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Detroit Tigers

Detroit Tigers

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2014 is the year that the Detroit Tigers will defend their American League Central title and, with new manager Brad Ausmus at the helm, expectations are very high indeed. Hoping for a fourth consecutive playoff spot, the Detroit Tigers have signed a number of fresh faces for the coming season, including closer Joe Nathan and out fielder Rajai Davis for a combined total of 30 million dollars. Others additions come in the form of relief pitcher Phil Coke, utility player Don Kelly and shortstop Jose Iglesias - all of whom will be hoping to make a good impression on the new coaching staff.

At the other end of the list, the Detroit Tigers have releasesd a number of players from thier contracts including Brayan Pena, Darin Downs, Joaquin Benoit and Jose Veras who is now a free agent. Second baseman Omar Infante has signed with rivals Kansas City Royals in a four year deal and will be heading to Comerica Park for the first time as the opposition this year. The Tigers have also traded Prince Fielder for second baseman Ian Kinsler in a move that will involve a cash transaction at some point in the near future.

The season will kick off on March 31st against AL Central Division's Kansas City Royals - at the much loved home stadium Comerica Park. With the new additions to the squad, the Detroit Tigers will be hoping to make make a big dent in the World Series this year after missing out in October. The coaching staff will be expecting a smooth transition as the players become used to the new set-up and new additions. Hopes are very high at Comerica Park and, assuming all goes as planned, many will be tipping the Tigers for success in both the American League Central and the World Series in 2014.



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Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers May 12, 2014
Mon 7:05PM
Oriole Park At Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers May 13, 2014
Tue 7:05PM
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Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers May 14, 2014
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Detroit Tigers vs. Cleveland Indians Apr 17, 2014
Thu 1:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Apr 18, 2014
Fri 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Apr 19, 2014
Sat 1:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Apr 20, 2014
Sun 1:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox Apr 21, 2014
Mon 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox Apr 22, 2014
Tue 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox Apr 23, 2014
Wed 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox Apr 24, 2014
Thu 1:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Minnesota Twins vs. Detroit Tigers Apr 25, 2014
Fri 7:10PM
Target Field
Minneapolis, MN
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Minnesota Twins vs. Detroit Tigers Apr 26, 2014
Sat 1:10PM
Target Field
Minneapolis, MN
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Minnesota Twins vs. Detroit Tigers Apr 27, 2014
Sun 1:10PM
Target Field
Minneapolis, MN
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Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers Apr 29, 2014
Tue 7:10PM
US Cellular Field
Chicago, IL
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Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers Apr 30, 2014
Wed 1:10PM
US Cellular Field
Chicago, IL
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Kansas City Royals vs. Detroit Tigers May 2, 2014
Fri 7:10PM
Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City, MO
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Kansas City Royals vs. Detroit Tigers May 3, 2014
Sat 6:10PM
Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City, MO
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Kansas City Royals vs. Detroit Tigers May 4, 2014
Sun 1:10PM
Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City, MO
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Detroit Tigers vs. Houston Astros May 5, 2014
Mon 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Houston Astros May 6, 2014
Tue 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Houston Astros May 7, 2014
Wed 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Houston Astros May 8, 2014
Thu 1:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins May 9, 2014
Fri 7:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins May 10, 2014
Sat 1:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins May 11, 2014
Sun 1:08PM
Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
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Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers May 12, 2014
Mon 7:05PM
Oriole Park At Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs. Detroit Tigers May 13, 2014
Tue 7:05PM
Oriole Park At Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Detroit Tigers

Detroit Tigers History

The Detroit Tigers have been playing professional baseball since the Western Conference became the American League. Then the team was part of a league that challenged the National League for the right to be called the best baseball league in the world. Those early Tigers were quite impressive, capturing three straight American League pennants in the early 20th century. However, the Tigers lost each time to the NL counterpart in the World Series.

The first World Series win came after a two decades of struggling. The 1935 Detroit Tigers were a special club with a phenomenal collection of hitters. The most famous of these may be Hank Greenburg, a power hitter who also showed patience at the plate. He played with catcher/manager Mickey Cochrane, second baseman Charlie Gerhinger, left fielder and future Hall of Famer Goose Goslin, and right fielder Pete Fox. Coupled with a pitching staff led by Tommy Bridges, this club won 93 games and avenged two previous losses to the Cubs in the World Series by taking the series in 6 games (and, consequently, kicking off the Curse of the Billy Goat at Wrigley Field).

This would be the first of four World Series wins for the franchise. Perhaps the most famous of these wins is the last, the 1984 championship. The team’s offense was led by outfielders Kirk Gibson and Chet Lemon, middle infielders Lou Whitaker and Alan Trammell, and catcher Lance Parrish. The combination of terrific batting averages, amazing speed, and power supported a pitching staff with Jack Morris as the ace, Dan Petry and Milt Wilcox as terrific frontline starters, and Willie Hernandez as an unhittable closer. The Detroit Tigers won 104 games in the regular season and would go on to sweep the Royals in the ALCS before easily dispatching the Padres in five games in the Fall Classic.

Detroit has had some very good teams in the 21st century, but none has been able to add a fifth World Series to the team’s list of accomplishments. It seems that it is only a matter of time before one of these clubs is going to do so though, as the Tigers have been competitive for nearly a decade.