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Topic - Joe Nathan
Ian Kinsler's first few weeks with Detroit have been just what the Tigers were hoping for.
Danny Salazar walked the leadoff man in the fifth inning - then let that small mistake turn into a much bigger problem.
Victor Martinez hit a leadoff home run in the 10th inning, his second clutch hit against Los Angeles closer Kenley Jansen in two games, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Dodgers 7-6 Wednesday night after Joe Nathan blew a three-run lead in the ninth.
Bud Norris vs. Rick Porcello was no contest - and not even a gallant ninth-inning rally could help the Baltimore Orioles overcome their starting pitcher's tough day.
Torii Hunter and the Detroit Tigers are baseball's only undefeated team.
With the Detroit Tigers in a jam after a close play at first base, Brad Ausmus calmly made his way onto the field.
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.
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 newcomers Joe Nathan and Joba Chamberlain each pitched a scoreless inning to help the Tigers beat the Atlanta Braves 5-2 on Thursday.
Last year, the Detroit Tigers never fully settled on a closer. With the arrival of Joe Nathan, that shouldn't be a problem this season.
Miguel Cabrera returns, but Prince Fielder and Doug Fister are gone. Can the big changes help get Detroit over its October hump at last?
When the Detroit Tigers introduced new closer Joe Nathan this week, the news conference quickly became about a lot more than Joe Nathan.
Joe Nathan expects to fit in just fine in Detroit _ and now the Tigers don't have to face the closer who has dominated them more than perhaps any other in baseball.
The Detroit Tigers agreed to terms with free agent reliever Joe Nathan on a two-year contract with a club option for 2016 on Wednesday, accomplishing one of their main objectives this offseason by adding one of baseball's most accomplished closers to the bullpen.
The Texas Rangers said Monday they had spoken with two teammates who were with Tanner Scheppers and have a "full understanding" of what happened when the reliever was involved in a physical altercation in Cleveland.
"I think as we go along here, we'll start to learn when guys are going to go in the game and when their role is going to be called upon," Nathan said. "That'll help with preparation and getting yourself mentally ready to go in."
Nathan, who said earlier in the day that he was experiencing a "dead arm," was trying to protect a 6-3 lead for Anabel Sanchez.