Pitching
Earned Run Average 5.02 6th
Quality Starts 17 15th
WHIP 1.42 6th
BAA .264 5th
Batting
Runs 153 29th
Batting Average .217 29th
On Base Percentage .285 27th
Slugging Percentage .363 29th
2019 AL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Minnesota 32 16 .667 W2
Cleveland 25 22 .532 L2
Chicago 21 26 .447 L3
Detroit 18 27 .400 L7
Kansas City 16 31 .340 W1
Injuries
  • SP
    Matt Moore (Knee) is out for season
  • SS
    Jordy Mercer (Quad) 10-day IL (04/14)
  • RP
    Drew VerHagen (Shoulder) 10-day IL (03/26)
  • SP
    Michael Fulmer (Elbow) 60-day IL (03/23)
  • LF
    Christin Stewart (Quad) 10-day IL (04/18)

Detroit Tigers News

  • @tigers • 6m
  • And it's sweet, sweet, sweet victory, YEAH! @danielstumpf45 https://t.co/u5FqmMlQnh

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  • @tigers • 40m
  • We've got a nice 69 degrees at first pitch tonight. Let's play ball!#MotorOn https://t.co/xRDKE2xeSQ

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  • @tigers • 2h

    The Detroit News: Candid Cabrera: Tigers star not content hitting singles; 'I want to find my power back'

    Bob Wojnowski, Tony Paul and Chris McCosky discuss the Tigers at the quarter pole of the season. The Detroit News

    Detroit - Every night it seems, Miguel Cabrera is knocking some Hall-of-Famer down a peg on the all-time hits and RBI list.

    He passed Roberto Alomar in RBIs on Tuesday and now he's got Sammy Sosa and Gary Sheffield in his sights. On the hits list, he's passed Lou Gehrig and Tony Perez this week - Chipper Jones, you are next.

    There will be a day when these daily milestones will mean something to him.

  • @tigers • 4h

    The Detroit News: 'This is home': Detroit names city street after Tigers legend Willie Horton

    Detroit Tigers legend Willie Horton had a street named in his honor Wednesday. Tony Paul, The Detroit News

    Detroit -- It looks different these days, the old neighborhood. The high rises from the Jeffries Housing Projects have made way for upscale townhomes, the old playground where Willie Horton hit some of his earliest prodigious home runs has been spruced up.

    But some things never change.

    "This is home," Horton said Wednesday, the latest day in his honor. "If I go downtown five days a week, I stop by here four times."

  • @tigers • 5h

    Fansided: Detroit Tigers: Pitching Woes Advance Losing Streak

    Fans almost saw the end of the losing streak Tuesday when the Detroit Tigers were able to string two runs together in the bottom of the ninth but fell short in the 11th inning against the Marlins. That marked the 7th straight game the Tigers were unable to eclipse four runs. Including last Sunday's game against Oakland, the match was postponed in the 7th inning 5-3, not in the Tigers' favor.

    Offensive struggles have been no stranger to the Tigers this season. There once was a time when Tiger fans could find solace in a talented starting pitching rotation with an at-most sub-par reliever core.

  • @tigers • 7h
  • Introducing: Willie Horton Drive https://t.co/hmc8bubQL9

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  • @tigers • 8h

    Detroit Free Press: Detroit Tigers' frustration mounts as losing streak hits 7 against lowly Marlins

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    Free Press sports writer Anthony Fenech breaks down the Detroit Tigers' 5-4 loss to the Marlins on May 21, 2019, at Comerica Park. Anthony Fenech, Detroit Free Press

    Here came Steve Liddle again, out of the Detroit Tigers' clubhouse, flanked by a club media relations staffer, talking about their latest loss to a soon-to-be live television audience on manager Ron Gardenhire's behalf.

    The Tigers lost their seventh straight game on Tuesday night, 5-4 in 11 innings to the Marlins, a team that has lost more often than any other team in the major leagues. All of those losses have come at Comerica Park.

  • @tigers • 10h

    Bless You Boys: Wednesday open thread: Who should the Tigers take with their first round pick in the MLB draft?

    The 2019 MLB draft is less than two weeks away. While the first two picks of the draft seem set in stone -- catcher Adley Rutschman will go first overall, rest assured -- everything beyond that is in flux. The Chicago White Sox, who previously seemed locked in to take Cal first baseman Andrew Vaughn, are exploring other options, including athletic prep shortstop C.J. Abrams and Vanderbilt outfielder J.J. Bleday. The Miami Marlins are also in the mix for both players, along with high school outfielder Riley Greene.

    The Detroit Tigers have shown plenty of interest in Greene throughout the spring, but have also scouted the other above players.

  • @tigers • 12h

    Bless You Boys: Detroit Tigers News: The losing streak continues

    The high point of this week so far has been the Detroit Tigers' Bark at the Park event held Tuesday night, even if the Tigers eventually lost in extra innings. Aside from this pupperific promotion, the Tigers' skid extended to seven games. Woof!

    There is no doubt that the boys with the Olde English D are in the doghouse, and a lot of that has to do with the offense, or lack thereof. While the team has more hitters below the Mendoza line than you can growl at, some of the younger players are looking to break off the chain and take their place as top dogs.

  • @tigers • 13h

    Detroit Free Press: Former Detroit Tiger Curtis Granderson returns, maybe for final time

    He hasn't called it home for nearly 10 years, but Curtis Granderson feels like he's home every time he returns to Comerica Park.

    "This is where I got a chance to start my career," Granderson, now with the Miami Marlins, said before Tuesday's series opener against the Detroit Tigers.

    But one would need to rewind to a few years before his major league debut in 2004 to find Granderson's "Welcome to Detroit" moment.

  • @tigers • 15h

    Detroit Free Press: Game recap: Miami Marlins beat Detroit Tigers, 5-4 in 11 innings

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    Detroit Tigers (18-26) vs. Miami Marlins (13-31)

    When: 7:10 p.m.

    Where: Comerica Park.

    TV: Fox Sports Detroit.

    Radio: WXYT-FM (97.1; other radio affiliates).

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    First-pitch weather forecast: Mostly cloudy, 59 degrees (0% chance of rain).

    Probable starting pitchers: RHP Spencer Turnbull (2-3, 2.40 ERA) vs. LHP Caleb Smith (3-1, 2.25 ERA).

    Tigers lineup:

    LF Niko Goodrum

    3B Dawel Lugo

    RF Nicholas Castellanos

    1B Miguel Cabrera

    SS Ronny Rodriguez

    DH Christin Stewart

    2B Josh Harrison

    C Grayson Greiner

    CF JaCoby Jones

    P Spencer Turnbull

    Twitter updates

  • @tigers • 18h

    Bless You Boys: Marlins 5, Tigers 4: Rally falls short as Tigers lose their seventh straight game

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    The Detroit Tigers saw their losing streak stretch to seven games (officially) on Tuesday, as they lost a 5-4 decision to the Miami Marlins in 11 innings at Comerica Park. Catcher Chad Wallach drove in Miguel Rojas in the top of the 11th for the Marlins' game-winning run.

    The Marlins jumped on Spencer Turnbull early, with three hits and a run in the top of the first inning. Curtis Granderson singled just two pitches into the game, and moved from first to third on a seeing-eye single from right fielder Garrett Cooper.

  • @tigers • 20h

    The Detroit News: Marlins win in 11 innings; Tigers losing streak reaches seven

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    Detroit -- The small crowds, the increasing impatience of the fan base, it's not been lost on Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire

    But he knows there's only one remedy for both. Play better and win more.

    "It's frustrating losing, more frustrating inside this clubhouse than you can possibly imagine," he said. "Guys want to win. We know we've been struggling. We know our fans aren't happy. But if we put all our emphasis on making our fans happy, we're forgetting about what's really important.

    "And that is, once we get happy in this clubhouse by winning a few ballgames, I think the fans will go right along with it.

  • @tigers • 21h

    Detroit Free Press: Detroit Tigers score vs. Miami Marlins: Scoring updates

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    Detroit Tigers (18-26) vs. Miami Marlins (13-31)

    When: 7:10 p.m.

    Where: Comerica Park.

    TV: Fox Sports Detroit.

    Radio: WXYT-FM (97.1; other radio affiliates).

    BOX SCORE

    First-pitch weather forecast: Mostly cloudy, 59 degrees (0% chance of rain).

    Probable starting pitchers: RHP Spencer Turnbull (2-3, 2.40 ERA) vs. LHP Caleb Smith (3-1, 2.25 ERA).

    More from Seidel:Tigers' prospects are struggling, a reminder that rebuilds are hard

    Tigers lineup:

    LF Niko Goodrum

    3B Dawel Lugo

    RF Nicholas Castellanos

    1B Miguel Cabrera

    SS Ronny Rodriguez

    DH Christin Stewart

    2B Josh Harrison

    C Grayson Greiner

    CF JaCoby Jones

    P Spencer Turnbull

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  • @tigers • 22h
  • We're headed to extras. Here's a boop to celebrate. #MotorOn https://t.co/9ubAmvhKda

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