- #35 SP
- Throws: R, Bats: R
- Detroit Tigers
- Birth DateFebruary 20, 1983 (Age: 34)
- BirthplaceManakin-Sabot, VA
- Experience12 years
- CollegeOld Dominion
- Ht/Wt6-5, 225 lbs.
DETROIT'S CURRENT GAME
*Splits are updated nightly.Complete Splits »
Verlander says he and Upton are 'perfect fit'
|2017 Regular Season||4||4||0||0||22.1||23||16||15||3||11||22||1||2||101.8||1.52||.261||6.04|
*Career stats are updated nightly.
The Tigers' bid to contend depends on having their star players healthy, but losing Miggy reflects a problem that could hamper their AL Central bid.about 4 days ago | Jim Bowden | ESPN Insider
April 22about 4 days ago | Elias Sports Bureau | ESPN.com
Paranoia, conspiracy theories and craziness. Nothing is off limits as the Tigers and Indians look for an edge in this AL Central rivalry.about 5 days ago | David Schoenfield | ESPN.com
Justin Verlander tweeted "working on my tipping" Monday with a GIF of himself drinking a beer in a pool, apparently making light of the worries he might be tipping his pitches.about 9 days ago | ESPN.com news services
The Reds rookie makes his mark, Toronto falls to 1-7 and the Twins are rushing Byron Buxton. What you need to know from Wednesday's slate.about 13 days ago | David Schoenfield | ESPN.com
Buster Olney recaps all of Monday's MLB action, including the Cubs' banner-raising ceremony, Wil Myers hitting for the cycle and Justin Verlander winning a pitchers' duel.about 15 days ago
Former MVP Bryce Harper had the first 4-for-4 game of his MLB career, while the Reds-Pirates game featured something that has never happened before.about 15 days ago | David Schoenfield | ESPN.com
Dominating in your 20s? It helps. But if stars like Justin Verlander, Dustin Pedroia and Yadier Molina want in the Hall, what they do now matters most.about 22 days ago | David Schoenfield | ESPN.com
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Jose Quintana says he has left behind the trade rumors and is focusing on Monday's season opener against the Detroit Tigers.about 24 days ago | Associated Press
Last year, the Red Sox righty emerged from the shadow of ex-teammates Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer to become an ace. Bring on Opening Day!about 25 days ago | Scott Lauber |