36 years ago today, Tigers second baseman Lou Whittaker wins the American League Rookie of the Year crown.
The Detroit Free Press analyzed the ethnic and racial diversity of sports franchises following remarks by LA Dodger Exec. Al Campanis that African-Americans lack the “essentials” to work in administration.
“Stealing Home” premiers tonight at 7 at the Detroit Historical Museum.
On June 29, Cabrera also appeared to call Rays closer Fernando Rodney a “maricón,” the Spanish equivalent of “faggot.”
Past preservation attempts have been thwarted by city officials, who have insisted – wrongly, so far – that the site can garner tens of millions of dollars from a major developer.
While the Tiger Stadium site sits empty in Corktown, high-end lofts in Indianapolis are being built around a minor league ballpark.
Aftermath of Tigers Opening Day: Red cups, blood, rotting food, vomit, broken windows & beer bottles
Cars left in parking lots were broken into. Wind-blown red cups drifted onto exit ramps. Shards of glass were scattered across busy streets and sidewalks.
Torii Hunter likely will hit No. 2 in the lineup and play right field, adding more potency to an already strong Tigers team.
Speedy, productive and electrifying – Quintin Berry was just what the Tigers needed. Replacing an injured Austin Jackson in late May, the rookie speedster hit over .300, swiped bases with ease and knocked in key runs over his first 35 games. When Jackson returned, Berry earned a regular spot on the regular lineup, moving to left […]
The Tigers’ winning streak came to an end Wednesday night, as the New York Yankees pulled away in the last couple of innings to win 12-8, before a sold-out Comerica Park. The Yankees lit up Detroit pitching for virtually the entire game, and the Tigers could never tie the game despite a couple of big […]