You think a baseball team might lose 95 games and then it approaches the halfway point a game under .500. Your 2018 Detroit Tigers.
by: Jamie Samuelsen, Special to Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 9h
The Tigers are one of the most surprising teams in baseball this year. They’re one of the most surprising teams in recent Detroit sports history.
by: Kyle Koster — The Big Lead 17h
How is this happening?
by: Craig Calcaterra — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 20h
The previous record stood for 78 years
by: The Associated Press — Boston Herald 20h
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Carlos Correa and the Houston Astros won their 11th straight game, finishing off a 10-0 trip by rallying past the Kansas City Royals 7-4 on Sunday.The World Series champion Astros swept their swing through Texas, Oakland and Kansas City
by: SI.com Staff June 18, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 18 Jun
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by: Evan Woodbery | email@example.com — Michigan Live 18 Jun
If they can continue their five-game winning streak against the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday and Wednesday, they'll enter Cleveland on Friday night with a record above .500.
by: Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 17 Jun
If Sunday's game was any indication, Detroit Tigers pitcher Francisco Liriano has a little more rust to knock off.
by: N/A — MLB: White Sox 17 Jun
CHICAGO -- In each of their three games against the Tigers this weekend, the White Sox played from behind. On Friday, they erased a three-run deficit and on Saturday negated a five-run hole. Sunday started similarly, with Detroit jumping out to a 2-0...
by: The Associated Press — Windsor Star 17 Jun
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