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Topic - Justin Verlander
Drew Smyly pitched three scoreless innings and struck out three in the Detroit Tigers' 3-2 loss to the New York Mets on Saturday.
Justin Verlander's first spring start was washed out by rain, so the Detroit ace threw in the batting cage - and made up his own pitching line afterward.
Max Scherzer struck out three in three impressive innings, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Houston Astros 3-0 on Wednesday.
Miguel Cabrera had already been in camp for a few days when he really caught the eye of new Tigers manager Brad Ausmus.
Jordan Zimmermann says he doesn't want to be MLB's highest-paid pitcher, but "I just want to be paid what I'm worth."
Sonny Gray was a non-roster invitee to the Oakland Athletics spring training camp last year, overshadowed by older and more proven players.
Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander threw 41 pitches in his first official bullpen session of spring training.
Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander says he threw about 20 pitches off a mound on Monday.
Doug Fister has been a part of some star-studded rotation, but the right-hander thinks the Nationals' starting five could top them all.
The Detroit Tigers enter spring training with a level of optimism befitting their three straight AL Central titles.
HardballTalk.com has Stephen Strasburg and Gio Gonzalez rated as the fourth best one-two rotation punch in baseball. Too high? Too low?
Max Scherzer was ready for all the questions - and he doesn't seem to mind that his contract status is such a big topic as spring training approaches.
Come Sunday, NFL fans might see coaches Bill Belichick or Jim Harbaugh hollering at the referee and throwing a red flag on the field to challenge a call.
Max Scherzer agreed to a one-year contract that leaves his future with the Detroit Tigers as uncertain as ever.
Even Clayton Kershaw has trouble contemplating the enormity of a $215 million, seven-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers that makes him baseball's richest pitcher.
"You still get the work in," Verlander said. "I tried to take it like a game. The only thing I didn't do was long toss. I went through my pregame routine without any batters in there, did everything I normally do, and then had guys step in. So I tried to simulate as much as possible. ... I did the national anthem and everything."
He says he'd like his mechanics to be closer to what they looked like in 2012 - even last year's postseason isn't what he's hoping for.