Reese Olson’s debut went as well as you could hope on a warm night on the south side. He no hit the White Sox for five innings, racking up six strikeouts with only a walk allowed. Unfortunately the offense couldn’t get much going as the Tigers fell to the Sox 3-0 to open the weekend
DAYTON, OH – Several costly misplays by the West Michigan Whitecaps in the late innings led to the loss of a three-run lead in a 7-5 loss to the Dayton Dragons on Friday night in front of 7,559 fans at Day Air Ballpark. The loss, combined with the Great Lakes DAYTON, OH – Several costly
CHICAGO — Reese Olson, the Tigers’ No. 11 prospect according to MLB Pipeline, looked like an ace for five innings in his Major League debut, holding the White Sox hitless until back-to-back hits leading off the sixth inning ended his night. Andrew Vaughn’s second-inning walk and Spencer Torkelson’s fifth-inning error on Yasmani Grandal’s ground ball
Indianapolis, IN – The Toledo Mud Hens were shut out in Indianapolis, losing 11-0 to begin the weekend. Quinn Priester started the game on the mound for Indianapolis. Priester came into the game with a 4.96 ERA and 5-3 record o the season. Priester retired the first inning ignorer to Indianapolis, IN – The Toledo
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CHICAGO — Detroit Tigers left-hander Tarik Skubal is scheduled to pitch Sunday in an official game, thus beginning his rehab assignment. The 26-year-old will start his rehab assignment with High-A West Michigan. “It’s to ramp him up slowly off of a significant injury,” Tigers manager A.J. Hinch said Friday. “He’ll go there and get a couple
The Triple-A Memphis Redbirds delivered a 1-2 punch to the Omaha Storm Chasers Wednesday night, with the top two Cardinals prospects each going yard. Jordan Walker, the top prospect in baseball, and MLB No. 38 Masyn Winn hit their fourth and six homers, respectively, at the level on the season.
Chicago − For the most part, the twice-weekly medical update doesn’t break much new news. It was a different story on Friday. It was a news-apalooza. Start with one of the newer entries. ∎ Center fielder Riley Greene was placed on the injured list initially with what was reported as a stress fracture in his
The month of May has come and gone, but before we move on to June, it’s time to honor last month’s standout players. Here are the Players of the Month presented by Chevrolet, Pitchers of the Month, Rookies of the Month and Relievers of the Month Award winners for May, as announced on MLB Network
Detroit Tigers (26-28) vs. Chicago White Sox (23-35) When: 8:10 p.m. Friday. Where: Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago. TV: Bally Sports Detroit. Radio: WXYT-FM (97.1 in Detroit; Tigers radio affiliates). Starting pitchers: Tigers RHP Reese Olson (MLB debut; 2-3, 6.38 ERA in Triple-A) vs. White Sox — RHP Mike Clevinger (3-3, 4.56). • Box score Tigers lineup: 1. RF Zach McKinstry. 2. LF
This story was excerpted from Jason Beck’s Tigers Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox. A week ago, my MLB.com colleague Mark Feinsand wrote about the Tigers’ potential conundrum with Eduardo Rodriguez who could be the top starting pitcher on the trade market. If the Tigers
A player’s first trip to the major leagues is always special, even if the circumstances are pretty far from optimal. The Detroit Tigers have been absolutely ravaged by injuries yet again and will be hard pressed to continue their solid play in May. For pitching prospect Reese Olson, this is an opportunity. For the Tigers,
Zack McKinstry, Spencer Torkelson, Detroit Tigers (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Liam Hendriks and Michael Soroka’s triumphantly magnificent returns to the mound are 100 percent what made baseball fun this week.
Developing his pitching, hard work, and finding success has led Reese Olson to where he is today. Tonight, he will make his MLB debut when the Tigers take on the White Sox.
On our next episode of Play Loud, we have two players from the AL Central breaking it down for us! Tigers OF Akil Baddoo takes us into life in the outfield, while White Sox 1B/OF Gavin Sheets brings us into Chicago’s dugout for the afternoon. Both players talked about the experience of being mic’d, and
It was a tough week for the Detroit Tigers, who dropped two of three at home against the Texas Rangers to wrap up the month of May. But it was not the losses that have the fanbase biting its nails — it was the loss of both Eduardo Rodriguez and Riley Greene to potentially long-term
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Toledo Mud Hens 4, Indianapolis Indians 1 (box) With Reese Olson called away to start for the Tigers on Friday, the Hens had to piece together a bullpen game on Thursday. They managed it quite well, and the offense came alive late to break a four-game skid. Garrett Hill got the call as the “starter”
With the Minnesota Twins 7-6 win over the Cleveland Guardians on Thursday night, the American League Central-leading Twins climbed to 30-27 — still just 2½ games ahead of the Detroit Tigers (who are themselves two games under .500) and 4½ ahead of the Guardians. It was only a small step in fending off ignominy for