astros–(L–2-3–Cabrera records 60tth double in loss)

Sunday, May 8 at Astros–(L–0-5–Tigers get 1-hit, lost 12 0f 14) 💐

Monday, May 9 vs. Athletics–(L–0-2–Tigers held scoreless for 24 straight innings!)

Tuesday, May 10 vs Athletics–(Gm 1: W–6-0; Skubal 7 scoreless innings, Candelario 3RBIs) (Gm 2: L–1-4–offense struggles again)

Wed., May 11 vs. Athletics–(L–0-9–Not much to say about this one)

Thursday, May 12 vs. Athletics–(L–3-5–Fulmer gives up 2 runs in 8th)

Friday, May 13 vs. Orioles–(W–4-2–Cabrera HR #504)

Saturday, May 14 vs. Orioles–(W–3-0–W. Castro hits first homer of season)

Sunday, May 15 vs. Orioles–(W–5-1–Skubal records 11 K’s in 6 shutout innings. Tigers Sweep! 🧹)

Monday, May 16 vs. Rays–(W–3-2–H. Castro solo HR in top of 9th)

Tuesday, May 17 vs. Rays–(L–1-8–Candelario solo shot accounts for Tigers’ lone run in loss)

Wed, May 18 vs. Rays–(L–1-6–E.Rod goes down with injury; Torkelson solo HR)

Friday, May 20 at Guardians–(L–1-6–Skubal goes down with shin injury)

Saturday, May 21 at Guardians–RAINOUT

Sunday, May 22 at Guardians–(W–4-2–Cameron RBI Single & HR-Saving Catch!)

Monday, May 23 at Twins–(L–4-5–Chafin gives-up walk-off single in 9th; Cabrera 2 hits & RBI)

Tuesday, May 24 at Twins–(L–0-2–Tigers strikeout 12 times, 0-5 with RISP)

Wed., May 25 at Twins–(W–4-2–Candelario 2-run HR in 10th; H.Castro 2 HRs!)

Thursday, May 26 vs. (W–4-3–Miggy walk-off single!)

Friday, May 27 vs. Guardians–RAINOUT!!!

Saturday, May 28 vs. Guardians–(L–1-8)

Sunday, May 29 vs. Guardians–(W–2-1–H. Castro & Candelario solo homers)

Monday, May 30 vs. Twins–(W–7-5–Schoop 3 hits, reaches 1000 hits! Torkelson 3 hits, too!) 🇺🇸

Tuesday, May 31 vs. Twins–Doubleheader–(Gm 1: L–2-8–Torkelson another 3-hit game) (Gm 2: W–4-0–Schoop 4RBI’s, including 2-run HR)

June (10-16)

Wed., June 1 vs. Twins–(W–5-0–Skubal: 7 innings, 0 runs, 2 hits, 1BB, 6Ks!)

Thursday, June 2 vs. Twins–(W–3-2–Cameron Go-Ahead 2-Run HR in Bottom of 8th)

Friday, June 3 at Yankees–(L–0-13)

Saturday, June 4 at Yankees–(L–0-3)

Sunday, June 5 at Yankees–(L–4-5 in 10 innings. Cabrera-3 hits, RBI, run scored)

Tuesday, June 7 at Pirates–(W–5-3–Skubal 7 innings, 3 runs, six hits, zero walks, 9 K’s)

Wed., June 8 at Pirates–(W–3-1–Faedo; 5 inings, 1 run, 3  hits, 1 walk, 7 K’s)

Friday, June 10 vs. Blue Jays–(L–1-10)

Saturday, June 11 vs. Blue Jays–(W–3-1–Brieske 5.2 innings, 0 runs on 7 hits)

Sunday, June 12 vs. Blue Jays–(L–0-6)

Monday, June 13 vs. White Sox–(L–5-9–Abreu hits two homers against Det)

Tuesday, June 14 vs. White Sox–(L–1-5–Tigers 0-8 w/RISP)

Wed., June 15 vs. White Sox–(L–0-13)

Thursday, June 16 vs. Rangers–(L–1-3)

Friday, June 17 vs. Rangers–(L–0-7)

Saturday, June 18 vs. Rangers–(W–14-7–Green gets first hit in first major league at-bat)

Sunday, June 19 vs. Rangers–1:20pm 👔(W–7-3–Grossman 4RBI; First time Tigers score 5+ runs in consecutive games!)

Monday, June 20 at Red Sox–(L–2-5)

Tuesday, June 21 at Red Sox–6:50pm (L–4-5–Baez & Schoop homer in loss)

Wed., June 22 at Red Sox–(L–2-6)

Friday, June 24 at Diamondbacks–(W–5-1–Baez Grand Slam!)

Saturday, June 25 at Diamondbacks–(W–6-3–Clemons 1st Career HR!)

Sunday, June 26 at Diamondbacks–(L–7-11–Haase hits 3-run homer in loss)

Tuesday, June 28 at Giants–(L–3-4–Cabrera gets two hits and an RBI in loss)

Wed., June 29 at Giants–(W–3-2–Haase, 2-Run Homer)

July

Friday, July 1 vs. Royals–(L–1-3)

Saturday, July 2 vs. Royals–(W–4-3–Greene Walk-Off HR!)

Sunday, July 3 vs. Royals–(L–4-7)

Monday, July 4 vs. Guardians–(W–4-1, W–5-3–Schoop, 6-8, 3 runs!) 🎆

Tuesday, July 5 vs. Guardians–(W–11-4–Greene, Reyes, Haase, and Cabrera get multi-hits!)

Wed., July 6 vs. Guardians–(W–8-2–Cabrera drives-in three as Tigs get four-game sweep!)

Thursday, July 7 at White Sox–(W–2-1–Torkelson pinch-hit game-winning single!)

Friday, July 8 at White Sox–(W–7-5–Candelario, 2-hits, 3RBI’s, including two-run homer!)

Saturday, July 9 at White Sox–(L–0-8–Tigers six-game win streak ends)

Sunday, July 10 at White Sox–(L–2-4)

Monday, July 11 at Royals–(L–1-3), (L–3-7)

Tuesday, July 12 at Royals–(W–7-5–Cabrera 2RBI’s and stolen base!)

Wed., July 13 at Royals–(L–2-5–Skubal gives up 5 runs–4 earned–in 6 innings)

Thursday, July 14 at Guardians–(L–0-4–Tigers strikeout 12 times)

Friday, July 15 at Guardians–(L–5-6)

Saturday, July 16 at Guardians–L–0-10)

Sunday, July 17 at Guardians–Postponed–Make-up on August 15

ALL STAR BREAK—-

Thursday, July 21 at Athletics–(W–7-2; L–0-5)

Saturday, July 23 vs. Twins–(L–4-8)

Sunday, July 24 vs. Twins–(L–1-9)

Monday, July 25 vs. Padres–(W–12-4)

Tuesday, July 26 vs. Padres–(L–4-6 in 10 innings)

Wed., July 27 vs. Padres–(W–4-3–Reyes, 2-Run walk-off double!)

Thursday, July 28 at Blue Jays–(L–3-5)

Friday, July 29 at Blue Jays–(W–4-2)

Saturday, July 30 at Blue Jays–(L–3-5)

Sunday, July 31 at Blue Jays–(L–1-4)

August

Monday, August 1 at Twins–(L–3-5)

Tuesday, August 2 at Twins–(W–5-3)

Wed., August 3 at Twins–(L–1-4)

Thursday, August 4 vs. Rays–(L–2-6)

Friday, August 5 vs. Rays–(L–3-5)

Saturday, August 6 vs. Rays–(W–9-1 on Lou Whitaker Day!)

Sunday, August 7 vs. Rays–(L–0-7–Rays score all 7 runs in 9th inning)

Tuesday, August 9 vs. Guardians–(L–2-5)

Wed., August 10 vs. Guardians–(L–2-3)

Thursday, August 11 vs. Guardians–(L–3-4)

Friday, August 12 at White Sox–(L–0-2)

Saturday, August 13 at White Sox–(L–4-6)

Sunday, August 14 at White Sox–(L–3-5)

Monday, August 15 at  Guardians–DOUBLEHEADER–(L–1-4), (W–7-4–Schoop & Carpenter HR’s)

Tuesday, August 16 at Guardians–(W–4-3–Carpenter hits 2-Run HR; Hill 6 ings, 1 run)

Wed., August 17 at Guardians–6:50pm

Friday, August 19 vs. Angels–(L–0-1–Manning allows 1-run in 7 innings)

Saturday, August 20 vs. Angels–(W–4-3–Tigers Play Small-Ball and Win!)

Sunday, August 21 vs. Angels–(W–4-0–E.Rod returns to toss five scoreless)

Tuesday, August 23 vs. Giants–(L–1-3)

Wed., August 24 vs. Giants–(W–6-1–Tigs post a six-run 5th)

Friday, August 26 at Rangers–(L–6-7–Green 5RBIs)

Saturday, August 27 at Rangers–(W–11-2–Haase Homers & Has 3RBIs)

Sunday, August 28 at Rangers–(W–9-8–H. Castro posts 5RBIs!)

Tuesday, August 30 vs. Mariners–6:50pm

Wed., August 31 vs. Mariners–6:50pm

September

Thursday, September 1 vs. Mariners–12:50pm

Friday, September 2 vs. Royals–6:50pm

Saturday, September 3 vs. Royals 5:50pm

Sunday, September 4 vs. Royals–1:20pm

Monday, September 5 at Angels–9:15pm

Tuesday, September 6 at Angels–9:15pm

Wed., September 7 at Angels–3:45pm

Friday, September 9 at Royals–7:50pm

Saturday, September 10 at Royals–6:50pm

Sunday, September 11 at Royals–1:50pm

Monday, September 12 vs. Astros–6:20pm

Tuesday, September 13 vs. Astros–6:20pm

Wed., September 14 vs. Astros–12:50pm

Friday, September 16 vs. White Sox–6:50pm

Saturday, September 17 vs. White Sox–5:50pm

Sunday, September 18 vs. White Sox–12:50pm

Monday, September 19 at Orioles–6:45pm

Tuesday, September 20 at Orioles–6:45pm

Wed., September 21 at Orioles–6:45pm

Friday,  September 23 at White Sox–7:50pm

Saturday, September 24 at White Sox–6:45pm

Sunday,  September 25 at White Sox–1:50pm

Tuesday, September 27 vs. Royals–6:20pm

Wed., September 28 vs. Royals–6:20pm

Thursday, September 29 vs. Royals–12:50pm

Friday, September 30 vs. Twins–6:50pm

October

Saturday, October 1 vs. Twins–5:50pm

Sunday, October 2 vs. Twins–12:50pm

Monday, October 3 at Mariners–9:20pm

Tuesday, October 4 at Mariners–5:50pm & 10pm–Doubleheader

Wed., October 5 at Mariners–TBD