3/30/2015 | Joba not bothered by rough Spring Training
Despite struggling during Spring Training, Joba Chamberlain appears to be locked into one of the Tigers' bullpen spots.
3/30/2015 | Nathan shows no ill effects from hangnail
Joe Nathan showed no ill effects from a hangnail that bothered him last week, retiring three of the four batters he faced in the Tigers' 4-2 loss to the Braves on Monday.
3/30/2015 | Cabrera OK after taking tumble at first base
Miguel Cabrera is OK, but put a scare into Tigers fans and team officials when he took a tumble over Atlanta's Kelly Johnson trying to make a tag at first base.
3/30/2015 | Rondon gets another day to rest sore neck
Bruce Rondon, originally on the Tigers' pitching list for Monday, was given another day off to recover from a sore neck.
3/30/2015 | Optimistic Ausmus ready for early-season tests
With the Tigers' opening the 2015 regular season next Monday against the Twins at Comerica Park, manager Brad Ausmus sat down with MLB.com to discuss his club's Spring Training and what lies ahead in the new campaign.
3/30/2015 | Cespedes homers to back solid outing from Simon
Alfredo Simon pitched effectively over six-plus innings, and Yoenis Cespedes homered for the second straight day, but the Braves rallied late for a 4-2 win over the Tigers.
3/30/2015 | Verlander to miss next spring start
Justin Verlander will miss his next spring start as he continues to recover from a right triceps cramp, and it is unclear when the right-hander will pitch next.
3/30/2015 | Tigers nearing completion of big league roster
The Tigers' positional roster is now all but set, including catcher James McCann and utility guys Andrew Romine and Hernan Perez. The team made most of its final decisions on Monday, optioning catcher Bryan Holaday and outfielder Tyler Collins to Triple-A Toledo. Both made last season's Opening Day roster, and both were in competition to do the same this year.
3/29/2015 | Sanchez gets strikeout pitch working in latest spring tuneup
The Tigers need a bounce-back year from Justin Verlander and should benefit from a full year of David Price, but Anibal Sanchez could be the key to the starting rotation this season.
3/29/2015 | Sanchez fans 10 as Cespedes, Collins go deep in tie
Anibal Sanchez struck out 10 over 6 1/3 innings, and Yoenis Cespedes and Tyler Collins both homered in the Tigers' 4-4 tie with the Phillies on Sunday.
3/29/2015 | Verlander resumes throwing, status uncertain
Justin Verlander resumed throwing on Sunday, but it is still unclear whether he will make his next scheduled start on Thursday vs. the Yankees.
3/29/2015 | Tigers' Double-A affiliate finds buyer
The future of the Detroit Tigers' Double-A affiliate in Erie, Pa. has been purchased by Reds minority owner Fernando Aguirre.
3/29/2015 | Tigers' youth may be key to AL Central title run
The Tigers will only go as far as their stars take them, but there is still some important young talent in the mix, and their performance could prove pivotal as Detroit looks to nail down a fifth straight AL Central title.
3/28/2015 | Tigers' lefty relief race could go to end
As the Tigers look to remake the left side of their bullpen, they need a pitcher who can cover multiple innings. But they also want guys who can match up with opponents' best left-handed hitters.
3/28/2015 | Iglesias hitting better than the numbers
Jose Iglesias' hitting might be a little bit behind. He knows this. But he also doesn't think he's far off.
3/28/2015 | Rondon's roster spot not automatic
Bruce Rondon has given every reason to believe he'll be healthy to begin the season after spending last year recovering from Tommy John surgery. He has not necessarily cinched his spot as a Tiger.
3/28/2015 | Verlander feels triceps tightness, concern level low
Justin Verlander said Saturday morning he feels similar tightness in his right triceps to what forced him out of his Grapefruit League start Friday, though he said his level of concern remains low.
3/28/2015 | Miggy launches second spring homer to fuel Tigers
Miguel Cabrera hit his second home run in as many games before Alex Avila's game-tying solo homer and Jordan Lennerton's go-ahead double led the Tigers to a 4-3 win over the Cardinals Saturday afternoon at Joker Marchant Stadium.
3/27/2015 | Tigers crossing fingers on Verlander
It was a strange, confusing day for the Detroit Tigers. One moment, Justin Verlander is at his best, and another he is leaving the game with an injury.
3/27/2015 | Avila handles rare start at first base just fine
Alex Avila is not making a big deal out of playing one game at first base, a half-game really thanks to the rain.
3/27/2015 | Nathan counting on Opening Day boost
Joe Nathan is counting on getting a boost on Opening Day in velocity, concentration and command.
3/27/2015 | Verlander expects to make next start despite triceps cramp
Justin Verlander left his start against the Blue Jays on Friday with a right triceps cramp, the Tigers announced. He departed right after running to cover first base on a third-inning ground ball.
3/27/2015 | Tigers drop rain-shortened game after Verlander injury
Justin Verlander left Friday's rain-shortened loss to the Blue Jays with a right triceps cramp. Verlander struck out two and allowed one run over 2 2/3 innings before the injury.
3/26/2015 | Former Tigers pitcher Bill Slayback passes away at 67
Bill Slayback, a pitcher for the Tigers in the early 1970s who went on to a songwriting career, has passed away at age 67. The Tigers confirmed the news Thursday evening.
3/26/2015 | Actor J.K. Simmons to throw first pitch on Opening Day
J.K. Simmons never did take the ball from Kevin Costner during his bid for pitching perfection in For Love of the Game. Years later, the Oscar-winning actor and Michigan native will get to throw the first pitch of the Tigers season.
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