Tigers Today: August 4, 2010

GrubbSteaks.jpgTigers’ Record:

53-53, 3rd place; 7 GB Chicago

Today’s Game

Tigers vs. White Sox | 7:05 p.m. ET – Comerica Park | On the air: ESPN, FSD/AM 1270 and 97.1 FM

Pitching Matchup

Armando Galarraga (3-3) vs. Edwin Jackson (0-0)

Yesterday’s Results

Game 1: White Sox 12 – Tigers 2

Game 2: Tigers 7 – White Sox 1

Tigers History Lesson

Today’s Birthdays

On this Date in Tigers History

  • 2006 — Former Tigers pitcher Elden Auker passed away at age 96.

  • 1998 — The Orioles’ Mike Mussina carries a no-hitter into the eighth before allowing a double to Frank Catalanotto. Meanwhile, Ernie Harwell is celebrating his golden anniversary, starting as an announcer for the Brooklyn Dodgers on this date in 1948 (see below).

  • 1996 — Former Tigers and Phillies right hander Jim Bunning is inducted into baseball’s Hall of Fame, along with Earl Weaver, Bill Foster and Ned Hanlon.

  • 1967 — Tigers owner John Fetzer, president of the MLB’s television committee, announces a $50 million, three-year deal with NBC to televise the World Series, All-Star Game, and 28 weekly telecasts.

  • 1948Ernie Harwell begins as an announcer for the Brooklyn Dodgers calling a 5-4 win over the Cubs. The Dodgers had to trade a player, Cliff Dapper, to the Atlanta Crackers to acquire Harwell.

  • 1930 — At Detroit, Charlie Gehringer hits a homer to center field with the bases loaded in the 12th inning to give the Tigers a 7-3 win over Chicago. It is Gehringer’s fourth hit and second homer as he drives in six runs, and Gehringer’s second 12th-inning homer in a month: he hit one against Cleveland on July 4.

Published by

Mike McClary

Upbeat guy.

One thought on “Tigers Today: August 4, 2010”

  1. When I was a boy, I was taught to hold the bat so the trademark was on top. A lot of bats are broken every game. Why don’t the players hold it as I was taught?


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