On June 17th the Tigers will receive their 11th Sports Illustrated cover. Prince Fielder and Miguel Cabrera will grace the cover of the legendary sporting magazine. The duo are featured as the "Bash Bros - The swing-from-the-heels power and awesomeness of Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder - Baseball's 21st-century version of Mantle and Maris." Those are some pretty big words guys... Better not let us down this season!
The Detroit Tigers have been no stranger to the World Series, appearing in the Fall Classic 10 times and winning the series 4 of those times. The Detroit Tigers have fostered some extremely great players throughout the years. We want to know "What is your favorite Detroit Tiger of all time?" We took 32 of the best Tigers in history and pitted them up against each other in a bracket tournament to determine who the most popular Detroit Tiger is.
Marco Scutaro's line drive single scored Ryan Theriot with the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th inning, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Detroit Tigers, 4-3, on Sunday night in Detroit to complete a four-game sweep of the 2012 World Series.
Rock and Roll Hall Of Famer Alice Cooper is currently touring with Iron Maiden. This week, the tour stopped in Alice's hometown of Detroit where he threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Comerica Park prior to a game between the Detroit Tigers and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Despite falling short of a World Series appearance this year, the Detroit Tigers had one hell of a season. The team won the Central Division and made it to the ALCS before being eliminated by the Texas Rangers. A huge part of that success is Justin Verlander, who has just won the American League Cy Young Award in a unanimous vote.
Don't know about you but I like seeing the Yankees get what's coming to em. Every excuse you can think of now is being hurled toward Detroit by a-hole Yankee fans. I'd rather pull my own wisdom tooth than sit through the pregame hype/antics when one is at Yankee stadium. M
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland is normally a pretty mellow dude when it comes to in-game disagreements with the umps. Obviously when you smoke six packs of Marlboro Reds everyday for 40 something years, you're not gonna have the energy to leave the dugout to argue calls. But last night, after a changed call at first base, Leyland blew up. He stormed onto the field and waved his arms maniacally before umpire Ed Rapuano tossed him. Here’s video of Mt. Leyland erupting.
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