7/26/2015 | Ausmus is geared up for playoff chase
With the non-waiver Trade Deadline now five days away, the Tigers' window to decide whether they are buyers or sellers is rapidly shrinking.
7/26/2015 | Tigers recall Ryan, option Krauss to Triple-A
In need of an extra arm for their taxed bullpen, the Tigers recalled left-hander Kyle Ryan from Triple-A Toledo on Sunday and optioned first baseman Marc Krauss to the same affiliate.
7/26/2015 | Agent: Price talks likely to come down to wire
David Price's agent, Bo McKinnis, has kept a very low profile all year about his client's contract status and extension talks, preferring to keep any negotiations private.
7/25/2015 | 'Monster' shot exciting for Castellanos
For Nick Castellanos, hitting his first career home run at Fenway Park might have been enough. That he launched his shot clear over the Green Monster in a winning effort had the Tigers' third baseman thinking Hollywood. Castellanos helped fuel Detroit's 5-1 win over the Red Sox by going 2-for-4 with three RBIs
7/25/2015 | Greene, Rodriguez square off in rubber game
The Red Sox and Tigers wrap up their three-game weekend series at Fenway Park under the spotlight of national TV on Sunday night. Few people expected Boston and Detroit to be potential sellers by Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline, but speculation surrounds both teams regarding which big leaguers could soon be moved.
7/25/2015 | Simon, Tigers think groin strain isn't serious
When right-hander Alfredo Simon left the seventh inning of Saturday's 5-1 win over the Red Sox with a groin strain, the initial outlook appeared grim for a Tigers rotation that could ill-afford to lose one of its arms. But something which could have cast a shadow over Simon's strong performance turned out to be little more than an injury scare. The team believes Simon will not need a stint on the disabled list, and he'll be evaluated on Sunday to help determine whether he could even make his next scheduled start.
7/25/2015 | Trammell fills in as Tigers' first-base coach
Alan Trammell stepped back on the infield of a baseball diamond during the Tigers' 5-1 win over the Red Sox on Saturday. This time, however, the former Detroit shortstop did so as a first-base coach.
7/25/2015 | Miggy does light fielding drills during BP
The eventual return of injured Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera may still be several weeks away, but the slugger has begun taking his first set of steps toward playing again. Cabrera took ground balls at first base during batting practice before Saturday's 5-1 win over Boston.
7/24/2015 | Verlander makes headway with strong effort
Though Friday night was low on positives for the Tigers, a sparkling outing by starter Justin Verlander cut into the gloom of a 2-1, 11-inning loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
7/24/2015 | Missed chances come back to sting Tigers
Despite their insistence that a second-half run is still possible, the Tigers' current run of inconsistency continued Friday night during a 2-1, 11-inning loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
7/24/2015 | Return to Boston brings Wilson full circle
When the Tigers acquired outfielder Yoenis Cespedes from the Red Sox last offseason, some might have viewed the inclusion of righty reliever Alex Wilson as an afterthought. Of late, however, Wilson's value to a largely shaky Detroit bullpen has never been more clear.
7/24/2015 | Miggy not rushing rehab of calf injury
Few could have envisioned exactly how serious Miguel Cabrera's left calf injury would be when the Tigers' first baseman came out of a July 3 win over the Blue Jays.
7/24/2015 | Simon, Wright to duel as Tigers, Sox continue set
The Tigers and Red Sox will continue their weekend series on Saturday in Boston, with Alfredo Simon squaring off vs. knuckleballer Steven Wright at Fenway Park.
7/24/2015 | Hicks, Gose share ride from Compton to big leagues
Fulfilling their destinies as rivals in the AL Central, the Twins' Aaron Hicks and the Tigers' Anthony Gose go way, way back
7/24/2015 | Gage ready for baseball writing's highest honor
On Saturday, on a stage at historic Doubleday Field, Tom Gage will become the latest to accept the J.G. Taylor Spink Award, given annually for "meritorious contributions to baseball writing." Voted on by 10-year members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America, it's the highest honor the organization can bestow.
7/23/2015 | Ausmus plays matchups, runs out of arms
For the second time in three games and the third time in 10, Brad Ausmus and the Tigers got the bullpen loss that they dreaded in a 3-2 defeat to the Mariners on Thursday.
7/23/2015 | Price 'outstanding' as Trade Deadline looms
If Thursday was indeed David Price's final start as a Tiger at Comerica Park, the ace exited on a frustrating note. Though Price was "outstanding," in the words of manager Brad Ausmus, the left-hander -- who could be dealt before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline -- surrendered the tying run in the seventh inning.
7/23/2015 | Former teammates face off in Tigers-Red Sox tilt
Justin Verlander and Rick Porcello spent six seasons together on the Tigers, but on Friday, they'll be competing on opposite sides at Fenway Park.
7/23/2015 | Zunino delivers decisive 2B to top Tigers in 12
In what was a showcase of starting pitchers for much of Thursday's contest at Comerica Park, Mariners backup catcher Mike Zunino took the spotlight with the decisive double in the 12th inning of a 3-2 victory over the Tigers.
7/23/2015 | Still recovering, Miggy will travel with Tigers
Miguel Cabrera will travel with the Tigers during their 10-game road trip to Boston, Tampa Bay and Baltimore, and the slugger's presence may bode well for the club.
7/23/2015 | Lobstein throwing off mound, may rejoin Tigers
Nobody would have expected the Tigers to be missing Kyle Lobstein, which says something about the way their season has gone. The way Lobstein's rehab had seemingly been going, nobody would have expected Detroit to be anticipating his return.
7/23/2015 | Top 20 jerseys revealed, dominated by youth
The Most Popular Jerseys rankings, traditionally dominated by Derek Jeter before No. 2's exit last year, have a new and younger look with Giants ace Madison Bumgarner and Cubs rookie third baseman Kris Bryant making their debuts on the list at Nos. 1-2, respectively.
7/23/2015 | Soria notches milestone 200th save
Some players claim they don't focus on milestones. Not so for Tigers closer Joakim Soria, who tallied his 200th career save by recording the final four outs of Wednesday's 9-4 win over the Mariners.
7/22/2015 | Castellanos' 1st slam more than memorable
The way Nick Castellanos is hitting against Seattle, nothing seems out of his reach -- not even the retired numbers along the brick wall behind left-center field. He went there in Wednesday's 9-4 win, and it made a first Major League grand slam even more memorable.
7/22/2015 | Mud Hens' Hessman hits 431st Minors homer
Mike Hessman hit career homer No. 431 on Wednesday, and is now one away from tying the all-time mark set by Buzz Arlett.
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