Detroit Tigers

2nd AL Central | 51-46
  • Batting Avg
    .266 AVG
  • Runs
    451 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.46 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    100 HR
  • Michael Fulmer & Dylan Bundy: Who To Watch 7-22-2016
    Minor League Ball

    Michael Fulmer & Dylan Bundy: Who To Watch 7-22-2016

    Who To Watch: Friday 7-22-2016 Eduardo Rodriguez, SP Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins The Red Sox just traded a major prospect to upgrade their starting rotation and a lesser one to improve the bullpen, but if Rodriguez can't pitch better, and more consistently, it may all be for nothing. He has allowed 29 earned runs in his previous seven starts dating back to May 31, and only one of those outings was he able to last into the seventh inning. Henry Owens hasn't been able to hold a spot in the rotation and Clay Buchholz has been relegated to mop up duty so its Rodriguez or bust. If he can't twirl a good one against the Twins then its difficult to see a bright second half. Dylan Bundy, RP/SP

  • Dodgers Dugout: Should Clayton Kershaw’s injury change the team’s decision-making on trades?
    Los Angeles Times

    Dodgers Dugout: Should Clayton Kershaw’s injury change the team’s decision-making on trades?

    Hi, and welcome to another edition of  Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell, and I learned the five scariest words in the English language this week: “Clayton Kershaw suffers injury setback.” Kershaw’s back keeps him out So, the Dodgers announced this week that Clayton Kershaw did not respond well to the simulated game he pitched on Sunday. It seems his back was hurting a lot the next day, and it will be at least three weeks until he returns. Dave Roberts said surgery is an option, which would put him out for the rest of the season. Kershaw last pitched on June 26. At the time, the Dodgers were vying for a playoff spot and a lot of people were expecting them to make a trade for a hitter