Detroit Tigers send scuffling Matthew Boyd to the mound in series finale against Tampa Bay Rays
by: Dick Scanlon, Associated Press — Detroit News 1h
Tigers strike out 24 times against Rays pitching in marathon.
by: Dick Scanlon, Associated Press — Detroit News 8h
Detroit’s final hit was Niko Goodrum’s one-out double in the seventh off Rays starter Ryan Yarbrough. The next eight Tigers struck out against three different relievers.
by: Free Press news and wire services — Detroit Free Press 8h
Jordan Zimmermann allowed one hit over five innings, but the Detroit Tigers' bats went cold in a 1-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays
by: foxsports — Fox Sports 8h
Rookie infielder Mike Brosseau delivered the Tampa Bay Rays a 1-0 walk-off win against the Detroit Tigers in 13 innings Saturday night.
by: Dick Scanlon, Associated Press — WXYZ Detroit 8h
Mike Brosseau's pinch-hit RBI single in the 13th inning drove in Eric Sogard to give the Tampa Bay Rays a 1-0 win over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday night.
by: Dawn Klemish — MLB: Tigers 9h
Simply having Jordan Zimmermann back in action provided a huge boost to the Tigers’ beleaguered rotation. What he accomplished during his return Saturday night was a bonus. Though Zimmermann was long gone by the time pinch-hitter Michael Brosseau...
by: Nathaniel Searl — Fansided: Motor City Bengals 9h
The Detroit Tigers couldn't get their bats going tonight against the Tampa Bay Rays in a game that would ultimately result in a 1-0 loss in 13 innings. The...
by: Rob Rogacki — SB Nation: Bless You Boys 9h
The Tigers became just the 11th team in MLB history to strike out 24 times in one game.
by: Evan Woodbery Email Twitter — Michigan Live 23h
The Detroit Tigers face the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday night.
by: Dick Scanlon, Associated Press — Detroit Free Press 22h
Daniel Norris, Drew VerHagen and Joe Jimenez combined on a five-hitter to outpitch Charlie Morton, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Rays 2-0 on Friday night.
by: Dick Scanlon, Associated Press — Detroit News 17 Aug
Daniel Norris, Drew VerHagen and Joe Jimenez combine to hold Tampa Bay to five hits as Detroit registers its only third shutout this season.