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5/24/2015 | Tigers disappointed with 3-4 homestand

The Tigers' 10-8 loss to the Astros at Comerica Park on Sunday afternoon completed a 3-4 homestand, dropping them into third place in the American League Central.

5/24/2015 | Late home runs spoil turnaround for Sanchez

Anibal Sanchez struck out 11 of 27 Astros batters in Sunday's 10-8 loss, but 10 of the other 16 reached base safely, and seven of them scored.

5/24/2015 | Hahn, A's set to welcome Greene, Tigers to Oakland

The Athletics begin a seven-game homestand Monday afternoon by welcoming Shane Greene and the Tigers to Oakland.

5/24/2015 | Lobstein to DL with sore shoulder; Machado recalled

Kyle Lobstein has been bothered by left shoulder soreness intermittently since the winter, and now it's landed the left-hander on the 15-day disabled list, Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski announced Sunday morning.

5/24/2015 | Tucker, Castro power Astros past Tigers

Preston Tucker's second game-tying homer in four days and Jason Castro's go-ahead two-run single powered six unanswered Astros runs off Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers' bullpen, salvaging a four-game series split for Houston with a 10-8 win in Sunday's finale at Comerica Park.

5/24/2015 | Iglesias sits out due to left knee contusion

The Tigers received some good news following Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Astros, when an X-ray and MRI on shortstop Jose Iglesias' left knee revealed no structural damage, manager Brad Ausmus announced Sunday morning.

5/23/2015 | Iglesias day to day with left knee contusion

Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias left Saturday's game against Houston in the fifth inning with a contusion to his left knee and is day to day, according to the club.

5/23/2015 | Astros' triple play the turning point vs. Tigers

The Astros escaped a jam in most impressive fashion in their matinee contest Saturday against the Tigers, turning a 5-4-3 triple play to end the fifth inning.

5/23/2015 | Detroit's dynamic double-play duo at it again

Tigers middle infielders Ian Kinsler and Jose Iglesias have made a habit of combining for spectacular double plays. On Saturday afternoon against the Astros, the duo dazzled again.

5/23/2015 | Ausmus: 'Joba's the eighth-inning guy'

Joba Chamberlain had a clean eighth inning in Friday's win and, in the process, perhaps solidified his role as Detroit's setup man. "Joba's the eighth-inning guy," manager Brad Ausmus said afterward.

5/23/2015 | Sanchez looks to rebound, keep Tigers hot in finale

The Tigers' seven-game homestand ends Sunday afternoon as Anibal Sanchez faces the Astros, who will start right-hander Roberto Hernandez for the series finale at Comerica Park.

5/23/2015 | Astros halt Tigers behind McCullers, triple play

Lance McCullers earned his first Major League victory in the same city where his father earned his next-to-last Major League win 25 years ago. His six quality innings, helped by a fifth-inning triple play, allowed the Houston Astros to piece together a go-ahead rally in the sixth for a 3-2 win over the Tigers Saturday afternoon at Comerica Park.

5/22/2015 | J.D. Martinez filling Tigers' cleanup void

J.D. Martinez hit a go-ahead three-run homer Friday in Detroit's 6-2 win over the Astros. He's been protecting Miguel Cabrera in the lineup and is batting .375 in the last 13 games.

5/22/2015 | Simon keeps aggressive Astros guessing in win

Alfredo Simon kept Houston guessing, and the right-hander settled down after allowing two unearned runs in the third inning to toss seven frames in the Tigers' 6-2 win.

5/22/2015 | Trying next step, Verlander to throw sim game

Six weeks after Justin Verlander threw a simulated game and fell short of his goal, he's scheduled to throw another one. He'll face a group of Tigers hitters Tuesday afternoon in Oakland, where Detroit faces the A's next week, as he tries the next step in his rehab process.

5/22/2015 | Versatile Wilson relishing time in Tigers' bullpen

Alex Wilson was recalled from Triple-A Toledo by the Tigers on April 22, and, since surrendering runs in two of his first three appearances, has been a reliable addition to the bullpen.

5/22/2015 | McCullers looks to follow up strong debut vs. Tigers

Lance McCullers, one of the Astros' top pitching prospects, will get his second taste of big league action on Saturday afternoon at Comerica Park against left-hander Kyle Lobstein and the Tigers.

5/22/2015 | Martinez, Simon keep Tigers rolling vs. Astros

J.D. Martinez's three-run home run helped power Alfredo Simon through seven strong innings, sending the Tigers to their second straight win over the American League West-leading Astros with a 6-2 victory Friday night at Comerica Park.

5/20/2015 | Castellanos gives Tigers much-needed boost

The Tigers' triples leaderboard includes speedsters Rajai Davis and Anthony Gose. It now includes Nick Castellanos.

5/20/2015 | McCann adds to repertoire with nifty grab

Catcher James McCann may have had some Tigers fans double-checking their scorecards during Wednesday's series finale against the Brewers at Comerica Park.

5/20/2015 | Anibal, wife launch charity for well-being of kids

As Anibal Sanchez and his wife, Ana, introduced Sanchez's Little Smiles, a new charity program they founded with the Tigers, the right-hander grew emotional while recounting a personal story.

5/20/2015 | Rondon to begin likely lengthy rehab stint

The road back to the Tigers' bullpen for Bruce Rondon goes through Triple-A Toledo starting on Thursday. It is not expected to be a quick stop.

5/20/2015 | Feldman, road warriors square off with Price, Tigers

The Astros, one of baseball's best road teams thus far, will face their toughest test yet when they open a four-game series against the Tigers on Thursday at Comerica Park in Detroit. Scott Feldman will face David Price in the afternoon contest.

5/19/2015 | Home run trend continues to sting Sanchez

The home runs came so quickly Tuesday, three of them in a nine-pitch span, that Anibal Sanchez was still struggling to digest it after the Tigers' 8-1 loss to the Brewers. He was ready to go to work on it, but he wasn't completely sure how.

5/19/2015 | Offense sputters against Brewers' Nelson

Tuesday's 8-1 loss to the Brewers at Comerica Park marked the 19th time this season -- and seventh time in the last 10 games -- Detroit has scored two runs or fewer in a contest. The Tigers managed just three hits, allowing Milwaukee starter Jimmy Nelson to cruise to his second win of the season.

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