8/1/2015 | Norris makes Tigers debut in finale vs. O's
On Sunday, the future arrives for the Tigers, with top pitching prospect Daniel Norris making the start against the Orioles in the finale of a four-game series. Baltimore counters with Ubaldo Jimenez, who has either been brilliant or blistered when facing the Tigers over the past few years.
8/1/2015 | Gausman slows Tigers as O's do the driving
The Orioles got a strong outing from right-hander Kevin Gausman and used home runs from Caleb Joseph and Manny Machado to record a 6-2 win over the Tigers in front of a soldout crowd at Camden Yards on Saturday night.
8/1/2015 | J.D. Martinez fouls ball off knee, day to day
Tigers right fielder J.D. Martinez left Saturday's game against the Orioles after fouling a second-inning pitch off his left knee.
8/1/2015 | V-Mart working to fix swing amid slump
Most of the Tigers were still rolling into Camden Yards as Victor Martinez stepped into the cage, taking extra batting practice early Saturday afternoon. His pitcher was manager Brad Ausmus, taking matters into his own hands.
8/1/2015 | Norris joins Tigers with eyes on playoff push
Left-hander Daniel Norris -- who was acquired from Toronto in the David Price trade -- is not looking at his Tigers debut as an audition for next year, but rather as a chance to make a difference for a club still in postseason contention.
8/1/2015 | Dombrowski embracing chance to restock farm
Dave Dombrowski recognized a challenge, embraced the opportunity and took a step in the right direction in the days leading up to Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline.
8/1/2015 | Offense churning after Deadline shakeup
The Tigers' reboot finally took a piece out of Detroit's starting lineup Friday night. It did not seem to slow down the offense.
8/1/2015 | Two-day reboot reshapes Tigers' farm system
Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski and ownership agreed on Wednesday to be sellers at this year's Trade Deadline, trading away an ace starter, closer and top positional contributor to contending clubs. In their place are a half-dozen prospects that reshape Detroit's farm system, five of them pitchers.