There is no record of any baseball team from Detroit called the Creamers around 1900. Detroit, Michigan has only had the Tigers baseball team since they started playing in the early 1900's. Perhaps the Creamers was a local factory team that played for fun in Detroit.
Yes, the Detroit Tigers have lost a few of their games.
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1935, 1945, 1968, 1984
No, the Tigers have been the Tigers since the team was first started. There was at one time a Detroit baseball team called the Wolverines, but they disbanded after 1888. Between then and 1894, when the Tigers formed, there were several attempts to start a baseball club in Detroit, but none of them lasted much more than a year and I can't find any reference to what names they went by. I'm assuming the question refers to the Detroit Major League Baseball team. There could have been any number of high school teams that were at one time called the Spartans and are now called the Tigers, but if you mean one of them you'd have to be more specific in your question (and frankly, I wouldn't count on an answer, because nobody who isn't from that high school is likely to know or care what their team used to be called).
The Detroit Tiger has won 4, 1984 ,1968, 1945, and 1935.
Yes, in 1960. It was the home uniform, and was the only time from 1934 to present day that the home uniform was different. Rumor has it that a Dodgers executive was hired on the Tigers, and this was his idea.
Close. It was Tim Corcoran. He also played for the Phillies and Mets from about 1977 to 1983 I believe.
The Pittsburgh Pirates won their first-ever world championship, defeating the Detroit Tigers in seven games.
According to mlb.com, outfielder Don Demeter, who played with the Tigers from 1964-1966, is the only 'Don D' to have ever played with the Tigers.
Neifi Perez got caught in 2007, served a suspension, then got caught again in the same season
Yes ... Ty Cobb was player/manager of the Detroit Tigers from 1921-1926 and had a 6 year record of 479-444.
No, there are no wild tigers in Africa what-so-ever.
I don't know, but that can not ever happen and will not ever happen. Not true. In fact, four different players have done it in Major League games, most recently Shane Halter for the Detroit Tigers in 2000. There is no official name for this feat, however.
No, not as of March 2011. They competed in two World Series, losing to the Detroit Tigers in 1984, and to the New York Yankees in 1998.
In their first game EVER, the AL Detroit team (eventually called the Tigers) were down 13 to 4 in the ninth inning, but scored ten runs in the last inning to win. This remains the greatest comeback in MLB history.
Did you ever find your answer? I'd be interested to know, as I have come across a 1985 African American Detroit Tigers Cabbage Patch Doll myself.I never found out how much it was worth and my husband ended up selling it for $20...GOOD LUCK!!
There was no 'Ron H' that played for the Tigers in the 1960s. The only three Rons on the roster that decade were pitchers Ron Kline and Ron Nischwitz and outfielder Ron Woods. And according to mlb.com, which has the entire all time Tigers roster, no one with the first name of Ron whose last name started with H ever played for the Tigers.
No. Jim Leyland spent 7 seasons as a catcher in the Detroit Tigers minor league system between 1964-1970 playing in A and AA leagues. He began his managing career in 1972 for the Tigers in the A league.