Position-by-position breakdown for Tigers-O's
Two of baseball's top offenses will collide when the Orioles take on the Tigers in the American League Division Series. It all starts at Camden Yards with Game 1 scheduled for Thursday on TBS.
Fire to win burning stronger than ever in Kinsler
Ian Kinsler wasn't around for previous Tigers' playoff runs, but the second baseman has become a key element of the current incarnation of the club thanks to his timely hitting and spectacular defense.
Tigers find right skipper in Ausmus
A year ago, when manager Jim Leyland made it clear he really was going to retire, Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski was uncertain enough about a potential replacement that he admitted to having an initial list of 50 candidates. Now, after a successful first-year campaign in Detroit, it appears the Tigers have the right man for the job for a long time to come in Brad Ausmus.
Coming playoff run will add to Tigers' rich history
On one hand, the Tigers are tied for the longest active streak of postseason appearances in the Major Leagues, now at four consecutive years. On the other hand, they haven't won a World Series in 30 years. That's the dichotomy of history they're fighting as they head into another run of October baseball.
After exhaling, Tigers prepare for rested O's
We probably ought to refrain from offering much in the way of predictions as the Tigers and Orioles meet in the American League Division Series, which begins on Thursday at Camden Yards.