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2018 Detroit Tigers season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2018 Detroit Tigers
Detroit Tigers logo.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record64–98 (.395)
Divisional place3rd
Other information
Owner(s)Christopher Ilitch; Ilitch family trust
General manager(s)Al Avila
Manager(s)Ron Gardenhire
Local televisionFox Sports Detroit
(Mario Impemba, Matt Shepard, Rod Allen, Kirk Gibson)
Local radioDetroit Tigers Radio Network
(Dan Dickerson, Jim Price)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2018 Detroit Tigers season was the team's 118th season. It was the team's first year under a mostly new coaching staff led by new Manager Ron Gardenhire. It was the fourth consecutive season they missed the playoffs, finishing with the same record as the previous season, 64–98, but good for third place in the American League Central division.

It was the last season for television announcers Mario Impemba and Rod Allen, who had been together since 2003. Their contracts were not renewed due to an alleged physical altercation after the game on September 4.[1]

Uniform changes

Starting this season, the Tigers changed the classic curved Old English D logo on their home uniforms to match that of the sharp cornered hat logo, which is now larger.[2]

Roster moves

Coaching staff

  • On October 20, the Tigers announced Ron Gardenhire was named the successor to Brad Ausmus as the Tigers' manager, and signed to a three-year contract.[3]
  • On November 2, the Tigers named Chris Bosio as pitching coach, Ramón Santiago as first-base coach, Phil Clark as assistant hitting coach, Rick Anderson as bullpen coach, Steve Liddle as bench coach, and Joe Vavra as quality control coach.[4] Also on November 2, the Tigers announced Lloyd McClendon would return as hitting coach and Dave Clark would return as third-base coach.[4]
  • On June 27, 2018, the Tigers terminated pitching coach Chris Bosio's contract due to "insensitive comments that violated Club policy and his Uniform Employee Contract." Bullpen coach Rick Anderson was then promoted to pitching coach.[5]

Releases

Signings

Trades

Number retirements

Season standings

American League Central

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Cleveland Indians 91 71 0.562 49–32 42–39
Minnesota Twins 78 84 0.481 13 49–32 29–52
Detroit Tigers 64 98 0.395 27 38–43 26–55
Chicago White Sox 62 100 0.383 29 30–51 32–49
Kansas City Royals 58 104 0.358 33 32–49 26–55


American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 108 54 0.667
Houston Astros 103 59 0.636
Cleveland Indians 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
New York Yankees 100 62 0.617 +3
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599
Tampa Bay Rays 90 72 0.556 7
Seattle Mariners 89 73 0.549 8
Los Angeles Angels 80 82 0.494 17
Minnesota Twins 78 84 0.481 19
Toronto Blue Jays 73 89 0.451 24
Texas Rangers 67 95 0.414 30
Detroit Tigers 64 98 0.395 33
Chicago White Sox 62 100 0.383 35
Kansas City Royals 58 104 0.358 39
Baltimore Orioles 47 115 0.290 50


Record against opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 3–16 3–4 2–5 2–4 1–6 2–4 1–5 1–6 7–12 1–5 1–6 8–11 3–4 5–14 7–13
Boston 16–3 3–4 3–4 4–2 3–4 5–1 6–0 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 11–8 6–1 15–4 16–4
Chicago 4–3 4–3 5–14 7–12 0–7 11–8 2–5 7–12 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 4–3 2–4 6–14
Cleveland 5–2 4–3 14–5 13–6 3–4 12–7 3–3 10–9 2–5 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 3–4 12–8
Detroit 4–2 2–4 12–7 6–13 1–5 8–11 3–4 7–12 3–4 0–7 3–4 2–4 3–4 4–3 6–14
Houston 6–1 4–3 7–0 4–3 5–1 5–1 13–6 4–2 2–5 12–7 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 13–7
Kansas City 4–2 1–5 8–11 7–12 11–8 1–5 1–6 10–9 2–5 2–5 1–5 0–7 2–5 2–5 6–14
Los Angeles 5–1 0–6 5–2 3–3 4–3 6–13 6–1 4–3 1–5 10–9 8–11 1–6 13–6 4–3 10–10
Minnesota 6–1 3–4 12–7 9–10 12–7 2–4 9–10 3–4 2–5 2–5 1–5 3–4 2–4 4–2 8–12
New York 12–7 9–10 4–2 5–2 4–3 5–2 5–2 5–1 5–2 3–3 5–1 10–9 4–3 13–6 11–9
Oakland 5–1 4–2 5–2 4–2 7–0 7–12 5–2 9–10 5–2 3–3 9–10 2–5 13–6 7–0 12–8
Seattle 6–1 3–4 4–2 5–2 4–3 10–9 5–1 11–8 5–1 1–5 10–9 6–1 10–9 3–4 6–14
Tampa Bay 11–8 8–11 2–4 4–2 4–2 4–3 7–0 6–1 4–3 9–10 5–2 1–6 5–1 13–6 7–13
Texas 4–3 1–6 3–4 2–4 4–3 7–12 5–2 6–13 4–2 3–4 6–13 9–10 1–5 3–3 9–11
Toronto 14–5 4–15 4–2 4–3 3–4 2–4 5–2 3–4 2–4 6–13 0–7 4–3 6–13 3–3 13–7

Season highlights

Team accomplishments

  • On April 8, the Tigers won a game with two or fewer hits for the first time since July 11, 2004 against the Minnesota Twins.[32]
  • On May 28, the Tigers established a franchise record by hitting at least one double in 44 consecutive games, breaking the previous team record set in 1924. JaCoby Jones hit the record-breaking double in the fourth inning against the Los Angeles Angels.[33] The streak was extended to 53 consecutive games before ending on June 6 against the Boston Red Sox. This was the third-longest streak in Major League history since at least 1908.[34]
  • On July 15, the Tigers faced starter Justin Verlander for the first time since he was traded to the Houston Astros from the Tigers on August 31, 2017. Detroit won the game 6–3, while tagging Verlander for four home runs. It was only the third time in Verlander's career that he gave up four home runs in a game.[35]

Individual accomplishments

Pitching

Hitting

Defense

  • JaCoby Jones' Defensive Runs Saved rating of 24 (meaning 24 better than league average) was the best among all major league outfielders, and he finished second to Mookie Betts in Ultimate Zone Rating.[45]

Game log

2018 Game Log: 64–98 (Home: 38–43; Away: 26–55)
March/April: 11–16 (Home: 6–8; Away: 5–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
March 29 Pirates Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to March 30.
1 March 30 Pirates 10–13 (13) Brault (1–0) Wilson (0–1) 42,516 0–1 L1
March 31 Pirates Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to April 1.
2 April 1 Pirates 0–1 Williams (1–0) Fulmer (0–1) Rivero (1) 14,858 0–2 L2
3 April 1 Pirates 6–8 Kuhl (1–0) Farmer (0–1) Rivero (2) 18,438 0–3 L3
4 April 2 Royals 6–1 Liriano (1–0) Hammel (0–1) 15,476 1–3 W1
5 April 3 Royals 0–1 Junis (1–0) Boyd (0–1) Herrera (1) 15,083 1–4 L1
April 4 Royals Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to April 20.
6 April 5 @ White Sox 9–7 (10) Jiménez (1–0) Infante (0–1) Greene (1) 33,318 2–4 W1
7 April 7 @ White Sox 6–1 Fulmer (1–1) Giolito (0–1) 16,625 3–4 W2
8 April 8 @ White Sox 1–0 Fiers (1–0) López (0–1) Greene (2) 11,131 4–4 W3
9 April 9 @ Indians 0–2 Kluber (1–1) Liriano (1–1) Miller (1) 9,843 4–5 L1
10 April 10 @ Indians 1–2 Miller (1–0) Wilson (0–2) Allen (3) 10,078 4–6 L2
11 April 11 @ Indians 1–5 Carrasco (3–0) Norris (0–1) 10,872 4–7 L3
12 April 12 @ Indians 3–9 Bauer (1–1) Fulmer (1–2) 12,901 4–8 L4
13 April 13 Yankees 6–8 Montgomery (1–0) Fiers (1–1) Chapman (2) 21,363 4–9 L5
April 14 Yankees Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to April 15.
April 15 Yankees Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to June 4.
April 15 Yankees Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to June 4.
14 April 17 Orioles 4–2 Liriano (2–1) Cashner (1–2) Greene (3) 15,530 5–9 W1
15 April 18 Orioles 6–5 Greene (1–0) Araújo (1–2) 15,178 6–9 W2
16 April 19 Orioles 13–8 Zimmermann (1–0) Cobb (0–2) 15,916 7–9 W3
17 April 20 Royals 3–2 (10) Jiménez (2–0) Keller (0–1) 15,406 8–9 W4
18 April 20 Royals 2–3 Junis (3–1) Greene (1–1) Herrera (3) 17,194 8–10 L1
19 April 21 Royals 12–4 Fiers (2–1) Duffy (0–3) Saupold (1) 19,302 9–10 W1
20 April 22 Royals 5–8 McCarthy (1–0) VerHagen (0–1) Herrera (4) 19,034 9–11 L1
April 24 @ Pirates Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to April 25.
21 April 25 @ Pirates 13–10 Stumpf (1–0) Taillon (2–2) Greene (4) 9,396 10–11 W1
22 April 25 @ Pirates 3–8 Kuhl (3–1) Boyd (0–2) 9,396 10–12 L1
23 April 26 @ Pirates 0–1 Vázquez (1–0) Wilson (0–3) 12,049 10–13 L2
24 April 27 @ Orioles 0–6 Tillman (1–4) Fiers (2–2) 14,223 10–14 L3
25 April 28 @ Orioles 9–5 Liriano (3–1) Cashner (1–4) 20,896 11–14 W1
26 April 29 @ Orioles 3–5 Gausman (2–2) Norris (0–2) O'Day (2) 28,089 11–15 L1
27 April 30 Rays 2–3 Faria (2–1) Greene (1–2) Alvarado (1) 19,398 11–16 L2
May: 15–14 (Home: 11–4; Away: 4–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
28 May 1 Rays 2–1 Boyd (1–2) Archer (2–2) Greene (5) 17,255 12–16 W1
29 May 2 Rays 3–2 (12) Saupold (1–0) Andriese (0–1) 20,866 13–16 W2
30 May 3 @ Royals 6–10 McCarthy (3–0) Bell (0–1) 28,866 13–17 L1
31 May 4 @ Royals 2–4 Boyer (1–0) Stumpf (1–1) Herrera (6) 24,648 13–18 L2
32 May 5 @ Royals 3–2 Zimmermann (2–0) Hammel (0–4) Greene (6) 20,708 14–18 W1
33 May 6 @ Royals 2–4 Junis (4–2) Boyd (1–3) Herrera (7) 18,424 14–19 L1
34 May 7 @ Rangers 6–7 Leclerc (1–0) Stumpf (1–2) Kela (7) 20,057 14–20 L2
35 May 8 @ Rangers 7–4 Fiers (3–2) Minor (3–2) Greene (7) 18,634 15–20 W1
36 May 9 @ Rangers 4–5 (10) Kela (3–2) Saupold (1–1) 30,387 15–21 L1
May 11 Mariners Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to May 12.
37 May 12 Mariners 4–3 Boyd (2–3) Gonzales (3–3) Greene (8) 25,506 16–21 W1
38 May 12 Mariners 5–9 Hernández (5–3) Fulmer (1–3) 25,506 16–22 L1
39 May 13 Mariners 5–4 Greene (2–2) Nicasio (1–2) 24,718 17–22 W1
40 May 14 Indians 6–3 Fiers (4–2) Carrasco (5–2) 17,775 18–22 W2
41 May 15 Indians 9–8 Coleman (1–0) Miller (1–2) Greene (9) 20,997 19–22 W3
42 May 16 Indians 0–6 Bauer (3–3) Carpenter (0–1) 24,771 19–23 L1
43 May 17 @ Mariners 3–2 Saupold (2–1) Vincent (1–1) Greene (10) 15,169 20–23 W1
44 May 18 @ Mariners 4–5 Altavilla (3–2) Farmer (0–2) Díaz (15) 34,932 20–24 L1
45 May 19 @ Mariners 2–7 Paxton (3–1) Fiers (4–3) 35,739 20–25 L2
46 May 20 @ Mariners 2–3 (11) Vincent (2–1) Farmer (0–3) 34,252 20–26 L3
47 May 21 @ Twins 2–4 Berríos (5–4) Stumpf (1–3) Rodney (10) 17,161 20–27 L4
48 May 22 @ Twins 0–6 Lynn (2–4) Boyd (2–4) 25,559 20–28 L5
49 May 23 @ Twins 4–1 Fulmer (2–3) Gibson (1–3) Greene (11) 23,891 21–28 W1
50 May 25 White Sox 5–4 Farmer (1–3) Rondón (2–3) Greene (12) 24,648 22–28 W2
51 May 26 White Sox 4–8 Santiago (1–2) Liriano (3–2) 27,032 22–29 L1
52 May 27 White Sox 3–2 Hardy (1–0) Shields (1–5) Greene (13) 23,419 23–29 W1
53 May 28 Angels 9–3 Boyd (3–4) Skaggs (3–4) 20,857 24–29 W2
54 May 29 Angels 2–9 Tropeano (3–3) Fulmer (2–4) 17,397 24–30 L1
55 May 30 Angels 6–1 Coleman (2–0) Bedrosian (1–1) 19,494 25–30 W1
56 May 31 Angels 6–2 Saupold (3–1) Heaney (2–4) 24,696 26–30 W2
June: 10–18 (Home: 6–9; Away: 4–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
57 June 1 Blue Jays 5–2 Hardy (2-0) García (2-4) Greene (14) 22,192 27–30 W3
58 June 2 Blue Jays 7–4 Coleman (3–0) Oh (1–1) Jiménez (1) 34,674 28–30 W4
59 June 3 Blue Jays 4–8 Sanchez (3–5) Fulmer (2–5) 24,658 28–31 L1
60 June 4 Yankees 4–7 Severino (9–1) VerHagen (0–2) Chapman (14) 28,016 28–32 L2
61 June 4 Yankees 4–2 Fiers (5–3) Germán (0–4) Greene (15) 24,165 29–32 W1
62 June 5 @ Red Sox 0–6 Wright (2–0) Lewicki (0–1) 34,762 29–33 L1
63 June 6 @ Red Sox 1–7 Rodríguez (7–1) Hardy (2-1) 35,182 29–34 L2
64 June 7 @ Red Sox 7–2 Boyd (4–4) Beeks (0–1) 36,556 30–34 W1
65 June 8 Indians 1–4 Bauer (5–4) Greene (2–3) Allen (12) 21,766 30–35 L1
66 June 9 Indians 4–2 (12) Saupold (4–1) Allen (2–3) 27,038 31–35 W1
67 June 10 Indians 2–9 Kluber (10–2) Lewicki (0–2) 22,862 31–36 L1
68 June 12 Twins 4–6 Pressly (1–1) Coleman (3–1) Rodney (14) 20,340 31–37 L2
69 June 13 Twins 5–2 Jiménez (3–0) Reed (1–5) Greene (16) 19,206 32–37 W1
70 June 14 Twins 3–1 Fulmer (3–5) Lynn (4–5) Greene (17) 27,573 33–37 W2
71 June 15 @ White Sox 4–3 Farmer (2–3) Minaya (0–1) Greene (18) 22,813 34–37 W3
72 June 16 @ White Sox 7–5 Farmer (3–3) Fry (0–1) Greene (19) 23,195 35–37 W4
73 June 17 @ White Sox 3–1 Hardy (3-1) Shields (2–8) Jiménez (2) 26,746 36–37 W5
74 June 19 @ Reds 5–9 Romano (4–7) Boyd (4–5) 31,085 36–38 L1
75 June 20 @ Reds 3–5 Mahle (6–6) Fulmer (3–6) Iglesias (11) 19,177 36–39 L2
76 June 22 @ Indians 0–10 Bieber (2–0) Fiers (5–4) 30,926 36–40 L3
77 June 23 @ Indians 1–4 Bauer (7–5) Liriano (3–3) Allen (16) 34,435 36–41 L4
78 June 24 @ Indians 2–12 Plutko (4–1) Boyd (4–6) 31,208 36–42 L5
79 June 25 Athletics 4–5 Trivino (6–1) Greene (2–4) Treinen (18) 19,127 36–43 L6
80 June 26 Athletics 7–9 Buchter (2–0) Greene (2–5) Treinen (19) 22,809 36–44 L7
81 June 27 Athletics 0–3 Bassitt (1–3) Fiers (5–5) Trivino (2) 23,961 36–45 L8
82 June 28 Athletics 2–4 Manaea (8–6) Fulmer (3–7) Treinen (20) 28,866 36–46 L9
83 June 29 @ Blue Jays 2–3 Stroman (1–5) Liriano (3–4) Clippard (5) 24,068 36–47 L10
84 June 30 @ Blue Jays 3–4 Oh (4–2) Jiménez (3–1) 27,066 36–48 L11
July: 10–14 (Home: 5–6; Away: 5–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
85 July 1 @ Blue Jays 9–1 Zimmermann (3–0) Happ (10–4) 37,445 37–48 W1
86 July 2 @ Blue Jays 3–2 (10) Jiménez (4–1) Oh (4–3) Hardy (1) 29,575 38–48 W2
87 July 3 @ Cubs 3–5 Wilson (3–2) Stumpf (1–4) Strop (2) 38,424 38–49 L1
88 July 4 @ Cubs 2–5 Quintana (7–6) Liriano (3–5) Morrow (19) 40,510 38–50 L2
89 July 5 Rangers 5–7 Gallardo (3–0) Boyd (4–7) Kela (21) 21,248 38–51 L3
90 July 6 Rangers 3–1 Zimmermann (4–0) Colón (5–6) Jiménez (3) 27,316 39–51 W1
91 July 7 Rangers 7–2 Fiers (6–5) Hamels (4–8) 29,174 40–51 W2
92 July 8 Rangers 0–3 Bibens-Dirkx (2–2) Fulmer (3–8) Kela (22) 22,047 40–52 L1
93 July 9 @ Rays 9–10 (10) Andriese (2–3) Hardy (3–2) 14,229 40–53 L2
94 July 10 @ Rays 2–5 Alvarado (1–3) Boyd (4–8) Romo (10) 13,478 40–54 L3
95 July 11 @ Rays 2–4 Yarbrough (8–4) Zimmermann (4–1) Romo (11) 13,922 40–55 L4
96 July 13 @ Astros 0–3 Keuchel (7–8) Fiers (6–6) Rondón (8) 38,843 40–56 L5
97 July 14 @ Astros 1–9 Cole (10–2) Fulmer (3–9) 40,405 40–57 L6
98 July 15 @ Astros 6–3 VerHagen (1–2) Verlander (9–5) 39,455 41–57 W1
2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game
99 July 20 Red Sox 0–1 Price (11–6) Boyd (4–9) Kimbrel (31) 33,817 41–58 L1
100 July 21 Red Sox 5–0 Fiers (7–6) Johnson (1–3) 31,682 42–58 W1
101 July 22 Red Sox 1–9 Sale (11–4) Hardy (3–3) 25,012 42–59 L1
102 July 23 @ Royals 5–4 Wilson (1–3) Maurer (0–4) Greene (20) 18,370 43–59 W1
103 July 24 @ Royals 4–5 Smith (1–1) Zimmermann (4–2) Peralta (5) 29,957 43–60 L1
104 July 25 @ Royals 8–4 Boyd (5–9) Duffy (6–9) 17,382 44–60 W1
105 July 27 Indians 3–8 Allen (3–4) Jiménez (4–2) 26,962 44–61 L1
106 July 28 Indians 2–1 Hardy (4–3) Clevinger (7–7) Greene (21) 29,097 45–61 W1
107 July 29 Indians 1–8 Kluber (13–6) Zimmermann (4–3) 26,498 45–62 L1
108 July 31 Reds 2–1 Boyd (6–9) Bailey (1–8) Greene (22) 24,929 46–62 W1
August: 8–19 (Home: 6–7; Away: 2–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
109 August 1 Reds 7–4 VerHagen (2–2) Romano (6–9) Greene (23) 24,952 47–62 W2
110 August 3 @ Athletics 0–1 (13) Pagan (3–0) Farmer (3–4) 14,766 47–63 L1
111 August 4 @ Athletics 1–2 Jackson (3–2) Zimmermann (4–4) Treinen (28) 33,668 47–64 L2
112 August 5 @ Athletics 0–6 Cahill (4–2) Liriano (3–6) 19,559 47–65 L3
113 August 6 @ Angels 2–6 Tropeano (5–6) Boyd (6–10) 34,073 47–66 L4
114 August 7 @ Angels 5–11 Heaney (7–7) Turner (0–1) 35,824 47–67 L5
115 August 8 @ Angels 0–6 Barría (7–7) Hardy (4–4) 38,832 47–68 L6
116 August 10 Twins 5–3 Zimmermann (5–4) Santana (0–1) Greene (24) 24,849 48–68 W1
117 August 11 Twins 3–4 Gibson (6–9) Liriano (3–7) Hildenberger (1) 26,991 48–69 L1
118 August 12 Twins 4–2 Boyd (7–10) Stewart (0–1) Greene (25) 30,105 49–69 W1
119 August 13 White Sox 9–5 Coleman (4–1) Gómez (0–1) 20,964 50–69 W2
120 August 14 White Sox 3–6 Giolito (8–9) Hardy (4–5) Cedeño (1) 20,661 50–70 L1
121 August 15 White Sox 5–6 Rodón (4–3) Zimmermann (5–5) Avilán (2) 23,784 50–71 L2
122 August 16 @ Twins 8–15 May (1–0) Liriano (3–8) 25,108 50–72 L3
123 August 17 @ Twins 4–5 Gibson (7–9) Boyd (7–11) Rogers (1) 26,605 50–73 L4
124 August 18 @ Twins 7–5 Carpenter (1–1) Duffey (1–2) Greene (26) 31,904 51–73 W1
125 August 19 @ Twins 4–5 Hildenberger (3–3) Wilson (1–4) 27,917 51–74 L1
126 August 21 Cubs 2–1 Zimmermann (6–5) Hendricks (9–10) Greene (27) 26,638 52–74 W1
127 August 22 Cubs 2–8 Lester (14–5) Liriano (3–9) 28,286 52–75 L1
128 August 23 White Sox 7–2 Boyd (8–11) Shields (5–15) 22,247 53–75 W1
129 August 24 White Sox 3–6 Vieira (1–0) Jiménez (4–3) 23,191 53–76 L1
130 August 25 White Sox 1–6 Giolito (10–9) Carpenter (1–2) 26,183 53–77 L2
131 August 26 White Sox 2–7 Kopech (1–0) Zimmermann (6–6) Fry (3) 34,036 53–78 L3
132 August 28 @ Royals 2–6 Junis (7–12) Boyd (8–12) 16,888 53–79 L4
133 August 29 @ Royals 2–9 Duffy (8–11) Fulmer (3–10) 17,091 53–80 L5
134 August 30 @ Yankees 8–7 Wilson (2–4) Betances (4–4) Greene (28) 37,195 54–80 W1
135 August 31 @ Yankees 5–7 Britton (2–0) Jiménez (4–4) Robertson (5) 41,026 54–81 L1
September: 10–17 (Home: 4–9; Away: 6–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
136 September 1 @ Yankees 1–2 Tanaka (10–5) Norris (0–3) Betances (2) 42,816 54–82 L2
137 September 2 @ Yankees 11–7 Boyd (9–12) Lynn (8–10) 43,721 55–82 W1
138 September 3 @ White Sox 2–4 Fry (2–2) Greene (2–6) 15,540 55–83 L1
139 September 4 @ White Sox 8–3 Liriano (4–9) Giolito (10–10) 13,012 56–83 W1
140 September 5 @ White Sox 10–2 Zimmermann (7–6) Kopech (1–1) 16,036 57–83 W2
141 September 7 Cardinals 5–3 Greene (3–6) Hicks (3–4) 21,268 58–83 W3
142 September 8 Cardinals 4–3 Greene (4–6) Norris (3–5) 30,268 59–83 W4
143 September 9 Cardinals 2–5 Gant (7–5) Fulmer (3–11) Martínez (2) 22,212 59–84 L1
144 September 10 Astros 2–3 Verlander (15–9) Liriano (4–10) Osuna (16) 19,711 59–85 L2
145 September 11 Astros 4–5 Harris (4–3) Zimmermann (7–7) Osuna (17) 19,432 59–86 L3
146 September 12 Astros 4–5 Cole (14–5) Norris (0–4) Pressly (1) 22,666 59–87 L4
147 September 14 @ Indians 5–4 VerHagen (3–2) Cimber (3–7) Greene (29) 26,952 60–87 W1
148 September 15 @ Indians 0–15 Clevinger (12–8) Fulmer (3–12) 26,532 60–88 L1
149 September 16 @ Indians 6–4 Liriano (5–10) Bieber (10–4) Greene (30) 24,862 61–88 W1
150 September 17 Twins 1–6 Stewart (2–1) Zimmermann (7–8) 19,004 61–89 L1
151 September 18 Twins 3–5 Odorizzi (7–10) Norris (0–5) Hildenberger (7) 19,740 61–90 L2
152 September 19 Twins 2–8 Gonsalves (1–2) Turnbull (0–1) 19,296 61–91 L3
153 September 20 Royals 11–8 Reininger (1–0) López (2–4) 20,282 62–91 W1
154 September 21 Royals 3–4 Kennedy (3–8) Liriano (5–11) Peralta (12) 22,001 62–92 L1
155 September 22 Royals 5–4 Jiménez (5–4) Hammel (3–14) Greene (31) 24,815 63–92 W1
156 September 23 Royals 2–3 Keller (9–6) VerHagen (3–3) Peralta (13) 24,230 63–93 L1
157 September 25 @ Twins 4–2 Alcántara (1–0) Hildenberger (4–6) Greene (32) 23,849 64–93 W1
158 September 26 @ Twins 4–11 Duffey (2–2) Boyd (9–13) 21,316 64–94 L1
159 September 27 @ Twins 3–9 Gonsalves (2–2) Liriano (5–12) 22,342 64–95 L2
160 September 28 @ Brewers 5–6 Soria (2–1) Alcántara (1–1) Jeffress (14) 44,770 64–96 L3
161 September 29 @ Brewers 5–6 Soria (3–1) Stumpf (1–5) Jeffress (15) 45,520 64–97 L4
162 September 30 @ Brewers 0–11 González (10–11) Turnbull (0–2) 41,848 64–98 L5
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Tigers team member

Roster

2018 Detroit Tigers
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches


Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Toledo Mud Hens International League Doug Mientkiewicz
AA Erie SeaWolves Eastern League Andrew Graham
A-Advanced Lakeland Flying Tigers Florida State League Mike Rabelo
A West Michigan Whitecaps Midwest League Lance Parrish
A-Short Season Connecticut Tigers New York–Penn League Gerald Laird
Rookie GCL Tigers East Gulf Coast League Jesus Garces
Rookie GCL Tigers West Gulf Coast League Gary Cathcart
Rookie DSL Tigers 1 Dominican Summer League Ramon Zapata
Rookie DSL Tigers 2 Dominican Summer League Jesus Garces

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