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DETROIT — The Tigers, already subject to six weather-related postponements this season, have moved up the start time for Wednesday’s game ag Personalized Angels Baseball Jersey ainst the Orioles in effort to avoid another rainout. Wednesday’s game is now scheduled for a 1:10 p.m. ET start, moved up from an original start time of 6:40 p.m.

Tuesday’s game is still on for a 6:40 p.m. ET first pitch.

DETROIT — The Tigers, already subject to six weather-related postponements this season, have moved up the start time for Wednesday’s game against the Orioles in effort to avoid another rainout. Wednesday’s game is now scheduled for a 1:10 p.m. ET start, moved up from an original start time of 6:40 p.m.

Tuesday’s game is still on for a Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale  6:40 p.m. ET first pitch.

The Tigers made the move after consulting with the O’s as well as MLB, which has input on games when the visiting team isn’ Custom Angels Jersey t scheduled to come into town again.

The Tigers are coming off a lost weekend of games against the Yankees, with two games postponed due to all-day rain Saturday and an ice storm Sunday. While Tuesday provided chilly but dry conditions, Wednesday’s forecast calls for a strong chance of rain all evening, potentially turning to snow late.

Moving up Wednesday’s game time was preferable to risking another rainout and scheduling a doubleheader for Thursday.

“The weather looks really bad late in the afternoon,” manager Ron Gardenhire said. “We don’t want any more doubleheaders, and I don’t think the Orioles do, either. They’ve been through it, too. So the right thing happened here: Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey  Move the game up to 1 o’clock and try to beat the weather.”

The Tigers already have a day-night doubleheader scheduled for Friday against the Royals, making up a postponement from two weeks ago. The Orioles are scheduled to fly back to Baltimore on Thursday night for a homestand beginning Friday night.

Tickets for Wednesday’s game are good without exchange. Fans who can’t attend the afternoon game may exchange their unused tickets for any future similar- or lesser-priced game on the Tigers’ regular-season home schedule over the next 12 months, except for Opening Day next season.

“I’ve been in the game a pretty good while. This is probably the biggest run of toug Men’s Authentic Personalized Any Name Any Number Los Angeles Angels Home White Jersey h weather,” Gardenhire said. “And it’s not just us; it’s all northern teams. But you just have to deal with it. Baseball throws a lot of stuff a Men’s Authentic Customized Los Angeles Angels Alternate Red Baseball Jersey Cheap t you. We’ve played in some pretty ugly days out there, and we’ve had to bang a few, so we’re going to have some doubleheaders coming up, which will be taxing. But it’s part of the thing. A lot of teams are in the same boat.”

Jason Beck has covered the Tigers for MLB.com since 2002. Read Beck’s Blog, follow him on Twitter @beckjason and Facebook.


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Victor Martinez reflects on heal Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey th scare

Victor Martinez can see his father, in the faintest flashes of memory.

In one such snapshot, Guillermo Martinez is holding a broomstick behind his neck as he twists from side to side, loosening up his chest and abdominal muscles. In another, Guillermo is napping on a hammock, and Victor and his brother are swaying in the suspended bed back and forth, giggling as loose change falls out their dad’s pants pockets.

“Then we’d start tapping him on the head,” Martinez remembers with a big grin, “telling him, ‘Get up! Get up!'”

And then there’s the third memory that springs to mind. The one when a 7-year-old Victor comes home from school to find his father’s body being hauled away.

Guillermo passed away from a heart attack at age 66. Because the recollections of his father are so few and so fleeting, and ultimately, so painful, the 39-year-old Victor has dedicated his adult life to spending as many moments with his own children — son, Victor Jose, and daughters Maria Victoria, Barbara and Camila — as his baseball career would possibly allow. When Victor Jose, the oldest child, reached school age in 2010, Martinez actually considered quitting baseball, until somebody explained to him the possibility of having his kids home-schooled so they could go wherever his baseball travels took him, and Martinez then decided to home-school his kids.

As a result, 13-year-old Victor Jose has basically grown up in a Major League clubhouse, his presence coloring the better part of Martinez’s extraordinarily productive 16 years in the bigs, including this 2018 season that is, in all likelihood, Martinez’s last.

“You know,” the Tigers designated hitter said with a satisfied smile, “it’s been a pretty beautiful ride.”

That ride, though, nearly ended abruptly last summer, when Martinez, perhaps as a matter dictated by DNA, began having serious heart issues of his own. The experience was scary, but it has given him an even deeper appreciation for his place in the game and his role as a dad.

*****

Bottom of the seventh, two out, tie game, runner aboard, and the guy on the mound at Comerica Park was throwing about 100 mph. It was the kind of situation the skilled, switch-hitting Martinez, who in this moment last June 15 was seven hits away from his 2,000th, has thrived in a time or two. And he would come through here, too, albeit with the help of a fielding foible.

Jumbo Diaz tried to sneak one of those fiery fastballs past Martinez for strike three, and he fouled the pitch back to prolong the at-bat. Then, Diaz went to the slider, and Martinez sent a bouncing ball to the left-hand side that ate up shortstop Shane Robinson, allowing Martinez to reach and the go-ahead run to score.

But while Robinson was visibly frustrated with the error, Martinez was the one with his head down, hands upon his knees as he tried to gather himself at first base.

“My heart’s beating fast,” a sweating, shaking Martinez said to first-base coach Omar Vizquel.

Vizquel placed his hand on Martinez’s chest and felt the rapid thump.

“Do you want to run?” Vizquel asked.

“No, no,” Martinez replied, “I want to get out.”

The Tigers summoned a pinch-runner, as Martinez made the slow trek back to the dugout.

“I felt like I was going to fall over,” he says now.

Later that night, as the Tigers celebrated what became a walk-off win on a Miguel Cabrera homer, Martinez was taken for testing at the Detroit Medical Center, where he stayed overnight.

“My heart rate was still like 160 to 170,” he says. “They had to electroshock me to bring it down.”

The next day, the note on the transaction wire was unusual and alarming:

*Victor Martinez placed on 10-day disabled list (irregular heartbeat)

“It’s a little bit scary,” then-manager Brad Ausmus told reporters. “It’s not something at his age that you generally consider an issue or worry about.”

Martinez’s family history had him worried. When his father passed away, it was the third time he suffered a heart attack, so it wasn’t hard for Martinez to connect the dots, to go down the dark mental road of imagining his kids enduring the same loss he had suffered as a child. Martinez’s initial time on the DL was brief (he was back in the lineup by June 28), but the recurring arrhythmia caught up with him again after a game in late August, when his heart was racing uncontrollably in the clubhouse.

This time, a cardiac ablation — a procedure in which tissue allowing incorrect electrical signals is scarred or destroyed to prevent abnormal heart rhythms — was recommended.

“The doctor told me some basketball players and other professional athletes have come back from it and had a pretty normal life,” Martinez says. “But as simple as they say it can be, it’s the heart, you know? I was definitely really nervous.”

******

Martinez’s surgery last August ended his season but saved his life. His doctor told him he could begin working out as soon as 10 days post-op, but the offseason allowed him to take it slow. He began ramping up his physical activity in December, and by that point he had no doubts that he would be able to fulfill the final year of his contract with the Tigers.

From the team perspective, doling out regular at-bats to a 39-year-old designated hitter might not be ideal for a rebuilding ballclub. But in his offseason conversations with general manager Al Avila, Martinez was adamant that he could show up to Spring Training healthy and contribute. And he proved as much with a strong spring in which his bat looked rejuvenated, even if his hair had noticeably grayed.

Age and creaky knees limit Martinez’s ceiling, but he still shows flashes of the All-Star of old, such as his going 3-for-4 with a homer— his first of the season — with two RBIs vs. the Orioles in the Tigers’ 4-2 win on Tuesday night. In 48 plate appearances across 12 games, Martinez is 13-for-42 with that one homer, four doubles, four walks and eight RBIs.

“I’m so thankful to God to be in this position,” he says. “When I first got this thing [the heart issue] and I was waiting for all these charts, and first going through the process of it, there were points where I thought I might not be able to play.”

It’s impossible to know if Martinez is past the heart problem. His doctors told him roughly 80 percent of people who have the ablation don’t need a second one, and so far he — just like Indians manager Terry Francona, who had the same procedure last July — falls within that range of 80 percent, much to the relief of the many people in baseball who know Martinez to be, well, all heart.

“I think he’s so special to everybody around here,” says Francona, who managed Martinez in Boston. “He says he feels great, so that’s good. I certainly don’t want him to get a bunch of hits and beat us, but he’s such a great kid. Everybody loves him.”

Martinez knows he’s fortunate to still have a spot in this game. And though he stops short of definitively declaring 2018 to be his final season, he speaks like a man at peace with the approaching finish line.

“Honestly? I’m ready,” he says. “I’ve got no regrets. I know I left everything in this game. I think the biggest problem for athletes is they don’t know what to Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey  do after baseball. That won’t be my problem.”

In Okeechobee, Fla., about an hour and 20 minutes from Martinez’s home, there is a 2,500-acre cattle farm he owns called “Victoria’s Ranch.” There, Martinez, following in the footsteps of his uncles in his native Venezuela and his wife Margret’s family, breeds and raises roughly 700 Angus cows before selling them around 6-8 months old. In the bustling Tigers clubhouse, Martinez pulls out his phone and smiles as he watches a video he took while riding one of his 18 horses through the fields, herding the cattle from one pasture to another.

It’s peaceful out there, a place where a man who has spent his life hunting hits in front of screaming sports fans can bask in the quiet interrupted only by mooing cows. And Martinez’s love of life on the farm has been passed down to his kids, who visit with him and learn how to take care of the animals.

“It’s beautiful,” he says again.

Soon, baseball will no longer be a daily part of their lives, but Victoria’s Ranch is another place for Martinez to teach his kids about w Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale ork ethic. To bond with them. To give them a lasting image of their dad at his most content.

“I want to make sure I enjoy my kids,” he says, “because you just never know.”

Victor Martinez can see his father, in the faintest flashes of memory.

In one such snapshot, Guillermo Martinez is holding a broomstick behind his neck as he twists from side to side, loosening up his chest and abdominal muscles. In another, Guillermo is napping on a hammock, and Victor and his brother are swaying in the suspended bed back and forth, giggling as loose change falls out their dad’s pants pockets.

“Then we’d start tapping him on the head,” Martinez remembers with a big grin, “telling him, ‘Get up! Get up!'”

And then there’s the third memory that springs to mind. The one when a 7-year-old Victor comes home from school to find his father’s body being hauled away.

Guillermo passed away from a heart attack at age 66. Because the recollections of his father are so few and so fleeting, and ultimately, so painful, the 39-year-old Victor has dedicated his adult life to spending as many moments with his own children — son, Victor Jose, and daughters Maria Victoria, Barbara and Camila — as his baseball career would possibly allow. When Victor Jose, the oldest child, reached school age in 2010, Martinez actually considered quitting baseball, until somebody explained to him the possibility of having his kids home-schooled so they could go wherever his baseball travels took him, and Martinez then decided to home-school his kids.

As a result, 13-year-old Victor Jose has basically grown up in a Major League clubhouse, his presence coloring the better part of Martinez’s extraordinarily productive 16 years in the bigs, including this 2018 season that is, in all likelihood, Martinez’s last.

“You know,” the Tigers designated hitter said with a satisfied smile, “it’s been a pretty beautiful ride.”

That ride, though, nearly ended abruptly last summer, when Martinez, perhaps as a matter dictated by DNA, began having serious heart issues of his own. The experience was scary, but it has given him an even deeper appreciation for his place in the game and his role as a dad.

*****

Bottom of the seventh, two out, tie game, runner aboard, and the guy on the mound at Comerica Park was throwing about 100 mph. It was the kind of situation the skilled, switch-hitting Martinez, who in this moment last June 15 was seven hits away from his 2,000th, has thrived in a time or two. And he would come through here, too, albeit with the help of a fielding foible.

Jumbo Diaz tried to sneak one of those fiery fastballs past Martinez for strike three, and he fouled the pitch back to prolong the at-bat. Then, Diaz went to the slider, and Martinez sent a bouncing ball to the left-hand side that ate up shortstop Shane Robinson, allowing Martinez to reach and the go-ahead run to score.

Video: TB@DET: Kinsler comes home on Robertson’s error

But while Robinson was visibly frustrated with the error, Martinez was the one with his head down, hands upon his knees as he tried to gather himself at first base.

“My heart’s beating fast,” a sweating, shaking Martinez said to first-base coach Omar Vizquel.

Vizquel placed his hand on Martinez’s chest and felt the rapid thump.

“Do you want to run?” Vizquel asked.

“No, no,” Martinez replied, “I want to get out.”

The Tigers summoned a pinch-runner, as Martinez made the slow trek back to the dugout.

“I felt like I was going to fall over,” he says now.

Later that night, as the Tigers celebrated what became a walk-off win on a Miguel Cabrera homer, Martinez was taken for testing at the Detroit Medical Center, where he stayed overnight.

“My heart rate was still like 160 to 170,” he says. “They had to electroshock me to bring it down.”

The next day, the note on the transaction wire was unusual and alarming:

*Victor Martinez placed on 10-day disabled list (irregular heartbeat)

“It’s a little bit scary,” then-manager Brad Ausmus told reporters. “It’s not something at his age that you generally consider an issue or worry about.”

Martinez’s family history had him worried. When his father passed away, it was the third time he suffered a heart attack, so it wasn’t hard for Martinez to connect the dots, to go down the dark mental road of imagining his kids enduring the same loss he had suffered as a child. Martinez’s initial time on the DL was brief (he was back in the lineup by June 28), but the recurring arrhythmia caught up with him again after a game in late August, when his heart was racing uncontrollably in the clubhouse.

This time, a cardiac ablation — a procedure in which tissue allowing incorrect electrical signals is scarred or destroyed to prevent abnormal heart rhythms — was recommended.

“The doctor told me some basketball players and other professional athletes have come back from it and had a pretty no Men’s Authentic Customized Los Angeles Angels Alternate Red Baseball Jersey Cheap rmal life,” Martinez says. “But as simple as they say it can be, it’s the heart, you know? I was definitely really nervous.”

******

Martinez’s surgery last August ended his season but saved his life. His doctor told him he could begin working out as soon as 10 days post-op, but the offseason allowed him to take it slow. He began ramping up his physical activity in December, and by that point he had no doubts that he would be able to fulfill the final year of his contract with the Tigers.

From the team perspective, doling out regular at-bats to a 39-year-old designated hitter might not be ideal for a rebuilding ballclub. But in his offseason conversations with general manager Al Avila, Martinez was adamant that he could show up to Spring Training healthy and contribute. And he proved as much with a strong spring in which his bat looked rejuvenated, even if his hair had noticeably grayed.

Age and creaky knees limit Martinez’s ceiling, but he still shows flashes of the All-Star of old, such as his going 3-for-4 with a homer— his first of the season — with two RBIs vs. the Orioles in the Tigers’ 4-2 win on Tuesday night. In 48 plate appearances across 12 games, Martinez is 13-for-42 with that one homer, four doubles, four walks and eight RBIs.

Video: BAL@DET: Martinez skies a two-run homer to left

“I’m so thankful to God to be in this position,” he says. “When I first got this thing [the heart issue] and I was waiting for all these charts, and first going through the process of it, there were points where I thought I might not be able to play.”

It’s impossible to know if Martinez is past the heart problem. His doctors told him roughly 80 percent of people who have the ablation don’t need a second one, and so far he — just like Indians manager Terry Francona, who had the same procedure last July — falls within that range of 80 percent, much to the relief of the many people in baseball who know Martinez to be, well, all heart.

“I think he’s so special to everybody around here,” says Francona, who managed Martinez in Boston. “He says he feels great, so that’s good. I certainly don’t want him to get a bunch of hits and beat us, but he’s such a great kid. Everybody loves him.”

Martinez knows he’s fortunate to still have a spot in this game. And though he stops short of definitively declaring 2018 to be his final season, he speaks like a man at peace with the approaching finish line.

“Honestly? I’m ready,” he says. “I’ve got no regrets. I know I left everything in this game. I think the biggest problem for athletes is they don’t know what to do after baseball. That won’t be my problem.”

In Okeechobee, Fla., about an hour and 20 minutes from Martinez’s home, there is a 2,500-acre cattle farm he owns called “Victoria’s Ranch.” There, Martinez, following in the footsteps of his uncles in his native Venezuela and his wife Margret’s family, breeds and raises roughly 700 Angus cows before selling them around 6-8 months old. In the bustling Tigers clubhouse, Martinez pulls out his phone and smiles as he watches a video he took while riding one of his 18 horses through the fields, herding the cattle from one pasture to another.

It’s peaceful out there, a place where a man who has spent his life hunting hits in front of screaming sports fans can bask in the quiet interrupted only by mooing cows. And Martinez’s love of life on the farm has been passed down to his kids, who visit with him and learn how to take care of the animals.

“It’s beautiful,” he says again.

Soon, baseball will no longer be a daily part of their lives, but Victoria’s Ranch is another place for Martinez to teach his kids about work ethic. To bond with them. To give them a lasting image of their dad at his most content.

“I want to make sure I enjoy my kids,” he says, “because you just never know.”

Anthony Castrovince has been a reporter for MLB.com since 2004. Read his columns, listen to his podcast and follow him on Twitter at @Castrovince.


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Pitching Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey coach Chris Bosio back with Tigers

DETROIT — Tigers pitchers weren’t the only ones getting restless from all the time away from the field. So was their pitching coach.

Chris Bosio had been away from the team since being hospitalized for a personal medical issue last Monday in Cleveland. But when the Tigers opened their three-game series against the Orioles Tuesday at Comerica Park, Bosio was there, back to work.

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DETROIT — Tigers pitchers weren’t the only ones getti Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale ng restless from all the time away from the field. So was their pitching coach.

Chris Bosio had been away from the team since being hospitalized for a personal medical issue last Monday in Cleveland. But when the Tigers opened their three-game series against the Orioles Tuesday at Comerica Park, Bosio was there, back to work.

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“He’s back,” manager Ron Gardenhire said Tuesday. “He told me he can’t take it. He’s fired up. He’s back doing it, and he’s happy to be here.”

Bosio was not available for comment.

Bosio was originally expected to miss two weeks after doctors recommended he take a break. He ended up doing scouting reports and other work from home, sending them to the staff at Comerica Park while watching games on television. Bullpen coach Rick Anderson handled the in-game duties, but he will now move back to his main job, with A.J. Sager returning to the road for his duties as Minor League pitching coordinator.

It wasn’t clear if doctors’ recommendations on Bosio changed or if the stress of being away from the team was tougher on Bosio than the original healt Custom Angels Baseball Jersey h issue.

Video: DET@CLE: Boyd nabs comebacker, turns double play

Tigers rotation shuffled

Bosio gets back to work with a Tigers pitching staff that spent the weekend gaining unexpected rest while also trying to get in work to keep arms fresh. Pitchers threw bullpen sessions in the indoor batting cages of Comerica Park on Sunday.

Francisco Liriano was originally scheduled to start Saturday before the weekend rainouts against the Yankees and Monday’s off-day pushed him back.

Like Liriano, Matthew Boyd will be pitching on seven days’ rest when he takes the mound Wednesday, as will Jordan Zimmermann when he pitches Thursday’s series finale and Michael Fulmer when he starts Game 1 of Friday’s day-night doubleheader against the Royals.

Daniel Norris, who has been pitching long relief since Mike Fiers‘ return a week and a half ago, will get a spot start when he pitches Friday’s nightcap. Fiers, who pitched last Friday against the Yankees, will start Saturday.

Video: DET@CLE: Norris strikes out Encarnacion in the 2nd

Wilson believes in his pitching

Alex Wilson‘s struggles in Spring Training were nothing alarming, given his history of struggles. Once the season begins, he usually finds his command and takes his role. His recent difficulties raised the question whether his spring shadow followed him north, but Wilson believes he has been more a victim of tough luck in situations than bad pitching.

“I’ve been worrying,” Wilson said Saturday. “Nobody wants to start the season with what I’ve done.”

Wilson threw three scoreless innings in the Tigers’ Opening Day marathon on March 30 before giving up a three-run home run to Gregory Polanco on a 3-0 pitch in his fourth frame. His other loss came last Tuesday in Cleveland, where he gave up a go-ahead home run on a 2-0 fastball to Roberto Perez.

Wilson noted he has been playing the percentages on pitches based on hitters’ scouting reports.

“I’m doing everything I’m supposed to be doing,” Wilson said. “I’m just not getting the results. I feel like I’m doing everything right.”

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• The Tigers have re-signed Minor League catcher Kade Scivicque, their fourth-round Draft pick from 2015, whom they traded a year later to Atlanta for Erick Aybar. Scivicque, who split last season between Double-A Mississippi and Triple-A Gwinnett, was released by the Braves earlier this month. He reported to Double-A Erie to work alongside highly regarded catching prospect Jake Rogers.

• Arvicent Perez, who had been backing up Rogers at Erie, was sent to extended spring training, where he’ll get some work pitching as he explores a position change.

Jason Beck has covered the Tigers for MLB.com since 2002. Read Beck’s Blog, follow him on Twitter @beckjason and Facebook.


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DETROIT — Despite bone-chilling temperatures, the Tigers had just enough heat to outlast the Orioles on Tuesday night. Backed by a solid start from Francisco Liriano and a two-run home run from Victor Martinez on his three-hit night, Detroit wo Custom Angels Baseball Jersey n, 4-2, to take the first game in a three-game series over Baltimore.

“Good pitching night for us,” Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said. “We caught the ball pretty decent and [it was] a nice win. Been waiting a pretty good while here to get a win, so it’s a nice win.”

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DETROIT — Despite bone-chilling temperatures, the Tigers had just enough heat to outlast the Orioles on Tuesday night. Backed by a solid start from Francisco Liriano and a two-run home run from Victor Martinez on his three-hit night, Detroit won, 4-2, to take the first game in a three-game series over Baltimore.

“Good pitching night for us,” Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire said. “We caught the ball pretty decent and [it was] a nice win. Been waiting a pretty good while here to get a win, so it’s a nice win.”

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Video: BAL@DET: Gardenhire on Liriano’s start in 4-2 win

Liriano was sharp for much of the evening. Despite the cold and a pair of two-out singles in the first, he kept the Orioles’ hits limited in the first four innings, allowing only two singles in the first and a solo home run to Trey Mancini in the third. In his five innings, Liriano tallied 10 swings-and-misses against Baltimore, giving up only two runs on the night. His seven strikeouts, two of which came against Chris Davis, were a season high.

Video: BAL@DET: Martinez skies a two-run homer to left

The Tigers’ 2-1 lead would be broken briefly in the fifth inning, when Baltimore’s Adam Jones hit an RBI single to tie the game at 2. However, the inning ended when Manny Machado attempted to take third and was called out, squelching the spark that had been brewing for the Orioles. A dazzling inning-ending grab by Niko Goodrum in the fourth, combined with Liriano’s inning-ending strikeout of Danny Valencia in the first with two on, were equally important in limiting the O’s damage for the night.

With Liriano putting up a solid start, it was Martinez who gave the offense the spark it needed. The first Tigers hit of the nig Men’s Authentic Personalized Any Name Any Number Los Angeles Angels Home White Jersey ht resulted in a two-run home run for a 2-0 lead, and in the bottom of the fifth, Jeimer Candelario hit a wall-bouncing RBI triple to deep right-center field. That run pushed the Tigers ahead of the Orioles for a 3-2 lead, and a fourth run on a wild pitch in the eighth secured their fifth win of the season.

Video: BAL@DET: Candelario belts an RBI triple in the 5th

MOMENT THAT MATTERED
Goodrum saved a fourth inning that was threatening to go poorly for Detroit. With two batters on and two out, Luis Sardinas smacked a 92-mph fastball to left field, which came within feet of going out. Goodrum’s leaping snag not only prevented a run from scoring and tying the game at best, but it also ended the threat and kept the Tigers ahead.

Video: BAL@DET: Goodrum leaps at the wall for a clutch grab

“The wind was tough today,” Goodrum said. “It was going all different directions. Sometimes it looked like it slowed down, and then it would push. It wasn’t too hard tracking [the ball], it was just trying to play with the wind [to catch the flyout in the fourth inning].”

SOUND SMART
Liriano’s seven strikeouts marked his most in a game since June 14, 2017, when he pitched a seven-inning game with the Blue Jays. Toronto beat Tampa Bay, 7-6, with Liriano allowing only two runs and striking out nine.

MIGGY LEAVES GAME WITH BACK TIGHTNESS
In the ninth inning, the Tigers ann Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale ounced that Miguel Cabrera had left the game with lower back tightness. He was replaced by JaCoby Jones at first base. Cabrera was hitless in Tuesday’s game, but he drew two walks from the Orioles, both intentional.

Video: BAL@DET: Cabrera exits with back stiffness in 9th

After the game, Gardenhire said that Cabrera’s back was “just a little stiff” and he simply took Cabrera out of the game due to the cold weather for precautionary reasons.

UP NEXT
Left-hander Matthew Boyd will get the start for Detroit against the Orioles’ Kevin Gausman on Wednesday at 1:10 p.m. ET. Boyd has allowed only two runs in his past 13 innings, but he w Personalized Angels Baseball Jersey ill need to remain sharp, as he has given up six doubles and three home runs to Orioles batters from 2015-17.

Catherine Slonksnis is a contributor to MLB.com based in Detroit.


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Victor Martinez hi Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey ts first home run of 2018

DETROIT — After the rough season that Victor Martinez went through in 2017, Tuesday night was the continuation of a refreshing change. In the second inning of the Tigers’ 4-2 win over the Orioles, Martinez walloped his first home run of the season, a two-run dinger that nearly cleared the bullpens.

Tuesday not only marked the fourth multi-hit game for Martinez, but it was also his second three-hit game of the season. It was the first hit of the night, however, that provided the Tigers with the crucial run support they needed to remain in the game.

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DETROIT — After the rough season that Victor Martinez went through in 2017, Tuesday night was the continuation of a refreshing change. In the second inning of the Tigers’ 4-2 win over the Orioles, Martinez walloped his first home run of the season, a two-run dinger that nearly cleared the bullpens.

Tuesday not only marked the fourth multi-hit game for Martinez, but it was also his second three-hit game of the season. It was the first hit of the night, however, that provided the Tigers with the crucial run support they needed to remain in the game.

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“It’s great [to see him hitting well],” Buck Farmer said of his teammate. “He’s a huge part in our lineup, so him getting three knocks [is great]. Not only that, but the games before that, swinging the bat not only from the left side but from the right side, too, is great to see.”

Martinez’s home run put the Tigers up, 2-0, with Nicholas Castellanos scoring after he drew a walk to start the inning. Andrew Cashn Men’s Authentic Customized Los Angeles Angels Alternate Red Baseball Jersey Cheap er retired the Tigers 1-2-3 in the first inning, but Martinez tattooed the 91-mph fastb Personalized Angels Baseball Jersey all well enough to keep it out of the park.

The home run continues a hot streak that Martinez has been on, a sharp contrast to the conclusion of his Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale  disappointing 2017. With Tuesday’s homer, Martinez now has 10 hits in his past eight games, with three doubles and five RBIs in that stretch. He recorded a three-hit game on Tuesday, with singles in the sixth and eighth innings.

Martinez was plagued with ongoing heart problems last season, and he missed the final month of the 2017 season because of an irregular heartbeat that required a heart ablation procedure.

Catherine Slonksnis is a contributor to MLB.com based in Detroit.


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DETROIT — The Tigers homestand continues with the Baltimore Orioles in town April 17-19 and the Kansas City Royals April 20-22. Detroit is scheduled to face Baltimore at 6:40 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday before ending the series with a 1:10 p.m. finale on Thursday. The Tigers will conclude the homestand with a four-game series with the Royals, starting with a split doubleheader on Friday, April 20 with the first game set to begin at 1:10 p.m. and the second game tentatively scheduled for a 7:10 first pitch. The final two games against Kansas City will begin at 1:10 p.m. 

Secure Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale  tickets to a summer of historic celebrations that will showcase the great tradition of Detroit Tigers baseball, starting at as low as $12. Fans have the opportunity to purchase single game tickets at the Comerica Park Box Office on Witherell Street, online at tigers.com, or by calling 866-66-TIGER (84437). For complete ticket information regarding group and suite tickets, call 313-471-BALL (2255).

DETROIT — The Tigers homestand continues with the Baltimore Orioles in town April 17-19 and the Kansas City Royals April 20-22. Detroit is scheduled to face Baltimore at 6:40 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday before ending the series with a 1:10 p.m. finale on Thursday. The Tigers will conclude the homestand with a four-game series with the Royals, starting with a split doubleheader on Friday, April 20 with the first game set to begin at 1:10 p.m. and the second game tentatively scheduled for a 7:10 first pitch. The final two games against Kansas City will begin at 1:10 p.m. 

Secure tickets to a summer of historic celebrations that will showcase the great tradition of Detroit Tigers baseball, starting at as low as $12. Fans have the opportunity to purchase single game tickets at the Comerica Park Box Office on Witherell Street, online at tigers.com, or by calling 866-66-TIGER (84437). For complete ticket information regarding group and suite tickets, call 313-471-BALL (2255).

•   Leinie Summer Party Pack: For every Friday and Saturday game at Comerica Park this season, fans can purchase this party pack and receive a game ticket plus a voucher for a Leinenkugel’s draft beer for as low as $19. For more details, please visit tigers.com/leinies. 

•   Weekday Value Pack: For as little as $18 or $20 per person, fans can enjoy a Tigers weekday regular season home game with the Weekday Value Pack, which includes four-or-more upper grandstand tickets with four hot dogs, four soft drinks and four individual bags of potato chips. For complete information, please visit tigers.com/valuepack. 

•   Tigers Digital Ballpark Pass: Get a ticket to every Tigers home game from May through September for just $29.99 per month with the Tigers Digital Ballpark Pass. All tickets will be digitally delivered to your mobile device. To order your digital pass or for more information, please visit tigers.com/pass. 

•   Sunday Family Value Deal: Families can enjoy the Sunday Family Value Deal for as little as $20 per ticket for any Sunday regular season home game. For further details, please visit tigers.com/value. 

Tuesday, April 17 vs Baltimore Orioles at 6:40 p.m. Gates Open at 5:00 p.m.

•   The Detroit Tigers will be giving away Grand Slam Values Coupon Books for all fans prior to the game.

•   The national anthem will be performed by vocalist Dan Romzek. 

Wednesday, April 18 vs Baltimore Orioles at 6:40 p.m. Gates Open at 5:00 p.m.

•   The Detroit Tigers and the Make-A-Wish Foundation are joining together to host Kyle Van Houten on Wednesday night at Comerica Park. Kyle will have the opportunity to throw out the first pitch in celebration of World Wish Day on April 29. 

•   The national anthem will be performed by vocalist DeLorean Cotton.

Thursday, April 19 vs Baltimore Orioles at 1:10 p.m. Gates Open at 11:30 a.m.

•   Journalism Day: Prior to the game against the Baltimore Orioles, the Detroit Tigers will host Journalism Day, the first program in the Class Outside Series, presented by Oakland University. The Class Outside Series combines classroom curriculum with the ga Men’s Authentic Personalized Any Name Any Number Los Angeles Angels Home White Jersey me of baseball. Students will hear from various journalists who cover professional sports. These speakers are from the journalistic specializations of television, radio, print, digital a Men’s Authentic Customized Los Angeles Angels Alternate Red Baseball Jersey Cheap nd social media. The event is headlined by NBC Host and Play-by-Play Announcer Mike Tirico and features: Oakland University Coordinator of Athletic Communications Max King, The Detroit News Photographer Robin Buckson, Detroit Tigers Bilingual Media Relations Coordinator Bryan Loor-Almonte and Detroit Tigers Digital and Social Media Manager Mac Slavin. FOX 2 News Anchor Amy Andrews will be hosting the event. Tickets are still available and can be p Custom Angels Baseball Jersey urchased by visiting tigers.com/classoutside.

•   The national anthem will be performed by vocalist Marcus Shelton.

Friday, April 20 (Gm. 1) vs Kansas City Royals at 1:10 p.m. Gates Open at 11:30 a.m.

•   The national anthem will be performed by vocalist Caleb Gutierrez.

Friday, April 20 (Gm. 2) vs Kansas City Royals at 7:10 p.m. (Tentative) Gates Open at 5:30 p.m. 

•   Jack’s Place for Austim: To recognize April as Autism Awareness month, the Tigers will be supporting Jack’s Place for Austism throughout the month of April in an effort to raise awareness and support for individuals with autism and their families. The Tigers will hold a pre-game ceremony prior to the game on April 20 and will air the Jack’s Place PSA prior to all upcoming Tigers home games from April 13-30.

•   The national anthem will be performed by the DTE Singers.

Saturday, April 21 vs Kansas City Royals at 1:10 p.m. Gates Open at 11:30 a.m.

•   Girl Scout Day Ticket Package: Girl Scouts and their families can enjoy a day at the ballpark as they watch the Tigers take on the Royals. Each package includes a game ticket, a Detroit Tigers Girl Scout Day Patch and a donation to the Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan.

•   The ceremonial first pitch will be thrown by Haley Whitmore, representing Girl Scouts.

•   Jack’s Place for Austim: On April 21, Jack’s Place for Autism will have an informational table on the concourse at Gate A, so fans can receive more information about the organization and its contributions to autism awareness.

•   The national anthem will be performed by vocalist Erin Etoroma 

Sunday, April 22 vs Kansas City Royals at 1:10 p.m. Gates Open at 11:30 a.m.

•   Detroit Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard will be tossing the ceremonial first pitch.

•   Earth Day Ticket Package: Fans can support The Greening of Detroit by purchasing an Earth Day Ticket Package on April 22. Each package includes a game ticket, a Detroit Tigers Earth Day T-shirt and a donation to The Greening of Detroit, which works to enhance the quality of life for Detroiters by planting trees and repurposing the land to create beautiful and productive green spaces, helping communities rebuild their neighborhoods one lot at a time.

•   Berkley High School Ticket Package: The Tigers are hosting the Berkley High School Community and are offering a special ticket package, which includes a game ticket, a Detroit Tigers/Berkley High School hat and a donation to the Berkley High School Baseball Program. Tickets still remain for this group event and can be found at tigers.com/berkley.

•   Birmingham Groves High School Ticket Package: The Tigers continue to support local-area high schools as they host Birmingham Groves High School on April 22. Each package includes a game ticket, a Detroit Tigers/Birmingham Groves High School hat and a donation to the Birmingham Groves High School Baseball Pr Custom Angels Jersey ogram. To purchase a ticket package, please visit tigers.com/groves.

•   Chevy Youth Baseball Kids Day – Kids in attendance will have the opportunity to partake in free face painting, free rides on the Carousel and Ferris Wheel and the opportunity to celebrate with the Tigers Party Patrol at the Big Cat Court. Courtesy of Aquafina, kids will also get the chance to run the bases after the game, weather permitting.

•   The Detroit Tigers will be giving away Grand Slam Values Coupon Books for all fans prior to the game.

•   The national anthem will be performed by St. John Choir. 

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Traffic Updates: Fans can find alerts and alternative routes with the MLB.com Ballpark app. We recom¬mend tuning to WWJ 950 AM for up-to-the-minute updates on traffic alerts and closures. 


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DETROIT — The stories were flowing. A half-century after the Tigers’ 1968 World Series title, Al Kaline, Willie Horton and Jim Price had memories clear enough that it sounded like last season.

Though Monday’s news conference at Comerica Park was mainly about the 50th anniversary celebration, the real event was the gathering of Kaline, Horton and Price and the storytelling between the trio, bringing to life a season that many current fans know only from grainy highlight films or archives.

DETROIT — The stories were flowing. A half-century after the Tigers’ 1968 World Series title, Al Kaline, Willie Horton and Jim Price had memories clear enough that it sounded like last season.

Though Monday’s news conference at Comerica Park was mainly about the 50th anniversary celebration, the real event was the gathering of Kaline, Horton and Price and the storytelling between the trio, bringing to life a season that many current fans know only from grainy highlight films or archives.

There was the story about the disappointment of the previous season, falling just shy of the 1967 American League pennant in a season that ended with back-to-back doubleheaders thanks to postponements.

“When we lost that last game, we were going into the locker room, and I saw Al Kaline with tears in his eyes, Willie Horton with tears in his eyes,” Price said. “That really touched me, and the other guys that saw that, that motivated us. Great play Custom Angels Baseball Jersey ers like that, they were crying, because we lost the game. That tells you something.”

There were stories of pinch-hitter extraordinaire Gates Brown, knowing when it was his time to be ready to step into a big situation.

Video: Tigers’ 50th Anniversary of the 1968 World Series

“It amazed me what he did,” Horton said. “He usually didn’t come out toward the field until maybe about the fifth, sixth inning. He’d have a couple of hot dogs or whatever. I remember a couple times [manager] Mayo [Smith] was going to pinch-hit him earlier, and he’d kind of refuse, saying, ‘I know my job in the ninth inning.'”

They all had memories of Norm Cash having a big game after having a big night before.

“Norm was the type of guy who played hard every day, and he came to the ballpark a lot of times not feeling very well,” Kaline said, smiling. “But he was always into the game.”

Likewise, they all had stories about Denny McLain, the last 30-game winner in the Major Leagues. Price shared the story of his role in Mickey Mantle’s last home run at Tiger Stadium, and next-to- Men’s Authentic Personalized Any Name Any Number Los Angeles Angels Home White Jersey last home run in the Majors — a gopher ball from McLain after Detroit had already clinched the pennant.

“Mickey had this thing where he would put his head down and his bat on the plate,” Price said. “And he said, ‘Jimbo, how ya doin’?’ I said, ‘I’m doing great. We’re going to make you feel greater.’ He looked back, and I said, ‘We want you to hit a home run.’ I had to say it another time, and I said, ‘Look out at that big fat head,’ and [McLain] is [nodding]. And Mickey said, ‘All right, high and tight, mediocre cheese.’

“Mickey got that pitch and hit it in the upper deck, and running around the bases, McLain is clapping. I congratulated him when he crossed home plate. The next batter was Joe Pepitone, and Joe said, ‘Jimmy, how about one of those for me?'”

There was the story of Game 5 in the World Series, with the Tigers on the brink of elimination, already trailing thanks to a three-run opening inning from the Cardinals. Kalin Personalized Angels Baseball Jersey e produced the go-ahead single off Cards closer Joe Hoerner.

Video: WS1968 Gm5: Horton gets Brock at the plate

“I knew how he was going to pitch me, because he liked to throw screwballs away,” Kaline said. “A lot of people remember that hit and think it was a line drive, but it was one of those looping things over the infielders. But in my mind, it was a line drive, but I was very fortunate to put the ball in play.”

Behind all the tales was the story of a team that believed it was the best in the league after falling just shy a year earlier, and it took that challenge from Spring Training in Lakeland, Fla., into the final games of the Fall Classic in St. Louis.

Video: WS1968 Gm7: Tigers win the World Series

“We all came to the ballpark with a purpose,” Kaline said.

The trio, and other Tigers players from that championship team, will get together to reminisce and share memories with fans. The weekend celebration on Sept. 7-9 coincides with the Cardinals’ visit to Comerica Park. Team members will be honored on the field in a pregame ceremony Sept. 8, then take part in a question-and-answer session with fans on the concourse Sept. 9.

“In professional sports, after you get established, the main thing you want to be is a World [Series] champion,” Kaline said. “It’s not easy. You live together, you play together, you work together, you spend more time together than you do with your family during the season. And to have this reunion, I hope a lot of the guys are able to get back here. I will never forget 1968, because we were world champions, a Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey nd for one year, we were the best.”

Jason Beck has covered the Tigers for MLB.com since 2002. Read Beck’s Blog, follow him on Twitter @beckjason and Facebook.


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Taking your questions while waiting to see when spring will finally arrive in Michigan … 

Of the Tigers’ starting pitching prospects currently in the Minors, who do you believe will be the first to make their MLB debut?
— Jeff Fletcher (@Batting500)

Taking your questions while waiting to see when spring will finally arrive in Michigan … 

Of the Tigers’ starting pitching prospects currently in the Minors, who do you believe will be the first to make their MLB debut?
— Jeff Fletcher (@Batting500)

Beau Burrows seems to be on that path, either by the end of this season or sometime next year, given what he has done in about a half-season at Double-A Erie. Kyle Funkhouser could be in position to be pushed aggressively if he has success at Erie since he’s a little older, having just turned 24.

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This is a good opportunity to suggest checking out a game in Erie if you have the chance this year, especially once the weather warms. The SeaWolves have their best crop of prospects in a few years with Burrows, Funkhouser and catcher Jake Rogers among them, and they have more potentially on the way once Franklin Perez gets healthy and Alex Faedo pushes for a promotion from Class A Lakeland. And the folks in Erie put together a good ballpark experience.

Has Avila led on to what his timeline is to be competing for a division title again, if all goes as planned?
— Jay Neitring (@jayneitring)

Tigers general manager Al Avila hasn’t cited a specific year so much as he has noted a long time frame. The pitching prospects who are expected to form the backbone of the rebuild won’t begin arriving until next year, longer in the case of Matt Manning. From there, Avila said, they’ll likely face an adjustment period before they start to settle into the big leagues, likely a couple years. So by those expectations, you would be looking at 2021, assuming the Tigers can maintain or remake a productive lineup.

The thing is, these projects rarely go as planned. Some prospects get hurt and are delayed, as we’ve already seen with Bryan Garcia and Franklin Perez. Others have a more immediate impact, jump the Men’s Authentic Personalized Any Name Any Number Los Angeles Angels Home White Jersey  learning curve and become big contributors ahead of schedule, as we saw with Michael Fulmer a couple years ago. That, plus parallel rebuilding projects going on with the White Sox and Royals, make it difficult to put a year on these things.

Will the Tigers ever play another game in 2018?
— Peter K (@FrogTownTigers) 

The Weather Channel is down to the letter X in its alphabetical list of winter storm names (I will never look at the name Xanto the same again), so I think that means winter is almost over.

What’s the temperature back in Lakeland, Fla.?
— Muddles (@MitchMuddles)

Mid to upper-80s from Wednesday through the weekend.

Other than Johnny Barbato, the Tigers haven’t used the top spot on the waiver wire to claim anyone. Why not? No one better than the worst guys on the 40-man? No good fits?
— Dan Hogan (@DanHogan95)

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Most of the players who go on the waiver wire are out of Minor League options. For them, it’s not about being good enough for the 40-man roster, but the 25-man roster. Secondly, the Tigers made it clear that if they add a player, he either has to fit in the long-term picture or have the potential to carry trade value down the road and yield prospects in return. Still, I was admittedly a little surprised the Tigers didn’t claim anybody at the end of Spring Training, given Avila’s hints that it w Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale as a possibility. The relatively low number of waiver claims at the end of Spring Training suggests not many other teams  Custom Angels Baseball Jersey valued who was out there, either.

What are you early thoughts on Alex Wilson? It seems like his Spring Training struggles have followed him north.
— Matthew Dornbos (@matt_dornbos93)

Wilson talked about this Saturday morning before the rainout, and he said it doesn’t feel like a continuation of Spring Training as much as a bout of bad luck after a decent first week. He threw three scoreless innings on Opening Day before giving up a three-run home run in his fourth inning of work. Still, if you’re into early trends, it’s worth noting he has relied less on his fastball and more on his cutter and changeup compared to years past, according to Statcast™ and Fangraphs. That could change as the weather warms.

Jason Beck has covered the Tigers for MLB.com since 2002. Read Beck’s Blog, follow him on Twitter @beckjason and Facebook.


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DETROIT — For the second consecutive day, the Tigers and Yankees lost out to the weather. This time, an ice storm forced the postponement of their Sunday doubleheader at Comerica Park.

The games will be made up with a day-night doubleheader at Comerica Park on Monday, June 4. Game times will be 1:10 and 7:10 p.m. ET.

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DETROIT — For the second consecutive day, the Tigers and Yankees lost out to the weather. This time, an ice storm forced the postponement of their Sunday doubleheader at Comerica Park.

The games will be made up with a day-night doubleheader at Comerica Park on Monday, June 4. Game times will be 1:10 and 7:10 p.m. ET.

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The two teams also were rained out on Saturday. Since this weekend is the Yan Bart Starr Jersey Mitchell and Ness ke Bart Starr Jersey es’ only scheduled visit to the Motor City this season, the teams were hoping the weather would relent at some point on Sunday. Instead, the rain froze overnight as temperatures dipped below freezing.

Both teams were scheduled to be off on June 4, which is the first day of the MLB Draft. The Yankees will stop over in between series at Baltimore and Toronto.

Tickets from Saturday’s rainout will be valid for the first game of the June 4 doubleheader. Fans can also exchange their tickets for a similar or lesser-priced regular-season game over the ne http://www.aaronrodgersuniforms.com/Bart-Starr-Jersey xt 12 months except for Opening Day.

Tickets for Sunday’s originally scheduled game, the afternoon game, will be valid for the night game on June 4. No exchange is necessary.

This marks the fifth and sixth postponements the Tigers have suffered this season as unseasonably chilly, damp weather continues its hold on Michigan. Detroit has a day-night doubleheader scheduled for Friday against the Royals to make up a postpon Mitchell and Ness 15 Bart Starr Green Bay Packers Authentic Team Color Throwback Jersey 1969 ement from earlier this month.

The rainouts push the Tigers rotation back a few days. Francisco Liriano, who was originally scheduled to pitch Saturday, will start Tuesday’s series opener against the Orioles, followed by Matthew Boyd on Wednesday and Jordan Zimmermann on Thursday.

Jason Beck has covered the Tigers for MLB.com since 2002. Read Beck’s Blog, follow him on Twitter @beckjason and Facebook.


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The first game of today’s split doubleheader between the Tigers and Yankees at Comerica Park has been postponed due to inclement weather. The game will be rescheduled at a later date. The second game of the split doubleheader is still scheduled for tonight at 7:10 p.m. ET. Tickets from the originally scheduled game on Saturday, April 14, are valid for entry for tonight’s game.

All paid tickets from today’s first game will be valid for entry for the rescheduled game. No ticket exchange Mitchell and Ness 15 Bart Starr Green Bay Packers Authentic Team Color Throwback Jersey 1969  is necessary. Please visit tigers.com for more information.

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The first game of today’s split doubleheader between the Tigers and Yankees at Comerica Park has been postponed due to inclement weather. The game will be rescheduled at a later date. The second game of the split doubleheader is still scheduled for tonight at 7:10 p.m. ET. Tickets from the originally scheduled game on Saturday, April 14, are valid for entry for tonight’s game.

All paid tickets  Bart Starr Jersey from today’s first game will be valid for entry for the rescheduled game. No ticket exchange is necessary. Please visit tigers.com for more information.

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