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62-93, 5th in AL Cent
Mauer gets robbed by Jones (0:16)
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Ausmus' tenure comes to an end

After four seasons, the Tigers and Brad Ausmus are parting ways. Ausmus inherited a team that made it to the ALCS, but the Tigers took a major step back under the manager, failing to win a playoff game during his time in Detroit.

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Vote: Is letting Ausmus go the right move for the Tigers?

The Detroit Tigers announced Friday afternoon that manager Brad Ausmus will not be back for the 2018 season. Is moving on from Ausmus the right thing for the team? How would you rate his performance as the Tigers' manager?

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Verlander, Justin Upton and J.D. Martinez have departed, and now the Tigers have announced that Brad Ausmus will not return as manager in 2018. General manager Al Avila said the team is looking for "a new approach and a fresh start" with its next managerial hire. The Tigers are in full-fledged rebuilding mode, so it's likely they'll be looking for a developmental type as they move on from Ausmus. He posted a 312-325 record in his four seasons with the franchise.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

I have talked to or texted with a lot of the Puerto Rican players in MLB, and a lot of them have not heard from their families regarding the impact of Hurricane Maria. This morning, Hurricane Maria became the first category 4 hurricane to make landfall in Puerto Rico since the 1920's. After the direct hit, most of the island is without power and communication is very limited.

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White Sox bring Tigers closer to their level

The White Sox know how it feels to lose a no-hit bid on the final out of the game, having suffered such an experience more than any other MLB team. By ending Matthew Boyd's hopes with two outs in the ninth on Sunday, Chicago moved Detroit into second place on that not-so-desirable list.

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Real or not? Matt Boyd's near no-no

Boyd fell one out short of a no-hitter, but his performance still was a bright moment in a miserable season for Detroit and offered a glimpse as to what he could offer the Tigers next year.


Tigers' Matt Boyd on his one-hit shutout

Tigers starting pitcher Matt Boyd talks with John Brickley about losing his no-hit bid with two outs in the ninth inning but holding on for the one-hit shutout.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Matthew Boyd has taken his no-hitter through seven, walking just one White Sox batter. He's flashing a great mix, throwing his fastball, change, slider and curve for strikes, and touching 95 with his heat.

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Old rival Leyland praises Indians' record run

Former Detroit manager Jim Leyland, now a special assistant to the general manager for the Tigers, said the Indians' winning streak was "great for baseball."

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Tigers reinstate Machado, acquire Rodriguez

Detroit reinstated INF Dixon Machado from the paternity list on Friday. The Tigers also acquired RHP Elvin Rodriguez from the Angels to complete the Justin Upton trade from Aug. 31.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.26011th
On Base Percentage.32614th
Slugging Percentage.42918th
Earned Run Average5.3530th
Quality Starts6913th