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Topic - Brad Ausmus
Torii Hunter has done a lot of things and put up some big numbers in his 18-season career. Sacrifice bunts, though, aren't exactly his specialty.
The Detroit Tigers left town after losing two of three games to the San Diego Padres, with each defeat coming against a power pitcher.
Brad Ausmus returned to Dodger Stadium for the first time as a major league manager and found the place no different than during his final season as a player. The home team is still getting clutch hits and pulling out dramatic wins.
The Detroit Tigers kept their clubhouse closed longer than usual Tuesday before the opener of a two-game interleague series with the Los Angeles Dodgers to deal internally with the sexual assault complaint against reliever Evan Reed.
Brad Ausmus seems to be really smart, as one would expect a Dartmouth graduate to be.
Miguel Cabrera reached another milestone in powerful fashion: a four-hit day highlighted by a home run for his 2,000th hit.
Brad Ausmus is hoping he'll have a chance to use every position player on his roster before too long - no sense letting backups become rusty at the beginning of the season.
With the Detroit Tigers in a jam after a close play at first base, Brad Ausmus calmly made his way onto the field.
On a day of dandy Detroit debuts, Alex Gonzalez helped Brad Ausmus start his tenure as Tigers manager with a win.
Brad Ausmus expects to approach his managerial debut with the same relaxed attitude he showed throughout spring training.
Miguel Cabrera had a single in three at-bats soon after the announcement of his $292 million, 10-year contract as the Detroit Tigers topped the Tampa Bay Rays 6-3 Friday in the final Grapefruit League game for both teams.
When Justin Verlander takes the mound for Detroit on opening day, maybe then the Tigers will be able to enjoy a much-needed sense of normalcy.
The spring training game between the Detroit Tigers and Pittsburgh Pirates was rained out Monday.
Joe Nathan allowed four runs while only getting one out in the ninth inning as the Miami Marlins rallied for an 8-4 win over the Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
Detroit shortstop Jose Iglesias says he has stress fractures in both legs and isn't sure when he'll be able to play again, leaving the Tigers two weeks to fill his spot for opening day and perhaps a lot longer.
"I'm not sure I would have wanted him to go home," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "But it worked out for us today, and I've said this on a number of occasions when baserunning mistakes have cost us a baserunner: I'd rather they err on the side of being aggressive."
"I can't say enough about how important that start was - not only for us as a team, but just for the bullpen," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "We had a bunch of guys out there who really could use a day off."