Game 7: Tigers (2-4) @ White Sox (3-3)

Offday begone!

Tigers

1. Leonys Martín (L) CF
2. Jeimer Candelario (S) 3B
3. Miguel Cabrera (R) 1B
4. Nicholas Castellanos (R) RF
5. Víctor Martínez (S) DH
6. James McCann (R) C
7. JaCoby Jones (R) LF
8. José Iglesias (R) SS
9. Dixon Machado (R) 2B

Michael Fulmer (R) SP

White Sox

1. Yoán Moncada (S) 2B
2. Avisaíl García (R) RF
3. José Abreu (R) 1B
4. Matt Davidson (R) DH
5. Nicky Delmonico (L) LF
6. Welington Castillo (R) C
7. Tim Anderson (R) SS
8. Yolmer Sánchez (S) 3B
9. Adam Engel (R) CF

Lucas Giolito (R) SP

Game 6, finally… maybe: Tigers (1-4) @ White Sox (3-2)

There have been so many instances of inclement weather that I’ve lost track of what game this even is.

Tigers

1. Leonys Martín (L) CF
2. Jeimer Candelario (S) 3B
3. Miguel Cabrera (R) 1B
4. Nicholas Castellanos (R) RF
5. Víctor Martínez (S) DH
6. James McCann (R) C
7. Mikie Mahtook (R) LF
8. José Iglesias (R) SS
9. Dixon Machado (R) 2B

Jordan Zimmermann (R) SP

White Sox

1. Yoán Moncada (S) 2B
2. Avisaíl García (R) RF
3. José Abreu (R) 1B
4. Matt Davidson (R) DH
5. Yolmer Sánchez (S) 3B
6. Leury García (S) LF
7. Tim Anderson (R) SS
8. Omar Narváez (L) C
9. Adam Engel (R) CF

James Shields (R) SP

You might have missed it earlier, but the Tigers are putting Daniel Norris in the bullpen, temporarily, before likely demoting him to Toledo to start. What do you think about that?

Game 5: Royals (0-3) @ Tigers (1-3)

The Tigers look to grab the second game of the series vs. Kansas City today! If the rain cooperates, that is.

Royals

1. Jon Jay (L) DH
2. Whit Merrifield (R) 2B
3. Mike Moustakas (L) 3B
4. Cheslor Cuthbert (R) 1B
5. Paulo Orlando (R) CF
6. Jorge Soler (R) RF
7. Alex Gordon (L) LF
8. Alcides Escobar (R) SS
9. Cam Gallagher (R) C

Jakob Junis (R) SP

Tigers

1. Leonys Martin (L) CF
2. Jeimer Candelario (S) 3B
3. Miguel Cabrera (R) 1B
4. Nicholas Castellanos (R) RF
5. Victor Martinez (S) DH
6. James McCann (R) C
7. Mikie Mahtook (R) LF
8. Jose Iglesias (R) SS
9. Dixon Machado (R) 2B

Matthew Boyd (L) SP

ICYMI: Ace

The ace was suspicious on this day, and rightfully so. (Photo by yours truly)

If you’ve moved on to the “acceptance” stage in the Five Stages of Verlander Trade Grief, you might be interested in heading on over to Hardball Times to read one of your bloggers’ takes on some memorable but perhaps overlooked moments in Verlander’s storied career.

Read it: here