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Second- and third-stringers eye ’16 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Brad Ausmus
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus quickly apologized for making a sarcastic remark after Detroit's latest loss when he told reporters that he beats his wife when his team isn't playing well.
The Detroit Tigers and reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer are in a bit of a slump.
Drew Smyly is probably thrilled the month of May is finally over.
Anibal Sanchez did everything but finish the game.
Two of the American League's top teams have struggling closers who are accustomed to being among the best in baseball.
Jim Johnson is perplexed by his struggles when he believes he is throwing good pitches.
Pinch-runner Rajai Davis's decision to steal third base just as Oakland catcher Derek Norris was throwing the ball back to the pitcher caught most everyone by surprise - including several of his Detroit teammates.
Drew Smyly got a little bewildered when the Oakland Athletics turned every mistake he made into a home run.
No one would blame the Detroit Tigers for being happy to go home.
Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera and manager Brad Ausmus have been ejected in the sixth inning by plate umpire Tim Timmons for arguing balls and strikes.
Justin Verlander rarely looks like a five-time All-Star, former Cy Young winner and AL MVP when he takes the mound at Progressive Field.
The Detroit Tigers walked sleepily into Progressive Field just a few hours before the game wearing pajama-like outfits. By the end of a long day, they were beaten and ready for bed.
Miguel Cabrera was sitting at his locker when a slight smile appeared as he was asked about how well the Detroit Tigers have started this season.
Max Scherzer is hard to faze.
A reversed call got the uprising started. Then came a walk after the Detroit Tigers were down to their last strike.
Ausmus, clearly trying to joke, said: "I beat my wife."
After a brief pause, he said: "I'm just kidding around. No, luckily my wife and kids are fantastic. I do get a little mopey at home, but my wife and kids are good."