10/4/2015 | Norris makes strong final impression
Daniel Norris battled through the 54-pitch opening inning Tuesday so that he could get to this point, finishing the season as a full-fledged member of the Tigers rotation. As he walked off the mound at U.S. Cellular Field, having blanked the White Sox for five innings for the second time in three starts, he looked like somebody who belonged in the rotation.
10/4/2015 | Ausmus expects Tigers to seek closer in offseason
Five different pitchers served as closer for the Tigers over the course of the season. Just two were still on the pitching staff in Sunday's series finale. Most likely, next season's closer isn't on the staff yet.
10/4/2015 | Verlander upbeat going into offseason
Justin Verlander didn't get a decision on Saturday, but with six quality innings and nine strikeouts, he finished out a statement he made on the mound for the past two months: Verlander is an ace once again.
10/4/2015 | Norris leads Tigers over White Sox in finale
Daniel Norris threw five scoreless innings and Tyler Collins hit an RBI triple in support as the Tigers defeated the White Sox, 6-0, on Sunday at U.S. Cellular Field in the final game of the regular season.
10/3/2015 | Miggy closes season with flourish, looks ahead
Justin Verlander didn't get an at-bat this year, but he had a pair of batting gloves hanging in his locker after his final start in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the White Sox. They had the number 24 on them, property of the soon-to-be four-time American League batting champion.
10/3/2015 | Tigers: Simon dealing with patellar tendinosis
If Alfredo Simon was pitching injured, as he said Friday night, it was news to the Tigers, team officials said Saturday.
10/3/2015 | Norris, Montas set for 2015 finale
Despite lacking postseason implications, a pair of young pitchers hope to make an impact on their respective teams in the last game of the regular season. The White Sox send Frankie Montas to the hill as they host the Tigers and Daniel Norris on Sunday afternoon.
10/3/2015 | Garcia gives White Sox walk-off win vs. Tigers
Leury Garcia hit a walk-off single and the White Sox scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth as they defeated the Tigers, 4-3, on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field. It was Garcia's second walk-off hit of his career and just his third hit this season.
10/3/2015 | Pitching through pain, Simon finishes season strong
The final turn on Alfredo Simon's roller-coaster season was an upswing, which most rides do not have at their end. His eight innings of two-run ball wasn't good enough to top Chris Sale and the White Sox, but it was good enough to remind people what Simon can do when he's on.
10/2/2015 | Wolf undecided about returning for another season
Randy Wolf endured nearly a full season riding the bus at Triple-A to get another shot in the big leagues. He didn't get a win, but he proved he could still pitch at age 39. It remains to be seen whether he wants to go through that again in 2016.
10/2/2015 | Verlander faces White Sox in final start of 2015 season
Justin Verlander gets another opportunity to pitch in October, but this time will feel a little different when the Tigers face the White Sox in the second of a three-game, season-ending series against the White Sox.
10/2/2015 | White Sox edge Tigers on Sale's record night
Chris Sale struck out seven on his way to record the books and Adam Eaton hit a two-run double to give the White Sox a 2-1 victory over the Tigers on Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Sale set the White Sox single-season record for strikeouts in a season with 270, surpassing the 108-year old mark.
10/1/2015 | Miggy on verge of 4th batting title in 5 years
One reign officially ends this weekend. Another should reach a historic level. As the Tigers' run atop the American League Central closes with their first losing season since 2008, the timing appears right to appreciate what Miguel Cabrera is on the verge of accomplishing.
10/1/2015 | Boyd ends whirlwind season with lessons learned
There are worse places for Matt Boyd to be than this. Considering where he was at this point a year ago, trying to find his place in a pitching-rich Blue Jays farm system, he'll gladly stew over three 400-foot home runs in a 6-2 Tigers loss against the Rangers on Wednesday night.