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List of Detroit Tigers Opening Day starting pitchers

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

George Mullin made ten Opening Day starts for the Detroit Tigers.
George Mullin made ten Opening Day starts for the Detroit Tigers.

The Detroit Tigers are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Detroit, Michigan. They play in the American League Central division. The first game of the new baseball season is played on Opening Day, and being named the starter that day is an honor, which is often given to the player who is expected to lead the pitching staff that season,[1] though there are various strategic reasons why a team's best pitcher might not start on Opening Day.[2] Since joining the league in 1901, the Tigers have used 55 different Opening Day starting pitchers. The Tigers have a record of 56 wins and 59 losses in their Opening Day games.[3] They also played one tie game, in 1927.[3][4][5]

The Tigers have played in three different home ball parks, Bennett Park from 1901 through 1911, Tiger Stadium (also known as Navin Field and Briggs Stadium) from 1912 to 1999 and Comerica Park since 2000. They had a record of 5 wins and 2 losses in Opening Day games at Bennett Park, 19 wins and 22 losses at Tiger Stadium and 3 wins and 4 losses at Comerica Park, for a total home record in Opening Day games of 26 wins and 28 losses.[3] Their record in Opening Day away games is 27 wins, 31 losses and one tie.[3][4][5]

Jack Morris has the most Opening Day starts for the Tigers, with 11 consecutive starts from 1980 to 1990. Morris had a record of seven wins and four losses in his Opening Day starts. George Mullin had ten Opening Day starts for the Tigers between 1903 and 1913. The Tigers won five of those games and lost the other five. Mickey Lolich had seven Opening Day starts between 1965 and 1974. He had a record of five wins and two losses in those starts. Justin Verlander has also made seven Opening Day starts for the Tigers, between 2008 and 2014. His record in those starts is one win and one loss with five no-decisions. Other Tiger pitchers with at least three Opening Day starts include Hal Newhouser with six, Earl Whitehill and Jim Bunning with four; and Tommy Bridges, Frank Lary and Mike Moore with three.[3]

The first game the Tigers played as a Major League team was on April 25, 1901, against the Milwaukee Brewers.[6] Roscoe Miller was the Tigers Opening Day starting pitcher for that game, which the Tigers won 14–13.[6] The Tigers have played in the World Series eleven times, in 1907, 1908, 1909, 1934, 1935, 1940, 1945, 1968, 1984, 2006, and 2012, with wins in four of those: 1935, 1945, 1968 and 1984.[7] The Tigers Opening Day starting pitchers in those seasons were Mullin (1907 and 1909), Ed Siever (1908), Firpo Marberry (1934), Rowe (1935), Newsom (1940), Newhouser (1945), Earl Wilson (1968), Morris (1984), Kenny Rogers (2006), and Justin Verlander (2012).[8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17] The Tigers won five of those Opening Day games and lost the other five.[3]

Josh Billings was the Tigers Opening Day starting pitcher in 1928, despite being only 20 years old and having only won five Major League games prior to the season.[18][19] Bunning, who made four Opening Day starts for the Tigers was later elected to the United States Senate.[20] McLain, who made two Opening Day starts for the Tigers, was later convicted of embezzlement.[21] Bunning and Newhouser have each been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.[22]

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Key

View of a baseball field.
Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers since 2000
W Win
L Loss
T Tie game
ND (W) No decision by starting pitcher; Tigers won game
ND (L) No decision by starting pitcher; Tigers lost game
(W) Tigers won game; no information on starting pitcher's decision
(L) Tigers lost game; no information on starting pitcher's decision
Final score Game score with Tigers runs listed first
Location Stadium in italics with double-dagger for home game
(No.) Number of appearances as Opening Day starter with the Tigers
* Advanced to the post-season
** American League champions
dagger World Series champions

Pitchers

Hooks Dauss made two Opening Day starts for the Tigers.
Hooks Dauss made two Opening Day starts for the Tigers.
United States Senator Jim Bunning made four Opening Day starts for the Tigers.
United States Senator Jim Bunning made four Opening Day starts for the Tigers.
Kenny Rogers was the Tigers' Opening Day starting pitcher in their American League championship year of 2006.
Kenny Rogers was the Tigers' Opening Day starting pitcher in their American League championship year of 2006.
Jeremy Bonderman was the Tigers' Opening Day starter in 2005 and 2007.
Jeremy Bonderman was the Tigers' Opening Day starter in 2005 and 2007.
Justin Verlander was the Tigers' Opening Day starting pitcher every year from 2008 to 2014.
Justin Verlander was the Tigers' Opening Day starting pitcher every year from 2008 to 2014.
Season Pitcher Decision Final
score
Opponent Location Ref.
1901 Roscoe Miller (W) 14–13 Milwaukee Brewers Bennett Parkdouble-dagger [6]
1902 Roscoe Miller (2) (L) 2–12 Chicago White Sox South Side Park [23]
1903 George Mullin (W) 4–2 Cleveland Indians Bennett Parkdouble-dagger [24]
1904 George Mullin (2) (W) 7–2 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [25]
1905 George Mullin (3) (L) 2–6 Cleveland Indians League Park [26]
1906 George Mullin (4) (L) 3–5 Chicago White Sox Bennett Parkdouble-dagger [27]
1907** George Mullin (5) (W) 2–0 Cleveland Indians Bennett Parkdouble-dagger [8]
1908** Ed Siever (L) 8–15 Chicago White Sox South Side Park [9]
1909** George Mullin (6) (W) 2–0 Chicago White Sox Bennett Parkdouble-dagger [10]
1910 George Mullin (7) (L) 7–9 Cleveland Indians Bennett Parkdouble-dagger [28]
1911 George Mullin (8) (W) 4–2 Chicago White Sox Bennett Parkdouble-dagger [29]
1912 George Mullin (9) (L) 2–3 Cleveland Indians League Park [30]
1913 George Mullin (10) (L) 1–3 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [31]
1914 Jean Dubuc (W) 3–2 St. Louis Browns Navin Fielddouble-dagger [32]
1915 Harry Coveleski (L) 1–5 Cleveland Indians Navin Fielddouble-dagger [33]
1916 Harry Coveleski (2) (W) 4–0 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park [34]
1917 Bill James (L) 4–6 Cleveland Indians Navin Fielddouble-dagger [35]
1918 Bernie Boland (L) 2–6 Cleveland Indians League Park [36]
1919 Howard Ehmke (W) 4–2 Cleveland Indians League Park [37]
1920 Hooks Dauss (L) 2–3 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park [38]
1921 Dutch Leonard ND (W) 6–5 Chicago White Sox Navin Fielddouble-dagger [39]
1922 Red Oldham (L) 4–7 Cleveland Indians League Park [40]
1923 Rip Collins ND (W) 9–6 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [41]
1924 Hooks Dauss (2) W 4–3 Cleveland Indians Navin Fielddouble-dagger [42]
1925 Dutch Leonard (2) W 4–3 Chicago White Sox Navin Fielddouble-dagger [43]
1926 Earl Whitehill L 1–2 Cleveland Indians Navin Fielddouble-dagger [44]
1927 Earl Whitehill (2) T 2–2 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [45]
1928 Josh Billings (L) 1–4 St. Louis Browns Navin Fielddouble-dagger [18]
1929 Earl Whitehill (3) (L) 4–5 Cleveland Indians League Park [46]
1930 George Uhle W 6–3 St. Louis Browns Navin Fielddouble-dagger [47]
1931 Earl Whitehill (4) (L) 3–7 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [48]
1932 Vic Sorrell (L) 5–6 Cleveland Indians Navin Fielddouble-dagger [49]
1933 Tommy Bridges (L) 1–4 Cleveland Indians Navin Fielddouble-dagger [50]
1934** Firpo Marberry W 8–3 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park [11]
1935 Schoolboy Rowe (L) 6–7 Chicago White Sox Navin Fielddouble-dagger [12]
1936 Schoolboy Rowe (2) W 3–0 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Stadium [51]
1937 Elden Auker W 4–3 Cleveland Indians Navin Fielddouble-dagger [52]
1938 Roxie Lawson (L) 3–4 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park [53]
1939 Tommy Bridges (2) W 6–1 Chicago White Sox Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [54]
1940** Bobo Newsom (L) 1–4 St. Louis Browns Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [13]
1941 Bobo Newsom (2) (L) 1–8 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [55]
1942 Al Benton (L) 2–5 Cleveland Indians Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [56]
1943 Tommy Bridges (3) (L) 0–1 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Stadium [57]
1944 Dizzy Trout (L) 1–2 St. Louis Browns Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [58]
1945 Hal Newhouser (L) 1–7 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [14]
1946 Hal Newhouser (2) W 2–1 St. Louis Browns Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [59]
1947 Hal Newhouser (3) W 7–0 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [60]
1948 Hal Newhouser (4) W 5–2 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park [61]
1949 Hal Newhouser (5) W 5–1 Chicago White Sox Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [62]
1950 Fred Hutchinson ND (W) 7–6 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Stadium [63]
1951 Hal Newhouser (6) (L) 1–2 Cleveland Indians Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [64]
1952 Dizzy Trout (2) (L) 0–3 St. Louis Browns Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [65]
1953 Ned Garver (L) 0–10 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [66]
1954 Steve Gromek W 3–0 Baltimore Orioles Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [67]
1955 Ned Garver (2) L 2–6 Kansas City Athletics Municipal Stadium [68]
1956 Frank Lary L 1–2 Kansas City Athletics Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [69]
1957 Frank Lary (2) L 1–2 Kansas City Athletics Municipal Stadium [70]
1958 Jim Bunning W 4–3 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park [71]
1959 Jim Bunning (2) ND (L) 7–9 Chicago White Sox Briggs Stadiumdouble-dagger [72]
1960 Frank Lary (3) ND (W) 4–2 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Stadium [73]
1961 Jim Bunning (3) L 5–9 Cleveland Indians Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [74]
1962 Don Mossi L 1–4 Washington Senators Robert F. Kennedy Stadium [75]
1963 Jim Bunning (4) L 5–7 Chicago White Sox Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [76]
1964 Phil Regan W 7–3 Kansas City Athletics Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [77]
1965 Mickey Lolich W 6–2 Kansas City Athletics Municipal Stadium [78]
1966 Mickey Lolich (2) W 2–1 New York Yankees Yankee Stadium [79]
1967 Denny McLain L 2–5 California Angels Anaheim Stadium [80]
1968 Earl Wilson L 3–7 Boston Red Sox Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [15]
1969 Denny McLain (2) W 6–2 Cleveland Indians Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [81]
1970 Mickey Lolich (3) W 5–0 Washington Senators Robert F. Kennedy Stadium [82]
1971 Mickey Lolich (4) W 8–2 Cleveland Indians Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [83]
1972* Mickey Lolich (5) W 3–2 Boston Red Sox Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [84]
1973 Mickey Lolich (6) L 1–2 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Stadium [85]
1974 Mickey Lolich (7) L 2–3 Baltimore Orioles Memorial Stadium [86]
1975 Joe Coleman L 0–10 Baltimore Orioles Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [87]
1976 Joe Coleman (2) W 3–1 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Stadium [88]
1977 Dave Roberts L 7–2 Kansas City Royals Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [89]
1978 Mark Fidrych W 6–2 Toronto Blue Jays Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [90]
1979 Dave Rozema L 2–8 Texas Rangers Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [91]
1980 Jack Morris W 5–1 Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium [92]
1981 Jack Morris (2) W 6–2 Toronto Blue Jays Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [93]
1982 Jack Morris (3) L 2–4 Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium [94]
1983 Jack Morris (4) W 11–3 Minnesota Twins Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome [95]
1984 Jack Morris (5) W 8–1 Minnesota Twins Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome [16]
1985 Jack Morris (6) W 5–4 Cleveland Indians Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [96]
1986 Jack Morris (7) W 6–5 Boston Red Sox Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [97]
1987* Jack Morris (8) L 1–2 New York Yankees Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [98]
1988 Jack Morris (9) W 5–3 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park [99]
1989 Jack Morris (10) L 0–4 Texas Rangers Arlington Stadium [100]
1990 Jack Morris (11) L 2–5 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park [101]
1991 Frank Tanana ND (W) 6–4 New York Yankees Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [102]
1992 Bill Gullickson L 2–4 Toronto Blue Jays Tiger Stadiumdouble-dagger [103]
1993 Mike Moore L 4–9 Oakland Athletics Oakland Coliseum [104]
1994 Mike Moore (2) ND (L) 8–9 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park [105]
1995 Mike Moore (3) W 5–4 California Angels Angel Stadium [106]
1996 Felipe Lira L 6–8 Minnesota Twins Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome [107]
1997 Doug Brocail ND (L) 5–7 Minnesota Twins Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome [108]
1998 Justin Thompson W 11–6 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Tropicana Field [109]
1999 Brian Moehler W 11–5 Texas Rangers Rangers Ballpark in Arlington [110]
2000 Hideo Nomo W 7–4 Oakland Athletics Oakland Coliseum [111]
2001 Jeff Weaver L 2–3 Minnesota Twins Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [112]
2002 Jeff Weaver (2) ND (L) 5–9 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Tropicana Field [113]
2003 Mike Maroth L 1–3 Minnesota Twins Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [114]
2004 Jason Johnson W 7–0 Toronto Blue Jays SkyDome [115]
2005 Jeremy Bonderman W 11–2 Kansas City Royals Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [116]
2006** Kenny Rogers W 3–1 Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium [17]
2007 Jeremy Bonderman (2) ND (L) 3–5 Toronto Blue Jays Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [117]
2008 Justin Verlander ND (L) 4–5 Kansas City Royals Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [118]
2009 Justin Verlander (2) L 5–12 Toronto Blue Jays SkyDome [4]
2010 Justin Verlander (3) ND (W) 8–4 Kansas City Royals Kauffman Stadium [5]
2011* Justin Verlander (4) ND (L) 3–6 New York Yankees Yankee Stadium [119]
2012** Justin Verlander (5) ND (W) 3–2 Boston Red Sox Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [120]
2013* Justin Verlander (6) W 3–2 Minnesota Twins Target Field [121]
2014* Justin Verlander (7) ND (W) 3–2 Kansas City Royals Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [122]
2015 David Price W 4–0 Minnesota Twins Comerica Parkdouble-dagger [123]
2016 Justin Verlander (8) ND (W) 8–7 Miami Marlins Marlins Park [124]
2017 Justin Verlander (9) (W) 6–3 Chicago White Sox Guaranteed Rate Field [125]
2018 Jordan Zimmermann ND (L) 10–13 Pittsburgh Pirates Comerica Park [126]
2019 Jordan Zimmermann (2) ND (W) 2–0 Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Centre [127]

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