On a night his manager will never forget, Riley Greene appears to have kicked his season into gear. MLB’s No. 17 prospect collected a career-high three hits, scored twice and stole a base to help lead Double-A Erie past visiting Akron, 4-0, on Wednesday night. The victory gave SeaWolves skipper Arnie Beyeler his 1,000th Minor
Detroit Tigers manager AJ Hinch trotted to the mound to check on rookie Casey Mize with two outs in the sixth inning. Lefty reliever Daniel Norris was ready to enter, but Mize wanted to face Andrew Benintendi. Mize rewarded him with a one-pitch out to complete the sixth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Comerica
Pop Quiz Time! Who holds the record for most hits by a Venezuelan born player in MLB history? If you guessed, Omar Vizquel, you would have been correct until about two hours ago. Next when was the last time the Tigers won a series? You’d have to think back a month ago, at least you
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Detroit – Casey Mize had just induced a clutch 5-4-3 double-play ball from Royals slugger Jorge Soler and he was one out away from completing the sixth inning and holding a two-run lead. He noticed lefty Daniel Norris was warm and ready for left-handed hitting Andrew Benintendi, who was strolling up to the plate. Then
DETROIT — The steady, deliberate march from the home dugout to the mound at Comerica Park almost always means manager A.J. Hinch is about to pull his pitcher. The dejected look on Casey Mize’s face, his head dropping, certainly suggested the Tigers starter expected the hook with two outs in the sixth inning Wednesday night.
DETROIT — The milestones keep piling up for Miguel Cabrera, but his latest feat hits close to home. His fifth-inning RBI single on Wednesday night was the 2,878th hit of his MLB career, moving him past Omar Vizquel for 43rd on the all-time Major League list and giving him the most by a Venezuelan-born Major
Detroit — The Tigers had to reshuffle the deck at the catcher position Wednesday, and the fallout could mean a significant opportunity for Livonia resident and Dearborn Divine Child product Eric Haase. “He’s never gotten at-bats at the major league level that his minor league track record has warranted,” manager AJ Hinch said before the
TOLEDO, Ohio – In game two of the series, the Indians topped the Mud Hens 5-3 on Wednesday afternoon at Victory Field. Right-hander Drew Hutchison toed the slab as the Mud Hens starter on Wednesday afternoon. After cruising through the first two innings, the heart of the Indians order put together a two-out rally in
The Tigers on Wednesday released pitcher Franklin Perez, one of the prospects acquired in the 2017 trade of Justin Verlander to the Houston Astros. The move was one of several made by Detroit, which also placed catcher Grayson Greiner on the injured list, and called up catcher Eric Haase (Dearborn Divine Child) from Triple-A Toledo.
Earlier today the Detroit Tigers made a sad, but inevitable, announcement: The Tigers have announced the following roster moves: *Placed C Grayson Greiner on the 10-day IL with a left hamstring strain*Selected C Eric Haase from AAA Toledo*To make room for Haase on the 40-man roster, RHP Franklin Pérez has been placed on unconditional release…
DETROIT — While one Tigers prospect from the Justin Verlander trade is about to get his chance at a regular role, another is about to get released. Jake Rogers will get a stint as the Tigers’ regular catcher, though not for the reasons he or the team would’ve wanted. The Tigers placed fellow catcher Grayson
The Tigers announced a series of roster moves Wednesday, placing catcher Grayson Greiner on the 10-day IL with a strained left hamstring, selecting the contract of veteran catcher Eric Haase in his place and placing right-hander Franklin Perez on unconditional release waivers. The Perez move comes just one day after the Tigers announced that he’s
Well it’s never easy with this bunch. On Tuesday night, the Detroit Tigers got a fantastic start from Matthew Boyd and took a 7-0 lead into the eighth inning. Then Joe Jiménez, Jose Cisnero, and an error from Niko Goodrum threw it all away. Fortunately, Goodrum redeemed himself by stealing second base in the bottom
The Detroit Tigers sent catcher Grayson Greiner to the 10-day injured list Wednesday with a left hamstring strain, the team announced. He suffered the injury in the fifth inning of Tuesday’s 8-7 win over the Kansas City Royals at Comerica Park. To fill Greiner’s spot, the Tigers recalled catcher Eric Haase, who also plays left field,
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AJ Hinch had a smile on his face, and rightfully so. The Detroit Tigers just won back-to-back games for the first time since April 13-14. The offense, for the sixth game in a row, proved it’s very much alive. His best starter, Matthew Boyd, dealt six scoreless innings. Rookie Alex Lange tossed a six-pitch, six-strike
Indianapolis Indians 4, Toledo Mud Hens 3 (box) Matt Manning was a little homer prone and Indianapolis stayed in the game as a result, and ultimately pulled it out late. The Tigers top pitching prospect gave up solo shots on grooved fastballs to both Travis Swaggerty and Will Craig in the first inning. He struck