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Ticket broker offers fans money back if Tigers lose while Kelly plays or Nathan blows save

Joe Nathan joined the Tigers on a two-year, $20 million contract. Robin Buckson / Detroit News

The Ticket Machine out of suburban Lansing has decided to take stand, offering a promotion that could get you into next week's Tigers-White Sox series for free. More

Tigers' Anibal Sanchez as bullpen option 'not unreasonable'

Anibal Sanchez's recovery from a strained pectoralis has taken a sudden turn for the better this week. Robin Buckson / Detroit News

The Tigers and Sanchez are quietly giddy about his accelerating bounceback from a strained pectoralis. The issue is whether Sanchez, a right-handed fixture in the starting rotation, can make it back as a starter, or perhaps a reliever, before the regular season ends Sept. More

Steven Moya tries to make the most of September cameo with Tigers

The Tigers' Ezequiel Carrera (61) congratulates teammate J.D. Martinez on a three-run home run as Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki looks on during the ninth inning Tuesday at Target Field in Minneapolis. Hannah Foslien / Getty Images

He is a rookie, five weeks past his 23rd birthday, and he does indeed feel blessed simply to be wearing a Tigers uniform during this September stretch when expanded rosters have given the left-handed hitting right-fielder a chance to be with the big league team. More

Tigers interested in making Mike Hessman a coach, but minor-league slugger wants to play one more year

Mike Hessman is on track to become the minor leagues' all-time homer-run king. That's if he wants to keep playing. John T. Greilick / Detroit News

Hessman, 36, this season made history, becoming the all-time International League home-run king, and surpassing the 400-homer mark. He's currently at 417, 67 behind the all-time leader in the minor leagues. More

Justin Verlander is Tigers' nominee for Roberto Clemente Award

Tigers starting pitcher Justin Velander is up for the Roberto Clemente Award, MLB announced Tuesday. Brian Kersey / Associated Press

Verlander, the Tigers starting pitcher, was announced Tuesday as Detroit's candidate for the Roberte Clemente Award. It's given to a player who shines on and off the field — just as Clemente did before he passed away. More

Tuesday's baseball roundup: White Sox rough up Royals bullpen for 7-5 victory

Jose Abreu (right) of the White Sox celebrates with with Alexei Ramirez (10) and Josh Phegley after scoring on Conor Gillaspie's three-run triple in the seventh inning against the Royals on Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Ed Zurga / Getty Images

Kelvin Herrera and Wade Davis both gave up runs for the first time in nearly three months as the Kansas City Royals' dominant bullpen was touched up Tuesday night in a 7-5 loss to the Chicago White Sox. More

Tuesday's Tigers-Twins lineups, live tweets: Twins rally off Joe Nathan in ninth to win

Tigers starter Rick Porcello delivers a pitch against the Twins during the second inning Tuesday at Target Field in Minneapolis. Hannah Foslien / Getty Images

The Tigers held onto their 1.5-game lead in the American League Central on Monday night, and look at widen it with another victory over the lowly Twins at Target Field. More

Torii Hunter, Miguel Cabrera homer in ninth to rescue Tigers in victory

The Tigers' Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera celebrate Hunter's solo home run off Twins relief pitcher Casey Fien in the ninth inning. Cabrera followed Hunter with a solo home run moments later. The Tigers won 8-6. Jim Mone / Associated Press

Two of the Tigers' elders saved their playoff-hunting team's skin Monday night at Target Field when Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera hit ninth-inning homers to give the Tigers an 8-6 victory over the Twins. More

Tigers reliever Kyle Ryan, 22, shakes off jitters to secure second win

Kyle Ryan earned his second big-league win by pitching in the eighth inning where got a crucial double play to end a Twins rally in eighth. Hannah Foslien / Getty Images

Never mind that he is 22. Forget that he began the season pitching at Double A Erie and was about as far from Detroit as a left-handed pitcher can be. More

Max Scherzer up for Marvin Miller award; playoff tickets on sale Wednesday

Tigers starter Max Scherzer won the Cy Young Award in 2013. Now, he's up for the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award. Robin Buckson / Detroit News

Also up for the Marvin Miller award: Carlos Beltran of the Yankees, Josh Hamilton of the Angels, Adam LaRoche of the Nationals, Anhony Rizzo of the Cubs and Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers. More

Royals score twice in ninth to beat White Sox, remain 1˝ games behind Tigers

Kansas City Royals' Norichika Aoki, left, and Eric Hosmer celebrate a 4-3 win over the Chicago White Sox Monday. Ed Zurga / Associated Press

Pinch-runners Jarrod Dyson and Terrance Gore scored in the ninth inning as the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night. More

Manager Ned Yost not pleased after Royals lose three of four to lowly Red Sox

Kansas City's Lorenzo Cain walks off the field after striking out with the bases loaded to end a loss to Boston on Sunday. Charlie Riedel / Associated Press

The Kansas City Royals have not been to the playoffs in 29 years and are skidding toward a 30th straight season following Sunday's 8-4 loss to the Red Sox. They trail the Tigers by 1.5 games in the AL Central. More

Tigers sweep away Indians behind Ian Kinsler's home run

Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander works in the first inning Sunday against the Indians. Robin Buckson / Detroit News

J.D. Martinez pulled the Tigers within 3-2 in the sixth, driving in Miguel Cabrera with a single to center. Martinez, who also homered in the fourth, ended the afternoon of Indians starter Trevor Bauer, who lasted just five innings. More



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