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3 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 5-4 Win vs the Chicago White Sox

Zero The number of runs allowed by the Tigers bullpen. Bruce Rondon and Joakim Soria threw scoreless innings. Rondon pitched a perfect inning, striking out one batter. Soria was a tad more dicey, allowing two hits while striking out one Read More

3 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 8-2 Loss vs the Cleveland Indians

Zero The number of at-bats by Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera. Miggy received a rare day off. Three The number of strikeouts by Tigers outfielder Yoenis Cespedes. With Cabrera getting the day off, everyone moved up a spot in terms Read More

3 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 7-3 Win vs the Cleveland Indians

Zero The number of walks by Tigers starter David Price. The Detroit ace fanned seven batters, allowed one run and nine hits while handing out a grand total of zero free passes. He moved to 7-2 on the season with Read More

3 Stats from the Detroit #Tigers 12-4 Win vs the New York Yankees

Rejoice! The stats are back. After a short hiatus, these kind of pieces are back to stay at Know Hitter. Here’s three stats from Detroit’s triumphant 12-4 victory against the Yankees. Three The number of home runs by J.D. Martinez. Read More

3 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 8-1 Win vs the Cleveland Indians

Five The number of strikeouts by Detroit’s hitters. Better things happen when teams strike out less. Case-in-point, Detroit struck out a dozen times in their last game versus Cleveland and lost, but this game they won by seven runs with Read More

3 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 4-0 Win vs the Cleveland Indians

44 David Price’s ERA after the game. The Detroit ace threw a complete-game shutout, limiting the Indians to seven hits while striking out eight. He threw an economical 93 total pitches. Five The number of hits by the top third Read More

3 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 4-3 Loss to the Chicago White Sox

Seven The number of innings thrown by Tigers starter Kyle Ryan. Ryan allowed only three hits, a walk and two runs (both earned) while striking out four. He gave up one home run. Two The number of holds by Tigers’ Read More

3 Stats from the #Detroit #Tigers 7-5 Loss to the #Oakland #Athletics

Eight The number of hits allowed by Tigers starter Shane Greene. The former Yankee also allowed six runs (four of which were earned) and two hits in 4.1 innings. He struck out two on 81 pitches (48 of which were Read More

4 Stats from the #Detroit #Tigers 5-3 Loss to the #Oakland #Athletics

Nine The number of strikeouts tallied by Tigers pitchers. Not a bad number, but it doesn’t look outstanding when you allow five runs. Alfredo Simon started the game and posted six strikeouts while Angel Nesbitt, Al Alburquerque and Joakim Soria Read More

Stats from the Detroit Tigers 4-2 Loss to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

151 The number of pitches seen by the Tigers, significantly more than the 124 seen by Anaheim. Despite this and going through five Angels pitchers, Detroit wasn’t able to scratch out more than two hits. Four The number of runs Read More