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Tigers GM: We're open for business

Said Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski, acknowledging the team will look to trade some of its stars before the deadline: "We're only going to make a trade if we think it makes sense for us. But we think it gives us a chance to restock our club." (via MLB's website)

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Tigers shopping Price, Cespedes

ESPN's Jayson Stark reports the Tigers told multiple teams they will listen on all their potential free agents -- David Price, Yoenis Cespedes, closer Joakim Soria and others -- between now and Friday's trading deadline.

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Tigers GM tells teams Price, others available

The Tigers have told teams they will consider trading all their potential free agents -- David Price, Yoenis Cespedes, Joakim Soria and others -- between now and Friday's deadline.

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Final: Tigers slip by Rays

Chris Archer had 11K's in 7 innings -- and even a bid for a perfect game -- but ended up with the loss as Detroit rallied behind starter Justin Verlander, who reached double-digit strikeouts for the first time since 2013. Box score

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Olney: Will the Tigers trade David Price?

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney weighs in on the Tigers' plans for David Price, the state of Detroit, the Dodgers' priorities at the trade deadline and whether the White Sox will move Jeff Samardzija.

Verlander's perfect game bid broken up

Asdrubal Cabrera sent a solo shot into the right-field seats for the first hit of this afternoon's Tigers-Rays game to hang a hit on Detroit starter Justin Verlander. Tampa Bay leads 1-0. Follow live

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Pitching duel in Tigers-Rays

Justin Verlander has 5 K's and no hits. Chris Archer has 7 K's and no hits. It's the first game this season where both starting pitchers have perfect game bids through 4 innings. Follow live

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Verlander sends 'em down in order

It was a 1-2-3 inning for Tigers starter Justin Verlander as Detroit takes on the Rays. The Tigers are back up to bat at the start of the second. Follow live

Tigers Can Go One Of Two Ways

Sitting 4 1/2 games out of the second wild-card spot, Detroit is under pressure to make a move. They can either bring in a starter, or ship out a pair of big names. Olney: Under pressure (Insider)

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Rays rout Tigers

Curt Casali went deep in the fourth and sixth innings, and the Rays added five runs in the eighth to run away from the Tigers in a 10-2 win at Tropicana Field. Box score


Casali goes yard again in sixth inning

Curt Casali entered the game with five HRs this season, but the Rays catcher has since added two in a 5-1 game vs. the Tigers. Casali is the first player with consecutive multi-HR games since Carlos Gonzalez did so on Sunday and Monday. Follow live

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Detroit interested in Leake?

The Tigers may have interest in Reds starter Mike Leake if they can stay in the wild-card race, according to USA Today.

Trying bolster their value

There have been a handful of trades already made in advance of Friday's deadline, and a number of pitchers pitching tonight may be next, and are looking to make one last impression on their potential suitors.

Tigers not sellers at the deadline

With Miguel Cabrera due back in the next three weeks, the Tigers are now actively shopping to add pitching, but that plan could change depending on how their next 3 games go, according to Jayson Stark. Dodgers could add 2 starters

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Grantland: Don't break up the Tigers

In this week's version of The 30, Jonah Keri argues that the Tigers have put too much on the line to sell off their roster now.

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Olney on Dodgers' plans for trade deadline

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney discusses the Dodgers' plans for the trade deadline, the futures of David Price and Cole Hamels and the Blue Jays' acquisition of Troy Tulowitzki.

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Tigers' David Price 'not getting traded'

ESPN's Jayson Stark said: "They're still only 4.5 back of the Twins in the wild card. They've got Miguel Cabrera coming back in a few weeks. They've decided they're built to win now. They're going to go for it." (via Mike & Mike)

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2751st
On Base Percentage.3331st
Slugging Percentage.4294th
Earned Run Average4.4526th
Quality Starts4721st


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