Jordan Zimmermann hopes to take hot start to last laugh with Tigers
The relentless competitor that lies within the 29-year-old Wisconsin native has been evident even in his short tenure as a member of the Tigers. Zimmermann, who signed a five-year, $110 million deal with Detroit this November, has a start so superb ...
Detroit Tigers Gameday: Jordan Zimmermann puts 4-0 record on the line
It's got to be the lucky tank top, right? Teammate Ian Kinsler is second in the league with a .344 average. --Miss last night's game? Then you missed Tigers prospect Michael Fulmer making his major league debut. He got the win to help Detroit start ...
Jamie: Blame Tigers players, not Ausmus for uneven start to season
Detroit Free Press (blog)
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How to watch today's Detroit Tigers-Minnesota Twins game
Detroit Free Press
Tonight's game information. Detroit Tigers (12-10) at Minnesota Twins (7-16). When: 2 p.m.. Where: Target Field. TV: Fox Sports Detroit. Radio: 97.1 FM in Detroit (Radio affiliates here). Weather forecast: Sunny, 60 degrees. Starting pitchers: Tigers ...
Adams getting more comfortable at the plate
St. Louis Cardinals' Matt Adams hits a two-run home run in the eighth inning during a game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Washington Nationals on Friday, April 29, 2016, at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Photo by Chris Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leake remains winless as Cardinals fall to Nats
Washington Nationals shortstop Danny Espinosa (left) forces out St. Louis Cardinals' Kolten Wong as he turns a double play in the ninth inning during a game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Washington Nationals on Friday, April 29, 2016, at ...
St. Louis Cardinals: Meet Aledmys Diaz
Say hello to Aledmys Diaz, the next great player out of the farm system of the St. Louis Cardinals. Through 19 games, Diaz batted a scorching and league-leading .468, which would rank as the second-highest all-time in the month of April if he keeps it up.
2016 St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame class: Chris Carpenter, Joe Torre, Terry Moore, Sam Breadon
Carpenter played nine seasons with the Cardinals and was selected as a National League All-Star three times: 2005, 2006 and 2010. He made 18 starts for St. Louis during the postseason, including a start in Game 3 of the 2006 World Series vs. Detroit ...