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6/25/2016 | Can Verlander, Tigers stop Tomlin, Indians?

As the Indians aim to sweep the Tigers and improve to 9-0 on the season against their American League Central rivals on Sunday, Josh Tomlin looks to beat Detroit for the third time this year while Justin Verlander looks to avoid a third loss to Cleveland. The two will square off at Comerica Park, where the Tribe goes for its ninth straight win.

6/25/2016 | Anibal allows 2 more HRs; rotation future uncertain

The question regarding Anibal Sanchez entering Saturday was if could he do enough to stay in the Tigers' rotation after a month-long stint in the bullpen. The answer coming out was unclear.

6/25/2016 | Tribe on 8-0 roll, builds a 5-game bulge

Another day, another Indians win over the Tigers. Carlos Carrasco threw a four-hit shutout and Cleveland beat Detroit, 6-0, on Saturday at Comerica Park to move to 8-0 on the season against its division rival. The Tribe also won its eighth straight game.

6/25/2016 | Chat with Pujols sparks change for McCann

A tip from one of this era's greatest hitters has turned things around for Tigers catcher James McCann. During a loss to the Angels on May 31 in Anaheim, McCann drew a walk, and Angels first baseman Albert Pujols noted to the 26-year-old catcher that his lead foot was slow. So McCann worked with Tigers hitting coach Wally Joyner on two days off and got rid of the leg kick in his swing.

6/25/2016 | Back in Detroit, Polanco reflects on close-knit '06

Ask Placido Polanco which moment stands out from the Tigers' 2006 American League championship season, and the answer is pretty predictable.

6/25/2016 | A day later, Tigers get extra run in loss to Tribe

The score of Friday night's Indians win over the Tigers has been changed from 7-4 to 7-5, after it was determined Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler crossed home plate before outfielder Cameron Maybin was doubled off to end the game.

6/25/2016 | Kids have unforgettable time at Pitch, Hit & Run event

Ten-year-old Drew Potter of East Lansing, Mich., lived out a dream two years ago when he got to run the bases at Comerica Park after a Tigers game. He took that a step further when he competed in the Scotts Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run team championship at Comerica on Saturday.

6/25/2016 | Moncada among top prospect performers Friday

The milestones keep coming for Yoan Moncada. The No. 5 overall prospect connected on his first Double-A home run on Friday night as part of another multi-hit performance, but it wasn't enough to keep Portland from losing to Reading, 11-3. Moncada's homer, a solo shot in the fourth inning, was his fifth of the season.

6/24/2016 | Zimmermann off the mark 'from the get-go'

Jordan Zimmermann and Mike Pelfrey were National League East opponents for a few years with their original clubs, but they've become relatively good friends in the Tigers' clubhouse. They pull for each other, which made Pelfrey's 4 1/3 scoreless innings of relief a bright side in Friday's 7-4 loss to the Indians.

6/24/2016 | Back in Detroit, Carrasco tries to keep Tribe rolling

Carlos Carrasco has had a bit of a rough time since returning from a hamstring injury, going 0-2 with a 3.96 ERA in four June starts. He returns to the site of his injury Saturday as the Indians face Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers in Detroit.

6/24/2016 | Running Rajai's circus catch denies Detroit

The Indians continued their perfect record against the Tigers with a 7-4 win Friday night at Comerica Park, but it took a highlight catch by former Tiger Rajai Davis to do it. He ran down Miguel Cabrera's drive to deep right-center field with one out in the ninth, starting a game-ending double play.

6/24/2016 | Tribe wins 7th straight, now 7-0 vs. Tigers

The Indians continued their taming of the Tigers on Friday night, using a pair of run-scoring triples from Jason Kipnis as part of a seven-run barrage against Jordan Zimmermann for a 7-4 win at Comerica Park.

6/24/2016 | Tigers won't rush dominant relief prospect Jimenez

Tigers manager Brad Ausmus is well aware of relief prospect Joe Jimenez's dominance on his fast track up the farm system. For now, though, he doesn't want to speed it up to the point where it hurts Jimenez's development.

6/24/2016 | Norris, Anibal going through audition of sorts

Daniel Norris was asked after his start Thursday about the frustration level of his outing -- not so much the back-to-back home runs in the fifth inning, but the fact that his first start as a Tiger this season wasn't until late June. Anibal Sanchez was asked Friday, the day before his first start in a month, about getting a chance to prove himself again in the rotation. It's not clear yet with either when that next chance might happen.

6/23/2016 | Ausmus, Tigers pull out all the stops in extras

The Tigers had used every available position player. The Mariners had used every available reliever, though they had starter Nathan Karns available in a pinch. With the chance at a series sweep and Mariners closer Steve Cishek headed toward 40 pitches Thursday, the Tigers went for it in the 10th -- pinch-hitting with Victor Martinez, pinch-running with Cameron Maybin and Mike Aviles. In the end, it came down to a walk-off wild pitch, the second in the Majors this season.

6/23/2016 | Walk-off wild pitch caps Tigers' sweep of Mariners

Steve Cishek's 10th-inning wild pitch brought home Cameron Maybin with the winning run, earning the Tigers a four-game series sweep of the Mariners with a 5-4 win Thursday at Comerica Park.

6/23/2016 | Ryan evolves, emerges as Tigers' 2nd lefty reliever

The Tigers sent Kyle Ryan to Triple-A Toledo three weeks ago with instruction to improve his offspeed pitches. He went down and worked on locating his fastball. It sounds like Ryan wasn't listening, but he knew exactly what he was doing.

6/23/2016 | Fans must start voting now to get in all 35 ballots

The 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot is down to its final week, and here are 10 important things to know as you continue deciding starters for the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard on July 12 at Petco Park in San Diego.

6/23/2016 | Tigers, 1st-rounder Manning agree to deal

Tigers top Draft pick Matt Manning will not be following his father's footsteps into basketball, instead pursuing his baseball career. The big right-hander, the ninth overall pick earlier this month, has agreed to terms to sign with the Tigers, forgoing a two-sport career at Loyola Marymount, the team announced after its 5-4, 10-inning win over Seattle on Thursday.

6/23/2016 | Moya meeting expectations in latest stint

This is the feeling Steven Moya had been waiting to experience, rounding the bases on a home run in front of Tigers fans at Comerica Park. He finally experienced it Wednesday.

6/23/2016 | Perfection from 'pen secures Tigers' win

The Tigers have a plan for conserving Michael Fulmer's innings. A fifth-inning exit Wednesday against the Mariners wasn't part of the plan.

6/23/2016 | Turner, Glasnow among top prospect performers Wednesday

Trea Turner can do it all, and he put the bulk of his skill set on display in Triple-A Syracuse's 6-4 win over Pawtucket on Wednesday. Turner, hitting .292 in 67 games, drew two walks and went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple and three RBIs.

6/22/2016 | Tigers go for sweep in Norris' first start of '16

The Tigers, who are going for a sweep of the Mariners, will send Daniel Norris to the mound on Thursday at Comerica Park to make his first start of the season. Adrian Sampson makes his second career start as the Mariners wrap up a 10-game road trip.

6/22/2016 | Tigers keeping close eye on Fulmer's innings

The Tigers have some sorting out to do with their rotation, with three pitchers potentially up for two spots. That was part of the reason behind the moves to bring back Daniel Norris from Triple-A Toledo to start Thursday, bring in Anibal Sanchez from the bullpen to start Saturday and push back Mike Pelfrey to next Tuesday.

6/21/2016 | Tigers find way to pull out win in close game

The first two-strike pitch Mariners starter James Paxton gave Mike Aviles before his go-ahead single was a cutter on the outside corner, which Aviles fouled off. Paxton followed it by daring Aviles to hit a 100-mph fastball over the plate. It was Paxton's 103rd pitch. Aviles fouled that off, too.

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