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Just 25 men in Major League Baseball history have ever hit 500 homers in their lifetime, and here's Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols ready to join them after hitting No.
Victor Martinez, who turns 36 in December, has not lost his switch-hitting skills.
The Rangers biggest move this offseason was landing slugger Prince Fielder from the Detroit Tigers to help bolster the team's offense.
Rob Rogacki, editor and writer for our Detroit Tigers cousin, Bless You Boys, took the time to answer a few questions about his favorite team.
As well as the Indians did against the White Sox in 2013, they performed absolutely dreadful against the Tigers, going 4-15 and getting outscored by 50 runs.
The Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians have become pretty fierce rivals over the years and now that both teams are coming off playoff berths, it seems like this rivalry is ready to heat up even more.
Nick Castellanos made a mistake Saturday night. He allowed himself to get picked off at second base when he failed to pay attention to his surroundings.
I am shocked. Jon Lester , according to WEEI's Rob Bradford , was offered $70 million over the next four years by the Boston Red Sox.
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There is a big difference from one season to the next when it comes to how much run support a pitcher gets.
Why you should trust in Dave Dombrowski, there is still time for the Tigers' relievers to heat up, and is it time to start worrying about Miguel Cabrera? He is described by the journalists who travel with the Tigers as being 'cool.'
As the Tigers and Indians begin their regular-season series Tuesday in Detroit, Cleveland will rely on its most consistent starting pitcher, right-hander Zach McAllister.
Ending a long search for his first major-league hit, Justin Verlander singled twice and also scored his first run on Saturday night in the Tigers' 6-2 victory over the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.
There are quite a few reasons for Tigers' fans to be concerned about the team at this point, but is the slow start of Miguel Cabrera one of them? Eight games into the 2014 season and our two-time MVP is struggling, batting just .250 with an on base percentage of .294 and slugging .406 to give him an OPS of .700, a far cry from the nearly inhuman ... (more)