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Detroit tigers2

AL Central
Pennants
  • World Series titles: 1984 1968
    1945 1935
  • American League champs: 2006
    1984 1968 1945 1940 1935 1934
    1909 1908 1907
  • Division champs: 1987 1984 1972
  • Wild Card: 2006
  • All Star Game Host: 1941, 1951, 1971, 2005
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Player profile Mark Fidrych

Mark Fidrych is one of the most endearing Detroit Tigers to ever sport the old English D. 'The Bird' as he was known had so many idiosyncrasies that fans poured into Tiger Stadium to watch him pitch. Won Rookie of the Year honors in 1976 and pitched until 1980.

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Featured Team

The 1984 Detroit Tigers were the last team from the Rock City to go and win the World Series!

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Off-Season Acquisitions

The Detroit Tigers saw a number of veterans leave or retire including Kenny Rogers Ivan Rodriguez Todd Jones and Edgar Renteria. They shored up the left side of the infield moving Brandon Inge to 3rd and obtaining Gerald Laird to fill the vacant catcher position Inge leaves. Adam Everett will fill in at SS. Brandon Lyon will help the Tigers shore up their bullpen. The pitching coach has changed to Rich Knapp from the Twins' organization who will hopefully rehab 2008 busts Dontrelle Willis Justin Verlander and Nate Robertson.


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After adding some more fire-power in the off-season, the Detroit Tigers are looking to reclaim their throne atop the central division.



Team History

Retired Numbers

Owners

Managers

Awards

MVP

Rookie Of The Year

Cy Young

Triple Crown Winners

Batting Champions

Home Run Champions

RBI Champions

Franchise Records

Career Records

Single Season Records


Record Per Season

Year Record
1901 74-61 .548
1902 52-83 .385
1903 65-71 .478
1904 62-90 .408
1905 79-74 .516
1906 71-78 .477
1907 92-58 .613
1908 90-63 .588
1909 98-54 .645
1910 86-68 .558
1911 89-65 .578
1912 69-84 .451
1913 66-87 .431
1914 80-73 .523
1915 100-54 .649
1916 87-67 .565
1917 78-75 .510
1918 55-71 .437
1919 80-60 .571
1920 71-82 .464
1921 71-82 .464
1922 79-75 .513
1923 83-71 .539
1924 86-68 .558
1925 81-73 .526
1926 79-75 .513
1927 82-71 .536
1928 66-86 .442
1929 70-84 .455
1930 75-79 .487
1931 61-93 .396
1932 76-75 .503
1933 75-79 .487
1934 101-53 .656
1935 93-58 .616
1936 83-71 .539
1937 89-65 .578
1938 84-70 .545
1939 81-73 .526
1940 90-64 .584
1941 75-79 .487
1942 73-81 .474
1943 78-76 .506
1944 88-66 .571
1945 88-65 .575
1946 92-62 .597
1947 85-69 .552
1948 78-76 .506
1949 87-67 .565
1950 95-59 .617
1951 73-81 .474
1952 50-104 .325
1953 60-94 .390
1954 68-86 .442
1955 79-75 .513
1956 82-72 .532
1957 78-76 .506
1958 77-77 .500
1959 76-78 .494
1960 71-83 .461
1961 101-61 .623
1962 85-76 .528
1963 79-83 .488
1964 85-77 .525
1965 89-73 .549
1966 88-74 .543
1967 91-71 .562
1968 103-59 .636
1969 90-72 .556
1970 79-83 .488
1971 91-71 .562
1972 86-70 .551
1973 85-77 .525
1974 72-90 .444
1975 57-102 .358
1976 74-87 .460
1977 74-88 .457
1978 86-76 .531
1979 85-76 .528
1980 84-78 .519
1981 60 49 .550
1982 83 79 .512
1983 92-70 .568
1984 104-58 .642
1985 84-77 .522
1986 87-75 .537
1987 98-64 .605
1988 88-74 .543
1989 59-103 .364
1990 79-83 .488
1991 84-78 .519
1992 75-87 .463
1993 85-77 .525
1994 53-62 .461
1995 60-84 .417
1996 53-109 .327
1997 79-83 .488
1998 65-97 .401
1999 69-92 .429
2000 79-83 .488
2001 66-96 .407
2002 55-106 .342
2003 43-119 .265
2004 72-90 .444
2005 71-91 .438
2006 95-67 .586
2007 88-74 .543
2008 74-88 .457
2009

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