Verlander leaves early in loss to Pirates
Brad Ausmus discusses Justin Verlander's brief outing against the Pirates.
Tigers' slump continues against Pirates
Brad Ausmus shares his thoughts after the 4-2 loss to Pittsburgh.
Ausmus speaks on disappointing loss to Sox
Brad Ausmus speaks on the Tiger's big loss to the White Sox.
Twins rout Tigers in doubleheader opener
TRAINER'S ROOM Tigers: Manager Brad Ausmus said utility man Don Kelly still ..... Diego. Had it not been for that, Ausmus said Kelly might have been called ..... during Friday night's 20-6 loss. Ausmus said Romine, who threw 27 pitches
Tigers split with Twins, win seven-game road trip
the lineup, but that's good," Brad Ausmus said after the game. "It was great ..... recovery in the last two games here," Ausmus said. "The good thing is that the ..... was a tough situation for them," Ausmus said. "But we got through those
Miguel Cabrera out of lineup for Tigers vs. Twins with sore ankle
shown he can play through a bit of soreness,'' manager Brad Ausmus said. Cabrera appeared to tweak the ankle when he awkwardly ..... idea of having two days off in a row should help,'' Ausmus said. Don Kelly is starting at first base for the Tigers
With Cabrera sidelined, Tigers pound Twins to gain split
weren't chasing as many pitches,'' said Tigers manager Brad Ausmus . ''We've been kind of waiting for this for a while ..... sore right ankle Saturday. With the Tigers off Monday, Ausmus thought giving the slugger two days to rest was not a
Verlander returns to mound in Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader
Tigers infielder Andrew Romine in the eighth inning. "Every team goes through a few of these games," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "It always stings a little more when you're fighting in the pennant race at the end of August." The 20 runs
McCann, Moya among those likely to join Tigers when rosters expand
a formality and then placed on the 60-day disabled list with his back injury to free up one spot. Detroit manager Brad Ausmus said there's no desire by the team to turn the "clubhouse into a sardine can," but as many as a half dozen reinforcements
infielder Andrew Romine in the eighth inning. ''Every team goes through a few of these games,'' Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. ''It always stings a little more when you're fighting in the pennant race at the end of August." The 20