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  • Preview: Indians at Tigers

    Offense was rarely an issue for the Detroit Tigers on their way to a third straight American League Central title a season ago, but scoring runs has been a bit more difficult in 2014. The Tigers, who look to salvage a split of a two-game home set with the Cleveland Indians on Thursday, finished second in the majors with 796 runs last season. However, Detroit’s offense has been mostly invisible recently, scoring two runs or fewer in every loss during a 2-5 stretch after opening the year with four straight wins.
  • Dodgers defeat Tigers in 10 innings, 3-2

    Dodgers defeat Tigers in 10 innings, 3-2
    Dodgers 3, Tigers 2 (10 innings) KEY MOMENT: Carl Crawford's 10th-inning double skipped by Detroit left fielder Rajai Davis, allowing Chone Figgins to score the winning run from first base. Figgins opened the inning by drawing a walk. Detroit sent the...

    1970-1979: Year-by-year capsules

    1970-1979: Year-by-year capsules
    1970 Record: 108-54 Place: First in American League East Postseason: Beat Cincinnati Reds in World Series (4-1) Manager: Earl Weaver Most Valuable Oriole: Boog Powell Batting leader: Frank Robinson (.306) Home run leader: Boog Powell (35) RBI...

    Ten storylines to watch in National League 2014

    Ten things to watch in the National League: GO BIG OR GO HOME:The free-spending Los Angeles Dodgers were knocked off in the NLCS last season by St. Louis, falling short of their World Series goal. They remain all in, including a $215 million contract...

    Ten storylines to watch in American League 2014

    Ten things to watch in the American League: SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE:The Mariners made the biggest splash in baseball in the off-season by stealing second baseman Robinson Cano from the Yankees with a 10-year, $240 million contract. They also added...