3 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 6-0 Win vs the Chicago Cubs

  • 13

The number of hits by the Tigers as a team each Tigers hitter produced a base knock, including Josh Wilson, who is now hitting .462 since joining Detroit.

  • Six

The number of hits allowed by Tigers starter Anibal Sanchez in 7.2 innings pitched. Sanchez didn’t allow any runs and struck out seven. He walked two. Hopefully this start turns things around for the former Marlin, whose ERA sits at 5.16 on the season.

  • Two

The number of hits allowed by the Tigers bullpen. Joba Chamberlain and Alex Wilson combined to hold the Cubs scoreless and finish the shutout. Both relievers have ERAs under two this season. Chamberlain’s is 1.13 while Wilson’s is 1.86.

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Three Stats from the Detroit #Tigers 3-2 Win vs the Oakland Athletics

  • Six

The number of pitchers used by the Tigers. Wednesday was a bullpen day with Alex Wilson, Kyle Ryan, AL Alburquerque, Blaine Hardy, Joba Chamberlain and Joakim Soria all recording at least one out.

  • Three

The number of runs batted in by Tigers left fielder and former Athletic Yoenis Cespedes. The outfielder won the game for Detroit while also scoring a run and drawing a walk to go along with his three RBI and two hits.

  • Zero

The number of runs allowed by Wilson, Alburquerque, Chamberlain and Soria. Wilson lowered his ERA to 1.99 after three hitless innings while Alburquerque dropped his below four. His ERA sits at 3.93. Joba Chamberlain earned run average dropped to 1.29 while Soria’s fell to 1.27.

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5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 8-6 Win over the Cleveland Indians

  • Three

The number of runs driven in by Miguel Cabrera, who has continued his torrid start. Miggy went 3-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored to raise his average to .377. Cabrera also went deep. Additionally, Rajai Davis scored three runs on three hits.

  • Two

The number of hits driven in by Ian Kinsler. The second baseman had two hits in four plate appearances. He had an RBI, scored two runs, stole a base and drew a walk.

  • Seven

The number of innings thrown by Kyle Lobstein in a winning effort. Justin Verlander’s rotation replacement allowed six hits and three runs (all earned) in his seven innings. He only walked two and struck out four. His ERA on the season is 3.50.

  • 86

The number of pitches required by Lobstein to pitch seven innings. It was an incredibly efficient day for Lobstein, who picked up his second win of the season.

  • One

The number of runs, hits and walks allowed by Joakim Soria. This broke a stretch of six straight games in which Soria had thrown perfect innings—a stretch that lasted two weeks.

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5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 13-1 Loss to the Cleveland Indians

  • 13

The number of runs allowed by the Tigers. It matched a season high. It was also the second time in three games that the Tigers allowed 13 runs.

  • Four

The number of times Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler reached base. Kinsler went 2-for-2 with two doubles. Jose Iglesias was the only other Tiger to reach base more than once.

  • One

The number of RBIs from the Tigers. Nick Castellanos drove in the lone run. He’s hitting .259 on the year.

  • 11

The number of combined strikeouts by Anthony Gose (4), Alex Avila (3) and Miguel Cabrera and Castellanos (2 each). No other Tiger struck out more than once.

  • Eight

The number of runs allowed by Tigers starter Shane Greene. The former Yankee had only allowed two runs (one earned) all year.

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5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 5-2 Loss to the New York Yankees

  • Three

The number of hits by Tigers’ right fielder J.D. Martinez. Martinez went 3-for-4 with two runs scored in the loss. He also struck out once. His three hit day raised his average to .281.

  • Two

The number of hits by both Alex Avila and Anthony Gose. Two of the less heralded members of the Tigers lineup stepped up big time, but their efforts weren’t enough as Detroit suffered only its third loss of the season.

  • 0

The number of hits the Tigers produced when they had runners in scoring position. As a whole the team went 0-for-9. Yoenis Cespedes and J.D. Martinez were 0-for-1 while Gose and Ian Kinsler finished 0-for-2. Kinsler’s double-play partner Jose Iglesias went 0-for-3.

  • One

The number of runs allowed by Tigers starter Kyle Lobstein. The starter took the loss, but the bullpen allowed most of the damage.

  • Four

The number of runs allowed by the Tigers bullpen. Lobstein did fairly well, but the bullpen let the game get out of control. Ian Krol, Tom Gorzelanny, Al Alburquerque and Blaine Hardy combined to allow five hits, three runs (all earned) and five walks over the span of three innings. The group only managed two strikeouts, both of which were Hardy’s. Alburquerque didn’t even record an out, but surrendered two walks.

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5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 9-1 Win over the Chicago White Sox

  • 2

The number of home runs by outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, including his first career grand slam. On the day, the former Oakland slugger went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, one strikeout and…

  • 6

The number of runs driven in by Cespedes. The Cuban outfielder had a career day against the White Sox, almost single-handedly propelling the team to victory. Cespedes also has six hits in eight lifetime at bats against Chicago starter Jose Quintana. Four of those six hits have left the yard.

  • 39

Shane Greene’s ERA on the season. The former Yankee has been one of the best pitchers in the league since joining the Tigers. He allowed his first earned run of the season, raising his ERA drastically from 0.00 to 0.39. Greene has thrown at least seven innings in each of his starts.

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  • 0

The number of runs surrendered by the Tigers bullpen. Ian Krol and Angel Nesbitt struck out a batter in an inning of work each. The duo surrendered a single hit between them and didn’t walk any batters. Nesbitt has yet to allow a run this season while Krol’s ERA sits at a solid 2.70.

  • .436

Jose Iglesias’ batting average on the season. The shortstop continued his torrid start with another hit on Sunday.

Next up—the Tigers kick off a seven-game home stand with a four-game series against the Yankees on Monday.

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5 Stats to Know from the Detroit Tigers 12-3 Loss to the Chicago White Sox

  • Nine

The number of runs given up by Detroit starter Anibal Sanchez in a start to forget for him and Tigers fans. Sanchez also allowed nine hits.

  • Two

The number of home runs and walks surrendered by Sanchez. Let me say it again— a start to forget.

  • Three

The number of runs given up by Sanchez’ replacement, Blaine Hardy. Hardy gave up three runs in only 1.1 innings pitched while allowing five hits and a walk. He struck out zero. One of last season’s breakout performers, Hardy’s ERA on the season is now 12.46.

  • Zero

The number of runs allowed by the Tigers’ bullpen after Hardy’s departure. In fact, the team only allowed five baserunners the rest of the way while striking out two. Angel Nesbitt threw 1.1 scoreless innings while Tom Gorzelanny, Al Alburquerque and Joba Chamberlain all threw scoreless frames.

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  • Five

J.D. Martinez hit his fifth home run of the season in the loss. His batting average sits at .255, but no one can doubt Martinez’ power. He’s proving that last season was no fluke.

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5 Stats to Know from the Tigers 5-4 Loss to the Pirates

It had to happen at some point folks.

Here are five stats to know from the Tigers loss.

  • 3

The number of runs scored in a ninth inning rally by Detroit. Miguel Cabrera doubled in Ian Kinsler before scoring on a J.D. Martinez home run. Speaking of Martinez…

  • 1

This number has multiple significances. First off, it signifies the number of losses on the season, but it also was the number of home runs hit by J.D. Martinez in the game. Martinez has four on the season, which leads the American League and is only second to Adrian Gonzalez in the majors.

  • 5

The number of players the Tigers have (after the game) in the top 22 in the American League in terms of batting average. Miguel Cabrera leads the AL with a .517 clip while teammate Jose Iglesias isn’t far behind in second place with a .455 number. Ian Kinsler sits in sixth with a robust .414 batting average while Anthony Gose checks in at 11th with a .391 average. Yoenis Cespedes rounds out the group at 22nd with a .344 clip.

  • 0

The number of runs allowed by the Tigers bullpen. Al Alburquerque and Ian Krol combined to limit the Pirates to one hit in 1.2 innings pitched. Alburquerque struck out one of the batters he faced.

  • 4

The number of hits recorded off of Pittsburgh closer Mark Melancon in the ninth inning. the Tigers needed four runs and only got three.

6 Stats from the Detroit Tigers’ 7-1 Win over the Minnesota Twins

 

  • 1

The number of runs the Tigers allowed. Detroit surrendered a grand total of zero runs during the first two games. The only run the Twins scored was unearned.

  • 3

The number of hits by Anthony Gose. The center fielder collected three hits for the second straight game. He also scored three runs and stole a base. One of his three hits was a double.

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  • 6

The number of walks drawn by the Tigers compared to just three strikeouts. The Twins struck out five times and only drew one walk.

  • 1

The number of innings threw by Tom Gorzelanny in relief. It was the former Pirate’s Detroit debut.

  • 8

The number of innings thrown by another Tiger making his Detroit debut, Shane Greene. Greene allowed four hits, an unearned run and a walk while striking out five.

  • 0.00

The Tigers pitchers’ collective ERA for the season following the game.

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