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Detroit — A player’s track record matters. It’s relevant. So when manager AJ Hinch says he trusts the back of Jonathan Schoop’s baseball card and expects him to fight his way out this early-season slump, you can take comfort in that. This is Schoop’s ninth big league season. When he’s healthy, he generally will hit between .260
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Tuesday night’s series opener between the Tigers and Pirates at Comerica Park has been postponed because of inclement weather. The game was called about two hours before the scheduled first pitch. It will be made up as part of a split doubleheader on Wednesday, with the the first seven-inning contest slated for 2:10 p.m. and the second starting at
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Editor’s note: This is the eighth in a weekly series of stories in which Detroit News freelance writer Lynn Henning will rank the top prospects in July’s MLB Draft. April began heading toward May and it looked as if three shortstops, nationally, all of them high school stars, would force the Tigers and various big-league brethren
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Should you drop by the TigerTown expanse at Lakeland, Florida, this week — and that’s discouraged, because during COVID times you’re not allowed anywhere near the place — you will see what looks like baseball’s version of a Boy Scout Jamboree. There are kids everywhere. Young baseball players swarm the five outlying fields. Older, bluer-chip talents
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Josh Dubow |  Associated Press Oakland, Calif. — Frankie Montas allowed two hits in six sharp innings and the Oakland Athletics won their sixth straight game by beating the Detroit Tigers 3-0 on Friday night. After opening the season with six consecutive losses, the roller-coaster A’s are back at .500 after 14 games thanks to their follow-up
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The Tigers announced Thursday that they will be putting individual-game tickets for May series at Comerica Park on sale Friday. Series next month include matchups with the Minnesota Twins (May 7-9), Kansas City Royals (May 11-13), Chicago Cubs (May 14-16), Cleveland Indians (May 24-27) and New York Yankees (May 28-30). Tickets are available starting at $10. Quantities
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