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2019 Detroit Tigers season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2019 Detroit Tigers
Detroit Tigers logo.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record47–114 (.292)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Christopher Ilitch; Ilitch family trust
General manager(s)Al Avila
Manager(s)Ron Gardenhire
Local televisionFox Sports Detroit
(Matt Shepard, Kirk Gibson, Jack Morris)
Local radioDetroit Tigers Radio Network
(Dan Dickerson, Jim Price)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2019 Detroit Tigers season was the team's 119th season. This was the team's second year under manager Ron Gardenhire. They finished the season 47-114, their worst since 2003 when they went 43-119.[1] It was their first 100-loss season for the team since said season. It was also the second straight season where any team finished with fewer than 50 wins, after the 2018 Orioles who, coincidentally, also finished with 47 wins. The Tigers only played 161 games in 2019 due to a late-season rainout in Chicago which was not made up due to both teams missing the playoffs.[2]

After the Tigers won 7 of their first 10 games, the team lost 111 of the next 151 games. The stretch included eight different losing streaks of 5+ games, including a season-long nine-game losing streak from May 13–23. They were officially eliminated from playoff contention on August 24.[3]

On September 25, the Tigers secured the first overall pick in the 2020 Major League Baseball draft.[4] With a loss in their final home game to the Minnesota Twins on September 26, the Tigers tied the 1939 St. Louis Browns for the most home losses (59) during a season in the modern era.[5]

Announcer changes

Beginning this season, Fox Sports Detroit television announcers Mario Impemba and Rod Allen, who had been together since 2003, no longer were in the broadcast booth. Their contracts were not renewed due to an alleged physical altercation that occurred after the game on September 4, 2018.[6] On January 14, 2019, veteran sportscaster Matt Shepard was named play-by-play man, former Tigers teammates Kirk Gibson and Jack Morris were named color commentators, and Dan Petry was hired as a second studio analyst.[7] Gibson was also named special assistant to the general manager on January 28.[8] Shepard sat out 17 games, with Morris, Gibson, Petry and field reporter/studio analyst and former Tiger Craig Monroe sharing his duties instead.[9]

Roster moves

Releases

Signings

Trades

Season standings

American League Central

AL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Minnesota Twins 101 61 0.623 46–35 55–26
Cleveland Indians 93 69 0.574 8 49–32 44–37
Chicago White Sox 72 89 0.447 28½ 39–41 33–48
Kansas City Royals 59 103 0.364 42 31–50 28–53
Detroit Tigers 47 114 0.292 53½ 22–59 25–55


American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Houston Astros 107 55 0.660
New York Yankees 103 59 0.636
Minnesota Twins 101 61 0.623


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599 +1
Tampa Bay Rays 96 66 0.593
Cleveland Indians 93 69 0.574 3
Boston Red Sox 84 78 0.519 12
Texas Rangers 78 84 0.481 18
Chicago White Sox 72 89 0.447 23½
Los Angeles Angels 72 90 0.444 24
Seattle Mariners 68 94 0.420 28
Toronto Blue Jays 67 95 0.414 29
Kansas City Royals 59 103 0.364 37
Baltimore Orioles 54 108 0.333 42
Detroit Tigers 47 114 0.292 48½


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 7–12 3–3 3–4 3–4 2–4 3–3 4–3 0–6 2–17 1–6 3–4 7–12 1–6 8–11 7–13
Boston 12–7 5–2 3–3 5–2 2–4 5–1 4–3 3–3 5–14 4–3 4–3 7–12 4–3 11–8 10–10
Chicago 3–3 2–5 11–8 12–6 4–3 9–10 2–5 6–13 4–3 1–5 2–4 2–4 4–3 4–3 6–14
Cleveland 4–3 3–3 8–11 18–1 3–4 12–7 6–0 10–9 4–3 1–5 5–1 1–6 4–3 6–1 8–12
Detroit 4–3 2–5 6–12 1–18 1–6 10–9 3–3 5–14 3–3 1–6 1–6 2–4 0–6 3–4 5–15
Houston 4–2 4–2 3–4 4–3 6–1 5–1 14–5 3–4 4–3 11–8 18–1 3–4 13–6 4–2 11–9
Kansas City 3–3 1–5 10–9 7–12 9–10 1–5 2–4 5–14 2–5 2–5 2–5 3–4 2–5 1–6 9–11
Los Angeles 3–4 3–4 5–2 0–6 3–3 5–14 4–2 1–5 2–5 6–13 10–9 3–4 9–10 6–1 12–8
Minnesota 6–0 3–3 13–6 9–10 14–5 4–3 14–5 5–1 2–4 3–4 5–2 5–2 6–1 4–3 8–12
New York 17–2 14–5 3–4 3–4 3–3 3–4 5–2 5–2 4–2 2–4 6–1 12–7 3–3 11–8 12–8
Oakland 6–1 3–4 5–1 5–1 6–1 8–11 5–2 13–6 4–3 4–2 10–9 4–3 13–6 0–6 11–9
Seattle 4–3 3–4 4–2 1–5 6–1 1–18 5–2 9–10 2–5 1–6 9–10 2–4 8–11 4–2 9–11
Tampa Bay 12–7 12–7 4–2 6–1 4–2 4–3 4–3 4–3 2–5 7–12 3–4 4–2 3–3 13–6 14–6
Texas 6–1 3–4 3–4 3–4 6–0 6–13 5–2 10–9 1–6 3–3 6–13 11–8 3–3 3–3 9–11
Toronto 11–8 8–11 3–4 1–6 4–3 2–4 6–1 1–6 3–4 8–11 6–0 2–4 6–13 3–3 3–17

Season highlights

Team accomplishments

  • On April 3, the Tigers became the third team since 1900 to win at least four of its first seven games when scoring a combined 12-or-fewer runs, joining the 1913 Philadelphia Phillies and the 1971 New York Mets.[54]
  • On April 4 against the Kansas City Royals, the Tigers won the game while recording more walks (7) than hits (6). The Tigers scored twice in the seventh inning without recording one hit, as they drew four consecutive walks, followed by a sacrifice fly.[55]
  • On August 21 against the Houston Astros, the Tigers closed as +435 underdogs at Caesars Sportsbook, making their 2–1 victory over the Astros the largest upset in MLB in the past 15 seasons. In a statistical oddity, opposing pitcher Justin Verlander never threw a pitch with a runner on base, as the Tigers' only two hits were solo home runs.[56][57]

Individual accomplishments

Pitching

Hitting

Game log

2019 Game Log: 47–114 (Home: 22–59; Away: 25–55)
March/April: 13–14 (Home: 6–5; Away: 7–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 March 28 @ Blue Jays 2–0 (10) Alcántara (1–0) Hudson (0–1) Greene (1) 45,048 1–0 W1
2 March 29 @ Blue Jays 0–6 Shoemaker (1–0) Boyd (0–1) 18,054 1–1 L1
3 March 30 @ Blue Jays 0–3 Sanchez (1–0) Turnbull (0–1) Giles (1) 25,429 1–2 L2
4 March 31 @ Blue Jays 4–3 (11) Stumpf (1–0) Pannone (0–1) Greene (2) 16,098 2–2 W1
5 April 1 @ Yankees 1–3 Germán (1–0) Ross (0–1) Chapman (1) 32,036 2–3 L1
6 April 2 @ Yankees 3–1 Jiménez (1–0) Chapman (0–1) Greene (3) 32,018 3–3 W1
7 April 3 @ Yankees 2–1 Farmer (1–0) Green (0–1) Greene (4) 33,038 4–3 W2
8 April 4 Royals 5–4 Hardy (1–0) Zimmer (0–1) Greene (5) 42,641 5–3 W3
9 April 6 Royals 7–4 Alcántara (2–0) McCarthy (0–1) Greene (6) 22,111 6–3 W4
10 April 7 Royals 3–1 Ross (1–1) Keller (1–1) Greene (7) 15,058 7–3 W5
11 April 9 Indians 2–8 Kluber (1–2) Zimmermann (0–1) 12,114 7–4 L1
12 April 10 Indians 4–1 Boyd (1–1) Bauer (1–1) Greene (8) 11,128 8–4 W1
13 April 11 Indians 0–4 Bieber (1–0) Turnbull (0–2) 13,910 8–5 L1
April 12 @ Twins Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to May 11.
14 April 13 @ Twins 3–4 Pineda (2–0) Ross (1–2) Parker (3) 16,484 8–6 L2
15 April 14 @ Twins 4–6 Berríos (2–1) Zimmermann (0–2) Hildenberger (1) 14,774 8–7 L3
16 April 16 Pirates 3–5 (10) Kela (1–0) Greene (0–1) Kingham (1) 13,251 8–8 L4
17 April 17 Pirates 2–3 (10) Burdi (2–1) Farmer (1–1) Vázquez (5) 12,994 8–9 L5
18 April 18 White Sox 9–7 VerHagen (1–0) Fulmer (0–1) Greene (9) 14,320 9–9 W1
19 April 19 White Sox 3–7 Rodón (3–2) Zimmermann (0–3) 14,568 9–10 L1
April 20 White Sox Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to August 6.
20 April 21 White Sox 4–3 Norris (1–0) López (1–3) Greene (10) 15,686 10–10 W1
April 22 @ Red Sox Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to April 23.
21 April 23 @ Red Sox 7–4 Boyd (2–1) Brewer (0–2) 30,015 11–10 W2
22 April 23 @ Red Sox 4–2 Turnbull (1–2) Velázquez (0–2) Greene (11) 30,578 12–10 W3
23 April 24 @ Red Sox 4–11 Rodríguez (2–2) Ross (1–3) 31,763 12–11 L1
24 April 25 @ Red Sox 3–7 Porcello (1–3) Zimmermann (0–4) 34,165 12–12 L2
25 April 26 @ White Sox 11–12 Colomé (1–0) Jiménez (1–1) 18,016 12–13 L3
April 27 @ White Sox Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to July 3.
26 April 28 @ White Sox 1–4 López (2–3) Boyd (2–2) Colomé (5) 14,539 12–14 L4
27 April 30 @ Phillies 3–1 Turnbull (2–2) Velasquez (1–1) Greene (12) 31,759 13–14 W1
May: 9–18 (Home: 3–12; Away: 6–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
28 May 1 @ Phillies 3–7 Domínguez (2–0) Farmer (1–2) 28,103 13–15 L1
29 May 3 Royals 4–3 Boyd (3–2) López (0–3) Greene (13) 14,020 14–15 W1
30 May 4 Royals 3–15 Bailey (3–3) Ross (1–4) 19,500 14–16 L1
31 May 5 Royals 5–2 (10) Farmer (2–2) Kennedy (0–1) 16,369 15–16 W1
32 May 7 Angels 2–5 Canning (1–0) Norris (1–1) Robles (3) 14,169 15–17 L1
33 May 8 Angels 10–3 Boyd (4–2) Skaggs (3–3) 13,224 16–17 W1
34 May 9 Angels 0–13 Peña (2–1) Carpenter (0–1) 16,404 16–18 L1
35 May 10 @ Twins 0–6 Odorizzi (5–2) Ross (1–5) 26,789 16–19 L2
36 May 11 @ Twins 5–3 Jiménez (2–1) Hildenberger (2–2) Greene (14) 28,840 17–19 W1
37 May 11 @ Twins 3–8 Stewart (1–1) Soto (0–1) 20,724 17–20 L1
38 May 12 @ Twins 5–3 Norris (2–1) Pérez (5–1) Greene (15) 27,373 18–20 W1
39 May 13 Astros 1–8 Peacock (4–2) Boyd (4–3) 15,086 18–21 L1
40 May 14 Astros 4–11 Miley (4–2) Carpenter (0–2) 14,261 18–22 L2
41 May 15 Astros 1–5 Verlander (7–1) Soto (0–2) 15,940 18–23 L3
42 May 16 Athletics 3–17 Bassitt (2–1) Turnbull (2–3) 18,527 18–24 L4
43 May 17 Athletics 2–7 Montas (5–2) Norris (2–2) 18,746 18–25 L5
44 May 18 Athletics 1–4 Mengden (1–1) Boyd (4–4) Treinen (7) 22,913 18–26 L6
May 19 Athletics Suspended (inclement weather). Continuation scheduled for September 6 in Oakland.[a]
45 May 21 Marlins 4–5 (11) Anderson (1–1) Jiménez (2–2) 15,565 18–27 L7
46 May 22 Marlins 3–6 Ureña (2–6) Farmer (2–3) Romo (8) 14,506 18–28 L8
47 May 23 Marlins 2–5 Kinley (1–0) Greene (0–2) Romo (9) 17,214 18–29 L9
48 May 24 @ Mets 9–8 Farmer (3–3) Gagnon (3–1) Greene (16) 27,082 19–29 W1
49 May 25 @ Mets 4–5 (13) Santiago (1–0) Farmer (3–4) 40,691 19–30 L1
50 May 26 @ Mets 3–4 Wheeler (4–3) Turnbull (2–4) Díaz (13) 31,414 19–31 L2
51 May 27 @ Orioles 3–5 Straily (2–4) Norris (2–3) Armstrong (1) 18,004 19–32 L3
52 May 28 @ Orioles 3–0 Boyd (5–4) Bundy (2–6) Greene (17) 8,106 20–32 W1
53 May 29 @ Orioles 4–2 Ramirez (1–0) Kline (1–2) Greene (18) 10,614 21–32 W2
54 May 31 @ Braves 8–2 Turnbull (3–4) Foltynewicz (1–4) 35,524 22–32 W3
June: 5–20 (Home: 3–12; Away: 2–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
55 June 1 @ Braves 5–10 Soroka (6–1) Norris (2–4) Jackson (8) 37,108 22–33 L1
56 June 2 @ Braves 4–7 Toussaint (3–0) Jiménez (2–3) 28,978 22–34 L2
57 June 4 Rays 9–6 Carpenter (1–2) Snell (3–5) Greene (19) 15,420 23–34 W1
58 June 5 Rays 0–4 Morton (7–0) Turnbull (3–5) 14,272 23–35 L1
59 June 6 Rays 1–6 Beeks (5–0) Norris (2–5) 21,442 23–36 L2
60 June 7 Twins 3–6 Harper (1–0) Jiménez (2–4) Parker (9) 21,551 23–37 L3
61 June 8 Twins 9–3 Ramirez (2–0) Gibson (6–3) 26,818 24–37 W1
62 June 9 Twins 2–12 Odorizzi (9–2) Carpenter (1–3) 20,127 24–38 L1
63 June 11 @ Royals 2–3 Barlow (2–2) Alcántara (2–1) Kennedy (5) 20,776 24–39 L2
64 June 12 @ Royals 3–2 Ramirez (3–0) Diekman (0–3) Greene (20) 19,870 25–39 W1
65 June 13 @ Royals[b] 3–7 Bailey (5–6) Boyd (5–5) Kennedy (6) 25,454 25–40 L1
66 June 14 Indians 4–13 Plutko (3–1) Carpenter (1–4) 22,362 25–41 L2
67 June 15 Indians 2–4 Bieber (6–2) Ramirez (3–1) Hand (20) 25,523 25–42 L3
68 June 16 Indians 0–8 Bauer (5–6) Turnbull (3–6) 26,705 25–43 L4
69 June 18 @ Pirates 5–4 Farmer (4–4) Crick (2–3) Greene (21) 18,301 26–43 W1
70 June 19 @ Pirates 7–8 Rodríguez (2–3) Ramirez (3–2) Vázquez (17) 18,088 26–44 L1
71 June 21 @ Indians 6–7 Cimber (3–2) Jiménez (2–5) Hand (21) 30,717 26–45 L2
72 June 22 @ Indians 0–2 Civale (1–0) Turnbull (3–7) Hand (22) 30,103 26–46 L3
73 June 23 @ Indians 3–8 Plesac (3–2) Norris (2–6) 25,790 26–47 L4
74 June 25 Rangers 3–5 Chavez (3–2) Zimmermann (0–5) 18,952 26–48 L5
75 June 26 Rangers 1–4 Minor (8–4) Boyd (5–6) 19,732 26–49 L6
76 June 27 Rangers 1–3 Jurado (5–3) Turnbull (3–8) Kelley (11) 22,925 26–50 L7
77 June 28 Nationals 1–3 Sánchez (4–6) Norris (2–7) Rodney (1) 20,877 26–51 L8
78 June 29 Nationals 7–5 Alcántara (3–1) Rainey (1–3) Greene (22) 27,716 27–51 W1
79 June 30 Nationals 1–2 Scherzer (8–5) Jiménez (2–6) Doolittle (18) 21,052 27–52 L1
July: 5–20 (Home: 1–7; Away: 4–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
July 2 @ White Sox Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to September 27.
80 July 3 @ White Sox 5–7 Cease (1–0) Norris (2–8) Colomé (19) 26,023 27–53 L2
81 July 3 @ White Sox 6–9 (12) Ruiz (1–1) Ramirez (3–3) 23,161 27–54 L3
82 July 4 @ White Sox 11–5 Boyd (6–6) López (4–8) 25,617 28–54 W1
83 July 5 Red Sox 6–9 Rodríguez (9–4) Carpenter (1–5) 27,181 28–55 L1
84 July 6 Red Sox 6–10 Porcello (6–7) Zimmermann (0–6) 28,114 28–56 L2
85 July 7 Red Sox 3–6 Price (7–2) Soto (0–3) Hembree (2) 23,187 28–57 L3
2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game
86 July 12 @ Royals 5–8 Newberry (1–0) Hardy (1–1) Kennedy (12) 25,059 28–58 L4
87 July 13 @ Royals 1–4 Keller (5–9) Boyd (6–7) Kennedy (13) 27,551 28–59 L5
88 July 14 @ Royals 12–8 Ramirez (4–3) Flynn (2–1) 13,763 29–59 W1
89 July 15 @ Indians 6–8 Wittgren (4–0) Alcántara (3–2) Hand (25) 15,735 29–60 L1
90 July 16 @ Indians 0–8 Goody (1–0) Carpenter (1–6) 16,769 29–61 L2
91 July 17 @ Indians 2–7 Clevinger (3–2) Turnbull (3–9) Wittgren (2) 18,894 29–62 L3
92 July 18 @ Indians 3–6 Bauer (9–7) Boyd (6–8) Hand (26) 17,500 29–63 L4
93 July 19 Blue Jays 1–12 Stroman (6–10) Zimmermann (0–7) 26,498 29–64 L5
94 July 20 Blue Jays 5–7 Font (3–2) Soto (0–4) Giles (14) 28,784 29–65 L6
95 July 21 Blue Jays 4–3 (10) Ramirez (5–3) Mayza (0–1) 22,562 30–65 W1
96 July 23 Phillies 2–3 (15) Álvarez (1–2) Stumpf (1–1) 23,607 30–66 L1
97 July 24 Phillies 0–4 Velasquez (3–5) Zimmermann (0–8) 33,735 30–67 L2
98 July 25 @ Mariners 2–10 LeBlanc (6–3) VerHagen (1–1) 18,544 30–68 L3
99 July 26 @ Mariners 2–3 Elías (3–2) Cisnero (0–1) 26,702 30–69 L4
100 July 27 @ Mariners 1–8 Gonzales (12–8) Alexander (0–1) 27,140 30–70 L5
101 July 28 @ Mariners 2–3 (10) Elías (4–2) Cisnero (0–2) 20,024 30–71 L6
102 July 29 @ Angels 7–2 Zimmermann (1–8) Barría (4–4) 35,457 31–71 W1
103 July 30 @ Angels 1–6 Canning (4–6) VerHagen (1–2) 33,907 31–72 L1
104 July 31 @ Angels 9–1 Norris (3–8) Suárez (2–2) 37,511 32–72 W1
August: 8–21 (Home: 5–11; Away: 3–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
105 August 2 @ Rangers 4–5 Lynn (14–6) Alexander (0–2) Leclerc (6) 26,884 32–73 L1
106 August 3 @ Rangers 4–5 (10) Leclerc (2–3) Ramirez (5–4) 30,292 32–74 L2
107 August 4 @ Rangers 4–9 Montero (1–0) Cisnero (0–3) 18,531 32–75 L3
108 August 5 White Sox 4–7 Giolito (12–5) Soto (0–5) 16,942 32–76 L4
109 August 6 White Sox 3–5 Cease (2–4) Norris (3–9) Colomé (22) 18,455 32–77 L5
110 August 6 White Sox 10–6 VerHagen (2–2) Santiago (1–1) 16,367 33–77 W1
111 August 7 White Sox 1–8 Nova (7–9) Alexander (0–3) 17,444 33–78 L1
112 August 8 Royals 10–8 Jiménez (3–6) Lovelady (0–2) 17,197 34–78 W1
113 August 9 Royals 5–2 Jackson (2–5) Keller (7–12) Jiménez (1) 21,475 35–78 W2
114 August 10 Royals 0–7 Montgomery (2–5) Turnbull (3–10) 26,028 35–79 L1
115 August 11 Royals 2–10 Junis (8–10) Norris (3–10) 19,790 35–80 L2
116 August 13 Mariners 6–11 Grotz (1–0) Boyd (6–9) 16,195 35–81 L3
117 August 14 Mariners 3–2 Jackson (3–5) Gonzales (12–10) Jiménez (2) 17,132 36–81 W1
118 August 15 Mariners 2–7 Milone (2–7) Turnbull (3–11) 19,440 36–82 L1
119 August 16 @ Rays 2–0 VerHagen (3–2) Morton (13–5) Jiménez (3) 13,717 37–82 W1
120 August 17 @ Rays 0–1 (13) Poche (3–4) Hall (0–1) 17,228 37–83 L1
121 August 18 @ Rays 4–5 Alvarado (1–5) Jiménez (3–7) 16,634 37–84 L2
122 August 19 @ Astros 4–5 Miley (12–4) Jackson (3–6) Osuna (28) 40,499 37–85 L3
123 August 20 @ Astros 3–6 Peacock (7–6) Turnbull (3–12) Osuna (29) 30,143 37–86 L4
124 August 21 @ Astros 2–1 Farmer (5–4) Verlander (15–5) Jiménez (4) 29,567 38–86 W1
125 August 22 @ Astros 3–6 Cole (15–5) Zimmermann (1–9) Osuna (30) 27,220 38–87 L1
126 August 23 @ Twins 9–6 VerHagen (4–2) Berríos (10–7) 31,238 39–87 W1
127 August 24 @ Twins 5–8 Gibson (12–6) Jackson (3–7) Rogers (20) 39,429 39–88 L1
128 August 25 @ Twins 4–7 Pérez (9–5) Boyd (6–10) 32,892 39–89 L2
129 August 27 Indians 1–10 Plutko (6–3) Turnbull (3–13) 15,715 39–90 L3
130 August 28 Indians 2–4 Civale (2–3) Farmer (5–5) Hand (32) 15,834 39–91 L4
131 August 29 Indians 0–2 Clevinger (10–2) Norris (3–11) Hand (33) 16,855 39–92 L5
132 August 30 Twins 5–13 Gibson (13–6) Jackson (3–8) 17,273 39–93 L6
133 August 31 Twins 10–7 Boyd (7–10) Pérez (9–6) 16,713 40–93 W1
September: 7–21 (Home: 4–12; Away: 3–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
134 September 1 Twins 3–8 Pineda (11–5) Turnbull (3–14) 13,776 40–94 L1
135 September 2 Twins 3–4 Littell (3–0) Farmer (5–6) Rogers (22) 14,614 40–95 L2
136 September 3 @ Royals 5–6 Kennedy (2–2) Reininger (0–1) 12,644 40–96 L3
137 September 4 @ Royals 4–5 Junis (9–12) Jackson (3–9) Kennedy (26) 15,308 40–97 L4
138 September 5 @ Royals 6–4 Boyd (8–10) Sparkman (3–11) Jiménez (5) 14,736 41–97 W1
139 September 6 @ Athletics [a] 3–7 Fiers (4–3) Reininger (0–2) 15,680 41–98 L1
140 September 6 @ Athletics 5–4 (11) Schreiber (1–0) Blackburn (0–2) Jiménez (6) 16,080 42–98 W1
141 September 7 @ Athletics 2–10 Bassitt (10–5) Zimmermann (1–10) 32,626 42–99 L1
142 September 8 @ Athletics 1–3 Manaea (1–0) Norris (3–12) Hendriks (19) 24,550 42–100 L2
143 September 10 Yankees 12–11 Jiménez (4–7) Adams (1–1) 16,733 43–100 W1
September 11 Yankees Postponed (inclement weather). Rescheduled to September 12.
144 September 12 Yankees 4–10 Green (4–4) Boyd (8–11) 43–101 L1
145 September 12 Yankees 4–6 Germán (18–4) Turnbull (3–15) Chapman (37) 17,807 43–102 L2
146 September 13 Orioles 2–6 Brooks (5–8) Zimmermann (1–11) 14,722 43–103 L3
147 September 14 Orioles 8–4 (12) Schreiber (2–0) Fry (1–9) 17,760 44–103 W1
148 September 15 Orioles 2–8 Wojciechowski (3–8) Jackson (3–10) 15,688 44–104 L1
149 September 16 Orioles 5–2 Alexander (1–3) Means (10–11) Jiménez (7) 14,142 45–104 W1
150 September 17 @ Indians 2–7 Plutko (7–4) Reininger (0–3) 19,108 45–105 L1
151 September 18 @ Indians 1–2 (10) Cimber (6–3) Cisnero (0–4) 15,828 45–106 L2
152 September 19 @ Indians 0–7 Clevinger (12–3) Norris (3–13) 19,432 45–107 L3
153 September 20 White Sox 1–10 Cease (4–7) Zimmermann (1–12) 15,265 45–108 L4
154 September 21 White Sox 3–5 Nova (11–12) Alexander (1–4) Colomé (29) 16,891 45–109 L5
155 September 22 White Sox 6–3 Boyd (9–11) López (9–15) Jiménez (8) 16,157 46–109 W1
156 September 24 Twins 2–4 Odorizzi (15–7) Turnbull (3–16) Rogers (29) 16,174 46–110 L1
157 September 25 Twins 1–5 Dobnak (2–1) VerHagen (4–3) 16,242 46–111 L2
158 September 26 Twins 4–10 Smeltzer (2–2) Zimmermann (1–13) 17,557 46–112 L3
September 27 @ White Sox Postponed (rain). Rescheduled to September 28.
September 27 @ White Sox Cancelled (rain). Due to both teams being eliminated from playoff contention.
159 September 28 @ White Sox 1–7 López (10–15) Boyd (9–12) 46–113 L4
160 September 28 @ White Sox 4–3 Farmer (6–6) Colomé (4–5) Jiménez (9) 25,552 47–113 W1
161 September 29 @ White Sox 3–5 Cordero (1–1) Turnbull (3–17) Herrera (1) 19,534 47–114 L1
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Tigers team member

Notes:

  • a The May 19 game in Detroit against Oakland was suspended due to rain in the bottom of seventh inning with the score 3–5 in favor of the Athletics. It was completed on September 6 prior to the regularly scheduled game that evening in Oakland. The Tigers were designated the "home" team for the makeup date.[72]
  • b The game was played at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.[73]

Roster

2019 Detroit Tigers
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At Bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Gordon Beckham 83 223 29 48 13 2 6 15 .215 3
Miguel Cabrera 136 493 41 139 21 0 12 59 .282 0
Jeimer Candelario 94 335 33 68 17 2 8 32 .203 3
Nicholas Castellanos+ 100 403 57 110 37 3 11 37 .273 2
Harold Castro 97 354 30 103 10 4 5 38 .291 4
Willi Castro 30 100 10 23 6 1 1 8 .230 0
Travis Demeritte 48 169 24 38 7 2 3 10 .225 3
Brandon Dixon 117 391 41 97 20 4 15 52 .248 5
Niko Goodrum 112 423 61 105 27 5 12 45 .248 12
Grayson Greiner 58 208 18 42 5 1 5 19 .202 0
Josh Harrison 36 137 10 24 7 1 1 8 .175 4
John Hicks 95 319 29 67 15 0 13 35 .210 1
JaCoby Jones 88 298 39 70 19 3 11 26 .235 7
Dawel Lugo 77 273 28 67 11 4 6 26 .245 0
Mikie Mahtook 9 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Jordy Mercer 74 256 24 69 16 0 9 22 .270 0
Dustin Peterson 17 44 3 10 4 0 0 6 .227 1
Víctor Reyes 69 276 29 84 16 5 3 25 .304 9
Ronny Rodríguez 84 276 29 61 12 3 14 43 .221 3
Jake Rogers 35 112 11 14 3 0 4 8 .125 0
Christin Stewart 104 369 32 86 25 1 10 40 .233 0

+Totals with Tigers only.

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Starters

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Tyler Alexander 1 4 4.86 13 8 0 53⅔ 30 29 7 47
Matthew Boyd 9 12 4.56 32 32 0 185⅓ 101 94 50 238
Ryan Carpenter 1 6 9.30 9 9 0 40⅔ 46 42 13 25
Buck Farmer 6 6 3.72 73 1 0 67⅔ 32 28 24 73
Edwin Jackson+ 2 5 8.47 10 8 0 39⅓ 40 37 19 33
Matt Moore 0 0 0.00 2 2 0 10 0 0 1 9
Daniel Norris 3 13 4.49 32 29 0 144⅓ 75 72 38 125
Zac Reininger 0 3 8.68 25 1 0 28 28 27 16 17
Tyson Ross 1 5 6.11 7 7 0 35⅓ 28 24 18 25
Gregory Soto 0 5 5.77 33 7 0 57⅔ 39 37 33 45
Spencer Turnbull 3 17 4.61 30 30 0 148⅓ 86 76 59 146
Drew VerHagen 4 3 5.90 22 4 0 58 40 38 23 51
Jordan Zimmermann 1 13 6.91 23 23 0 112 89 86 25 82

+Totals with Tigers only.

Bullpen

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Austin Adams 0 0 5.14 13 0 0 14 8 8 10 9
Victor Alcántara 3 2 4.85 46 0 0 42⅔ 25 23 15 24
Sandy Báez 0 0 9.00 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0
José Cisnero 0 4 4.33 35 0 0 35⅓ 21 17 19 40
José Fernández 0 0 17.18 4 0 0 3⅔ 8 7 5 2
Bryan Garcia 0 0 12.15 7 0 0 6⅔ 9 9 5 7
Reed Garrett 0 0 8.22 13 0 0 15⅓ 15 14 13 10
Shane Greene+ 0 2 1.18 38 0 22 38 11 5 12 43
Matt Hall 0 1 7.71 16 0 0 23⅓ 20 20 15 27
Blaine Hardy 1 1 4.47 39 0 0 44⅓ 24 22 13 29
Eduardo Jiménez 0 0 5.91 8 0 0 10⅔ 7 7 5 8
Joe Jiménez 4 7 4.37 66 0 9 59⅔ 33 29 23 82
David McKay 0 0 5.59 18 0 0 19⅓ 12 12 9 29
Nick Ramirez 5 4 4.07 46 0 0 79⅔ 45 36 35 74
Trevor Rosenthal 0 0 7.00 10 0 0 9 8 7 11 12
John Schreiber 2 0 6.23 13 0 0 13 9 9 4 19
Daniel Stumpf 1 1 4.34 48 0 0 29 18 14 15 28
Carlos Torres 0 0 7.50 4 0 0 6 5 5 1 8

+Totals with Tigers only.

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Toledo Mud Hens International League Doug Mientkiewicz
AA Erie SeaWolves Eastern League Mike Rabelo
A-Advanced Lakeland Flying Tigers Florida State League Andrew Graham
A West Michigan Whitecaps Midwest League Lance Parrish
A-Short Season Connecticut Tigers New York–Penn League Brayan Peña
Rookie GCL Tigers East Gulf Coast League Luis Lopez
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 Marcos Yepez

Notes

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