8/27/2015 | Wolf not yet conceding to Father Time
Randy Wolf continues to work ahead in the count on Father Time. He doesn't need run support for that. He does need it to get a result on the field.
8/27/2015 | Gose still learning to navigate basepaths
On a positive note, Anthony Gose did what no other Tiger could against right-hander Matt Shoemaker on Thursday afternoon, twice reaching base safely during a 2-0 loss to the Angels.
8/27/2015 | Shoemaker leads Angels over hometown Tigers
Pitching in his hometown for the first time, with an assortment of friends and family in the stands, Matt Shoemaker dominated the Tigers at Comerica Park on Thursday afternoon, throwing 7 1/3 innings of one-hit ball while leading the Angels to a 2-0 victory.
8/27/2015 | Tigers' Boyd returns to Toronto to face former club
Rookie left-hander Matt Boyd will start against his former team when his Tigers face the Blue Jays on Friday night in the opening contest of a three-game series at Rogers Centre.
8/27/2015 | Moya moves over to left with Mud Hens
Days before the Tigers will expand their roster, Triple-A Toledo outfielder Steven Moya made a notable position move.
8/27/2015 | McCann maintains calm amid no-no bid
James McCann learns quickly, as one would expect from the son of a rocket scientist. The way McCann handled his late-inning mound visit with Justin Verlander, one would've thought he was the son of a negotiator.
8/27/2015 | Stats of the Day: Verlander eyed no-no No. 3
Bidding to become the sixth pitcher in big league history with at least three no-hitters, Justin Verlander didn't allow a knock until Chris Iannetta lined a single just fair to left field to begin the ninth. Verlander settled for a one-hit shutout as the Tigers blanked the Angels, 5-0.
8/27/2015 | Chalk show: 1 liner spoils Verlander no-no in 9th
Justin Verlander has been here enough times that he's starting to know the club by heart.
8/27/2015 | Ausmus: Review choice no factor in lost no-no
After further review, the Tigers didn't need the insurance run they were trying for in the eighth, not with Justin Verlander dealing. The way this season has gone, though, a no-hit bid wouldn't have stopped manager Brad Ausmus from fighting for it.
8/26/2015 | Verlander's one-hitter a characteristic return to form
There was obviously disappointment that the no-hitter was not achieved. But this was still a night of triumph for Verlander.
8/26/2015 | McCann: Verlander's bid 'heck of a night'
It took until the eighth inning of Wednesday's 5-0 win over the Angels for Tigers right fielder J.D. Martinez to realize the feat that Justin Verlander was approaching.
8/26/2015 | V-Mart happy to take a little luck at plate
Victor Martinez sounds like a man shaking his fist at the gods lording over his batting average on balls put in play.
8/26/2015 | Greene set for surgery on artery in shoulder
Tigers right-hander Shane Greene will undergo an operation Thursday morning to repair the circumflex artery in his throwing shoulder, and he will miss the remainder of the season.
8/26/2015 | Shoemaker set for return in Angels-Tigers finale
Matt Shoemaker will make his return to the Major Leagues on Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park when his Angels face the Tigers in the finale of a three-game series.
8/26/2015 | Wild night by Simon a dubious achievement
The Tigers were hoping Alfredo Simon's one-hit shutout last week could set up a late-season bounceback. On Tuesday, it was his pitches that bounced, or in one case sailed, that doomed him at inopportune times.
8/25/2015 | Cabrera has seventh straight multi-hit game
Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera is making up for lost time. With a third-inning double, a seventh-inning single and an eighth-inning single during Tuesday's 8-7 loss to the Angels, Cabrera reached seven straight multi-hit games, matching a career high.
8/25/2015 | Verlander, Santiago face off in Motor City
Justin Verlander has posted a 1.67 ERA over his last six outings, but the right-hander will be in search of just his second win of the season Wednesday night when his Tigers host the Angels in the second contest of a three-game series at Comerica Park. The Angels counter with Hector Santiago (7-7, 2.91).
8/24/2015 | Farmer, 'pen can't harvest seeds of gem
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus has had to talk plenty about his pitching all season. Monday's 12-5 loss to the Reds, after the Tigers once held a 5-0 lead, was just the latest, and he summed up the 10-run sixth inning off Buck Farmer and the relief corps succinctly.
8/24/2015 | Miggy about to re-enter AL batting race
Monday's 2-for-5 performance in a 12-5 loss to the Reds left Miguel Cabrera with a .367 batting average, which would lead the Majors by 32 points and the American League by 47 if he had enough at-bats to qualify.
8/24/2015 | Collins getting chance to prove himself
It's time for the Tigers to figure out what they have in Tyler Collins. What the Tigers find could potentially impact their offseason dealings.
8/24/2015 | Reds end 9-game skid with 10-run 6th vs. Tigers
It was a comeback, and then some, for the Reds on Monday as they scored 12 unanswered runs -- 10 in the sixth inning -- for a 12-5 victory over the Tigers in their makeup game at Great American Ball Park. With its biggest rally of the year, Cincinnati avoided setting a season-high losing streak after it had lost the previous nine in a row.
8/23/2015 | Hardy's outstanding homerless stretch ends
Former Tigers lefty Jamie Walker used to say every reliever gets five minutes of fame. Sometimes, maybe wrongly, a few of those minutes tick by in defeat. Blaine Hardy falls into that category.
8/23/2015 | Ausmus believes in Knudson's talent out of 'pen
The first thing deceptive about Guido Knudson is the name. It's pronounced Gee-do, not Gwee-do. The pitcher, meanwhile, might be better than advertised.
8/23/2015 | Tigers head to Cincinnati for makeup game vs. Reds
The beleaguered Tigers rotation turns to right-hander Buck Farmer against the Reds on Monday night as the clubs meet at Great American Ball Park in a makeup of a June rainout.
8/23/2015 | Greene diagnosed with pseudoaneurysm in hand
Shane Greene, whose season took a turn for the worse in May after a stellar start to his first season as a Tiger, will see a vascular surgeon Tuesday to further examine a blood vessel issue in his shoulder that's causing aneurysm symptoms in his right hand.
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