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Detroit Tigers Betting Odds

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Since the late 1890s, the Detroit Tigers have been a staple of the Motor City as one of the original AL charter franchises founded in 1901. Before joining the major leagues, the Tigers originally began as a minor league in 1894 as part of the Western League. The Tigers remain the only Western League team that is still in its original city. With four World Series titles, the Tigers have had their share of highs and lows in recent years, with Detroit coming close in 2012, making it to the World Series before falling to the San Francisco Giants.

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Tigers History

The Tigers began their franchise history playing in Boulevard Park in 1894 before moving to Bennett Park in 1896, where the club would call home until 1911. The Tigers would then move into Tiger Stadium in 1912, which was first named Navin Field until 1937 and then Briggs Stadium until 1960. The Tigers then moved into Comerica Park in downtown Detroit in 2000, where they have played ever since.

Pennants

The Tigers have won four World Series titles with championships coming in 1935, 1945, 1968 and lastly in 1984, when the Detroit Tigers defeated the San Diego Padres in five games, when they were led by Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson and pitcher Jack Morris and shortstop and World Series MVP Alan Trammell. The Tigers have had some success in the years since, winning the AL Pennant in 2006 and 2012. The Tigers have won a total of 11 AL Pennants and have also won seven division titles, including four straight AL Central titles from 2011 to 2014.

Hall of Famers

One of the early Tiger legends is none other than Hall of Fame centerfielder Ty Cobb, who played with the Tigers from 1905 to 1926. During his career, Cobb set 90 major league records, including the record of combined career total runs scored and runs batted in, which still stands to this day with 4,065, the record of career batting average of .366 and the most career batting titles with 11. Cobb also served as a player-manager for the last six years of his career.

Al Kaline, also known as Mr. Tiger, played his entire 22-year career with the Detroit Tigers, mostly playing in the outfield before switching to first base late in his career. Kaline was chosen to 18 All-Star teams and won 10 Gold Gloves during his career, which also included a membership to the 3,000 Hit Club while racking up 399 home runs. Kaline also spent time after his playing career in the Tigers’ broadcast booth and has also worked in the Detroit front office.

Other Hall of Famers including Morris and Trammell, who helped lead the Tigers to their most recent World Series, pitcher Harold Newhouser, first baseman Hank Greenberg, second baseman Charlie Gehringer and outfielder Heinie Manush. In more recent history, fans have cheered on stars like former aces Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer (who have since left) and former batting triple crown champ Miguel Cabrera, who is still with the Tigers and is expected to one day join the Hall of Fame after his playing career ends.

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