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Tigers unable to rally after Norris fades

Daniel Norris’ pitching line in Tuesday’s 5-3 Tigers loss to the Twins at Comerica Park will look like most of his other starts over the past couple years, with some encouraging stats, but not enough outs and not the desired result. But for five innings, Detroit’s young left-hander shut down the Twins’ lineup on two…more

Turnbull makes 1st career start vs. Twins

Spencer Turnbull, who made his Major League debut last Friday with a perfect seventh inning in Cleveland, will get his first big league start Wednesday afternoon as the series concludes with a 1:10 p.m. ET game at Comerica Park. Turnbull, the Tigers’ second-round pick in the 2014 Draft, struck out 132 batters over 118 1/3…more

Boyd’s Kingdom Home combats child trafficking

Tigers pitcher Matthew Boyd and his wife, Ashley, weren’t looking to open their own nonprofit when the call came in. Though they were active in charitable causes, they had just become parents. Then came the call earlier this year from Ashley’s old boss at Remember Nhu, a nonprofit which aims to prevent child trafficking and…more

Fulmer to seek 2nd opinion on meniscus tear

Michael Fulmer could spend a second consecutive offseason recuperating from surgery. The Tigers right-hander will visit renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews on Wednesday for a second opinion on the damaged meniscus in his right knee.more

Tigers, Zimm cold in opener vs. division foes

Ron Gardenhire and Paul Molitor talked about the pros and cons of the bullpen start long before batting practice Monday afternoon. Hours later, the combination of Twins “opener” Gabriel Moya and Kohl Stewart held Detroit to very little production, sending the Tigers to a 6-1 loss Monday night at Comerica Park.more

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