Red Wings Fail to Close
Apr28

Red Wings Fail to Close

Lightning push the series to a seventh game and Tigers win third straight Series Going Seven The Red Wings lost a chance to close out their first round series as Tampa Bay won 5-2 to force a game seven on Wednesday night.  Tampa jumped up quickly when Tyler Johnson scored a goal less than four minutes into the contest.  They added one more before the end of the period when Jason Garrison rifled a shot past Mrazek.  Johnson struck one...

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Tigers Lose Frozen Fest
Apr23

Tigers Lose Frozen Fest

Tigers drop second straight and Joe Nathan is out for the season Tigers Can’t Beat the Cold The Tigers fell to the Yankees 13-4 to the Yankees in a freeze fest at Comerica Park last night.  The game had a game time temp of 36 degrees and had snow falling at times.  The Yankees bats seemed far from frozen though.  They jumped on David Price for six first inning runs, and added two more in the second inning.  In the end he lasted...

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All Is Good on Opening Day
Apr07

All Is Good on Opening Day

Tigers win opening day and Duke tops Wisconsin for NCAA Championship Tigers Win Opening Day The Tigers kicked off their 2015 season in grand style with a 4-0 win over the Minnesota Twins on Monday afternoon at Comerica Park.  The Tigers were solid in all facets of the game.  In the pitching department David Price came within one out of a complete game shutout.  He mowed down the Minnesota hitters and allowed just five hits while...

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A Crazy Feel Good Month
Mar20

A Crazy Feel Good Month

March Madness kicks off in style Crazy Feel Good Month The NCAA Tournament kicked off in a terrific way yesterday.  Day one turned out to be a day of excitement and major upsets.  By the time the dust had settled, two 14 seeds, an 11 seed and a 10 seed all had wins.  On top of that North Carolina, Georgetown, and Notre Dame all had to fight to the finish to get through the first round.  It all adds up to why these two days are two of...

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So Long Scherzer
Jan22

So Long Scherzer

Tigers are moving on from Scherzer and MSU and WMU both get wins Scherzer is gone…now what? Tigers’ fans learned the news this week that one of the staples of the rotation for the last five years is gone.  Max Scherzer signed a deal to become a member of the Washington Nationals for the next seven years.  That brings to an end to the Tigers’ tenure for Scherzer who we saw grow up from a hard thrower who tried to strike out every...

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