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Tigers' Derek Hill sitting Sunday

The Detroit Tigers did not include Derek Hill in their lineup for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Orioles. Hill will take a seat Sunday with Akil Baddoo returning to the lineup in centerfield. Baddoo will bat leadoff. Our models project just 42 more plate appearances for Hill this season, with...
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Metro Detroit weather: August begins with scattered showers and storms Sunday

DETROIT – And welcome to Sunday, Motown. It is a brand new day and month. There will be some showers today, but also periods of dryness as well. With all the cloud cover it will be cooler than average. The rain leaves by this evening and tonight as it gets cooler. Warmer, more summer like weather returns tomorrow and all of this week.

Baltimore Orioles: Matt Harvey’s Historic Scoreless Streak

Jul 30, 2021; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Matt Harvey (32) throws during the first inning against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports. As July comes to a close, Orioles starter Matt Harvey is just heating up, tossing his third consecutive scoreless...
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Updated Post-Deadline 2021 MLB Postseason Predictions

Start your engines: The race to the MLB playoffs begins now. Now that Friday's trade deadline has passed we have a clearer picture of what the playoff picture might look like. The next two months will be exciting for some teams, while others will just be playing out the string.

Grayson Greiner catching for Tigers Sunday

The Detroit Tigers listed Grayson Greiner as their starting catcher for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Orioles. Greiner will start behind home plate and bat eighth, while Eric Haase steps into left field, Robbie Grossman switches to right field, and Victor Reyes hits the bench. Greiner has a $2,000 salary...

Victor Reyes sitting for Tigers Sunday

The Detroit Tigers did not list Victor Reyes in their lineup for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Orioles. Reyes will take a seat Sunday while Robbie Grossman plays right field, Eric Haase steps into left field, and Grayson Greiner takes over at catcher. Reyes is projected to make 58 more...
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John Means sharp as Orioles down Tigers

John Means pitched six strong innings, Ryan Mountcastle had three hits and an RBI and the Baltimore Orioles downed the host Detroit Tigers 5-2 on Saturday. Means (5-3) gave up one run on four hits with six strikeouts in six innings. He recorded his first victory since May 5. Means was sidelined for more than six weeks with a left shoulder strain and was making his third start since being activated.

Three drafted Hurricanes sign with MLB teams; Drafted signee set to enroll

Miami's three drafted players have all signed with their respective clubs ahead of the Aug. 1 deadline. Second-round pick Adrian Del Castillo, a catcher, signed with the Arizona Diamondbacks for a reported $1 million signing bonus, which was higher than the approximate slot value of $976,700. Del Castillo played three...
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Detroit Tigers, Matt Manning done in by error in sixth inning, fall, 5-2, to Orioles

Detroit Tigers rookie Tarik Skubal came undone Friday due to three solo home runs by the Baltimore Orioles, resulting in in a 4-3 loss. On Saturday, fellow rookie Matt Manning's downfall was much simpler: A two-out grounder to shortstop with the bases loaded that didn't result in an inning-ending out and led to a 5-2 loss.

Tigers cap weekend with win over Orioles

DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers scored three runs in the first inning and never relinquished their lead, beating the Baltimore Orioles 6-2 on Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park. The Tigers (51-57) split the four-game series with the Orioles (37-67) and will get their first day off in more than two weeks on Monday.
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Anthony Rizzo Homers In First 2 Games with Yankees

It was a wild trade deadline in baseball this season. In the middle of it, all was former Marjory Stoneman Douglas first basemen, Anthony Rizzo — just traded from the Chicago Cubs to the New York Yankees who hit home runs in back-to-back games to start his career with the Yankees.