Who leads the Detroit Tigers in home runs?

Who leads the Detroit Tigers in home runs?


Player Player on team GP Games played HR Home Runs
M. Cabrera DH 57 6
R. Grossman LF 75 10
J. Rogers C 27 4
W. Castro 2B 66 6

Who has the most hits as a Detroit Tiger?

Ty Cobb

What are the stats for the Detroit Tigers?


  • Batting Average. .236. AVG. T 17TH OVERALL.
  • Home Runs. HR. 21ST OVERALL.
  • Runs. 369. R.
  • Stolen Bases. SB. 5TH OVERALL.
  • Runs Created. 360.37. RC.
  • Isolated Power. .151. ISO.
  • Wins. W. 22ND OVERALL.
  • Earned Run Average. 4.67. ERA. 24TH OVERALL.

What is the Detroit Tigers win loss record this season?

MLB Team History – Detroit Tigers Season Results

Regular Season Results
2019 47 114
2018 64 98
2017 64 98

What place are the Tigers in?


1 White Sox 54-35
2 Indians 45-42
3 Tigers 40-51
4 Twins 39-50

Are the Tigers in last place?

Not only are the Tigers no longer the worst team in baseball, they’re no longer in last place in the American League Central Division.

What font is the D in Detroit Tigers?

What’s the font used for Detroit Tigers logo? The closest font we can find for Detroit Tigers logo is Collins Old English Regular, which is a blackletter font designed by David Nalle and published by Scriptorium.

Is Detroit called the D?

Detroit has a few nicknames. We call it The D, for pretty obvious reasons. It’s also called the Motor City, because Heny Ford (*spits over shoulder*) set up Ford Motor here, in the suburbs. Chrysler and GM are also based here.

What is a PO in baseball?

Definition. A fielder is credited with a putout when he is the fielder who physically records the act of completing an out — whether it be by stepping on the base for a forceout, tagging a runner, catching a batted ball, or catching a third strike.

What is the logo for Minnesota Twins?

The team’s logo shows two men, one in a Minneapolis Millers uniform and one in a St. Paul Saints uniform, shaking hands across the Mississippi River within an outline of the state of Minnesota. The “TC” remained on the Twins’ caps until 1987, when they adopted new uniforms.

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