Justin Verlander thinks his team influenced the A’s to bolster their starting staff after knocking them out of the playoffs each of the last two season.
Chris Archer works into the ninth inning and Rays offense provides seven runs of support as Rays improve to 40-50 with 7-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers.
Today is the day for barbecuing in the backyard with friends and family, sporting red, white and blue, and watching baseball. All of these things could be defined as being patriotic, but there is one element of Independence Day
Erik Bedard lasted just two innings today against the Tigers, surrendering six earned runs as the Rays lost to the Tigers by a final of 8-1.
Ian Kinsler returned back to Texas for the first time since he was a member of the Texas Rangers, and went deep in his first at-bat.
Tuck and O’Neill talks to Ryan Fagan of SportingNews.com about the Biggest Suprises in the American League. Why you should listen: Jerry O’Neill and Mike Tuck talks to MLB writer Ryan Fagan of SportingNews.com about how the Kansas City
After misfiring with Alex Gonzalez and getting way, way less-than-replacement offensive value from Andrew Romine, Eugenio Suarez has been exactly what the doctor ordered.
The Detroit Tigers may be without the services of their catcher Alex Avila for a few games. Avila was hit in the head with a bat by Boston Red Sox DH David Ortiz when Ortiz was following through on
Adrian Beltre feels that personal space is important in the game of baseball. He doesn’t like being touched on the head. So of course, Detroit Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera decided to be the latest in a long line of people
The Tigers are on fire and a big part of that is Victor Martinez.