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  • Iglesias Hopes To Play Tonight VS Sox

    Tigers’ shortstop Jose Iglesias is optimistic he'll be able to play in tonight's series opener against the White Sox. Iglesias is day-to-day after leaving Sunday's game against the Royals with tightness in his left groin. He said he initially tweaked his groin in the ninth inning of Saturday's game while chasing a ball down the third-base line. In 79 at bats this season, Iglesias is hitting .354 with one home run, three RBI and five stolen bases. He missed the entire 2014 season because of stress fractures. Read More
  • Tigers & White Sox Later Tonight

    Division rivals will square off tonight when the Tigers visit the White Sox. Shane Greene will head to the mound for Detroit, while Chicago counters with Jeff Samardzija. Greene has given up 15 runs over 8 1/3 innings in his last two starts. Samardzija has made one career start against the Tigers, allowing one run over eight innings at Detroit on April 17. Tigers’ shortstop Jose Iglesias said he expects to play after leaving Sunday's game with left groin tightness. Detroit is a half-game ahead of Kansas City for first place in the AL Central. The Royals will play the Indians later tonight. Read More
  • Verlander MRI Exam This Week

    Justin Verlander is scheduled to have a third MRI exam this week in Chicago. The Tigers have not offered a timetable as to when they expect Verlander to return. Verlander suffered a right triceps strain on March 27. The 32-year-old is in the first year of a five-year extension signed prior to the 2013 season. He is due $28 million this season. Verlander feels he is on the back end of the injury and moving in the right direction. Read More
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  • Hawk Harrelson: AL Central Is Best Division In Baseball

    The Diesel has Hawk Harrelson, former MLBer and current TV announcer for the Chicago White Sox, on to talk about the upcoming series between the Detroit Tigers and the Sox. Harrelson doesn't see Chicago's slow start as anything but a test of character for the team. He also tells Matt that his favorite for the division is Kansas City over Detroit, because of their stellar defense and bullpen. Matt also gets the origin story of "You gotta be bleepin' me!" Read More
  • The Diesel Says Fans Should Get Their Money Back

    This past weekend was one of the biggest sports weekends in a very long time, mostly because of the fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Manny Pacquiao. After Mayweather took the bout in a unanimous decision, Pacquiao came out and said that he fought with a torn rotator cuff, which will require 9-12 months recovery. Matt is angry that the "Fight of the Century" involved an injured boxer, and believes that fans should be angry, and demand their money back. Were viewers cheated out of a different fight? La'el Collins is also in the mix, and fans add in their opinion. Read More
  • The Diesel Has The Solution To Lions Problems

    Matt thought that the Lions had a pretty good draft: they addressed needs, traded around some picks, and got some solid players. But there's 1 player that went completely undrafted, and The Diesel thinks that he's the answer to the Lions problems on the offensive line. La'el Collins, LT from LSU answered questions from police about the murder of a former girlfriend, but has not been identified as a suspect. He even has an "airtight" alibi. Matt says there's no reason the Lions aren't going after him. Is he worth the risk for the Lions to sign? Read More
  • ESPN SportsCenter Anchor Robert Flores Is On With The Diesel

    ESPN SportsCenter Anchor Robert Flores is on with The Diesel. Matt thinks Flores and Stephen A. Smith had the fight of the weekend. Despite his undefeated record, Flores doesn't think it's even close that Mayweather is the best fighter ever. Read More