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Royals 5, Twins 0: Ricky Nolasco roughed up again
The Twins right-hander gave up five runs on 11 hits in a 5-0 loss to the Kansas City Royals on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium.
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Wed Apr 09, 2014
St. Petersburg Times
Thumb to sideline Hamilton up to 2 months
Angels OF Josh Hamilton will be sidelined for 6-8 weeks because of a torn ligament in his left thumb.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Detroit Tigers' Evan Reed makes solid first impression on Brad...
It was opening day. The game was close. Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus needed a pitcher to replace Justin Verlander.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Omar Infante, now with K.C., enjoying warm welcome back, misses Tigers
What stood out from Tigers' Opening Day win: Anthony Fenech points out the highlights from the first win of the season at Comerica Park.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
The Detroit News
Commentary: ESPN analyst's criticism of Tigers' Miguel Cabrera is unwarranted
This just in: ESPN baseball analyst Keith Law ripped the Tigers for signing Miguel Cabrera to a big deal and slobbered all over Mike Trout for signing a big deal with the Angels.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
What to make of Dan Uggla's surprisingly good spring
Dan Uggla came on strong during Grapefruit League play in 2014 after an unproductive season for the Braves last year.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
American League Preview / Central
What's new: Jim Leyland is lighting up in retirement, moving aside for Ausmus, who inherits a three-time defending division champion.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
MLB 2014: What to Watch
Back after a long time away, the 2014 major league baseball season has already begun.
Sun Mar 23, 2014
Motor City Bengals
Joe Nathan falls apart as Detroit Tigers lose to Miami Marlins 8-4
Mar 11, 2014; Lakeland, FL, USA; Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Joe Nathan throws a pitch against the Toronto Blue Jays at Joker Marchant Stadium.
Thu Mar 20, 2014
2014 Marlins Season Preview: Future Looking Bright as Prospects Mature.
Great baseball teams are not bought, rather they are built from the ground up. Free agency, gargantuan cable television deals, billion dollar tax-payer funded stadiums and the general economic structure of baseball has changed this somewhat, but not entirely so.