Kenny Rogers, Nate Robertson, Mike Maroth, Justin Verlander, and Jeremy Bonderman are some that I know but there are many more. ---- Home opener starters in the 1970s were:
April 14, 1970: Mickey Lolich
April 6, 1971: Mickey Lolich
April 15, 1972: Mickey Lolich
April 11, 1973: Woodie Fryman
April 9, 1974: Mickey Lolich
April 10, 1975: Joe Coleman
April 13, 1976: Ray Bare
April 7, 1977: Dave Roberts
April 7, 1978: Mark Fidrych
April 7, 1979: Dave Rozema
The Detroit Tigers have always had the same name throughout their entire franchise history.
The Detroit Tigers.
PAWS is the mascot of the Detroit Tigers. He's a striped tiger that was officially adopted in May of 1995 by the Detroit Tigers baseball team. His name is officially written by the team in all capital letters.
The Detroit Tigers
In MLB, the Detroit Tigers. The MLB team in Detroit has been known as the Tigers since they entered the American League in 1901. CORRECTION: IT IS THE PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES, nice try tigers fan...1883
The Detroit Tigers are one of the few teams to have the same name and play for the same city now as they did originialy. P.S Some people think they used to be the wolverines. They never were, the wolverines were another team in Michigan,but they didn't last long
The 1937 AL MVP was Charlie Gehringer of the Detroit Tigers.
the wolverines, they were only around from 1881 to 1888 though. this name was then passed onto the university of Michigan
In 1929, the Portsmouth Spartans were formed, in 1934 the team requested a name change and became the Detroit Lions, following the jungle cat theme started by the Detroit Tigers.
There were five players with the first name of Don who played for Detroit in the 1960s: Pitcher Don Mossi, 1960, '61, '62 and '63 Thirdbaseman Don Wert, 1963, '64, '65, '66, '67, '68 and '69 Outfielder Don Demeter, 1964, '65 and '66 (traded during the season) First baseman, Don Pepper, 1966 Pitcher Don McMahon, acquired during the season in 1968.