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Looking for Bullpen Breather, Detroit Tigers Call up Releiver Corey Knebel from Toledo
May 23rd, 2014 at 11:16 AM
It's been an ugly few days for the Detroit Tigers on the scoreboard, but even worse with regards to pitching depth. Thanks in part to that, the team added a reinforcement quick on Thursday afternoon. ***PHOTO1*** Corey Knebel, the 39th pick in the 2013 draft out of the University of Texas, is coming...

Texas Rangers Thump Young Robbie Ray, Detroit Tigers in Rough Afternoon Blowout
May 22nd, 2014 at 5:41 PM
Even though the Texas Rangers left the ailing Prince Fielder at home, they brought the spirit of his big bat with them and pounded out 14 hits in an ugly 9-2 blowout of the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. ***PHOTO1*** Detroit's rookie pitcher Robbie Ray was making another start, and did well to escape...

Detroit Tigers’ Eighth Inning Collapse Paves Way for Heartbreaking Loss to Minnesota Twins
May 11th, 2014 at 9:45 PM
The Detroit Tigers, despite all of their bullpen problems, had still been able to hold all of their leads in the seventh inning or later. ***PHOTO1*** Until Sunday. Joba Chamberlain allowed three runs in the fourth inning, and the Tigers lost to the Minnesota Twins 4-3 to close out their home stand. Rookie Robbie...

Robbie Ray’s Great First Inning Escape Could Help His Detroit Tigers’ Career Take Flight
May 7th, 2014 at 11:47 AM
One good or bad inning does not make a baseball career, of course, but the confidence gained or lost from that one inning can go a long way towards making the start of a career more positive or negative. ***PHOTO1*** Tuesday night, Detroit Tigers' rookie Robbie Ray was the recipient of some...

Rookie Robbie Ray Dazzles Early, Often as Detroit Tigers Win Seventh Straight Game
May 6th, 2014 at 11:18 PM
Not knowing what to expect from a rookie, the Detroit Tigers got more than they bargained for with young Robbie Ray Tuesday night, as the youngster looked the part of a solid major league starter, pitching five solid innings and watching his offense batter the Houston Astros to the tune...

Detroit Tigers’ Tales: Interest in Joel Hanrahan Grows, While Zubaz Pants Take Off
May 1st, 2014 at 4:59 PM
Welcome to Tiger Tales, a bi-weekly look at the top five news stories from around the web about the Motor City Kitties. Though rain and off-days have made it nearly impossible for the Detroit Tigers to get into a groove early in the season, the team is 2-0 on its current...

Robbie Ray Has Earned Shot for Detroit Tigers in Anibal Sanchez’s Absence
April 28th, 2014 at 11:05 AM
Injuries in baseball, while a grim misfortune of an intense day to day grind, present fantastic opportunities for others. Just ask Lou Gehrig, who utilized such a scenario to help turn Wally Pipp's name into a verb. ***PHOTO1*** Nobody is suggesting the same situation will play out with the Detroit Tigers and their suddenly...

Robbie Ray’s Tuesday Performance for Detroit Tigers Shows Why Patience Best on Doug Fister Trade
February 26th, 2014 at 2:03 PM
Even though the Detroit Tigers' move to ship starter Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals is over three months old, that doesn't stop many from considering the transaction one sided. Despite that, one performance from Robbie Ray proved patience will be best served with this deal. ***PHOTO1*** Though others are coming around,...