The year is 2021, and the Detroit Tigers are in second place in the American League Central Division.
It’s amazing how far the Detroit Tigers have come this season. After being by far the worst team in baseball the first five weeks, they’re suddenly heading to Cleveland with a chance to take over second place in the division.
The Detroit Tigers are coming off back-to-back winning months for the first time during this rebuild, and after conquering two of their greatest demons last week, July has a chance to be special.
The Detroit Tigers are calling up outfielder Derek Hill for Wednesday’s doubleheader, but there’s no reason he should be sent back down afterward in favor of Nomar Mazara.
Weekends are sacred, so I hope you didn’t spend yours watching the Detroit Tigers get knocked around by the Cleveland Indians.
The Detroit Tigers are about to play 10 road games in the next 10 days, and it’s possible some of the first-week success could start to wear off.
Robbie Grossman drawing walks probably didn't make the Opening Day highlight reel, but it does demonstrate his value as a leadoff hitter.
Miguel Cabrera is not done giving us memories.
The Detroit Tigers have released their starting lineup for Opening Day against the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park.