Detroit Tigers pitcher Doug Fister returns from the 15-day disabled list Monday. The Tigers lost 3-2 (Steven Bisig/US Presswire)
The $507,500 contract shouldn’t be satisfying enough for Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Doug Fister next season.
Fister, who returned from the 15-day disabled list Monday, is making less money than a majority of the Tigers pitching staff.
He deserves better and should get it next season when his deal expires.
Pistons guard Brandon Knight broke his nose in Saturday's 89-87 victory over the New Orleans Hornets. Rick Osentoski/U.S. PRESSWIRE
Is it true that Richard Hamilton is back on the Detroit Pistons?
No, but the team does have its newest man in a mask.
Brandon Knight suffered a broken nose in the 89-87 victory Saturday against the New Orleans Hornets.
Welcome home, Prince Fielder.
Cecil Fielder’s son, Prince, will join the team his father hit 245 home runs and 758 RBI’s with.
The Detroit Tigers signed Prince to a nine-year, $214 million deal, Tuesday afternoon according to sources.
The Tigers were in search for a designated hitter after catcher/DH Victor Martinez tore his ACL in off-season workouts.
Houston Rockets forward Luis Scola posts-up against Pistons forward Ben Wallace. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip).
Six Houston Rockets’ players scored double-figure points, beating the Detroit Pistons 97-80 Tuesday Night at the Toyota Center.
Forward Luis Scola and center Samuel Dalembert led the Rockets with 14 points each, in a game dominated by Houston early and late.
Pistons center Greg Monroe had a uncharacteristic game, scoring four points on 2-of-9 shooting.
Instead, Detroit’s scoring came from veteran small forward Tayshaun Prince. He scored 20 points – 10 of which came in the first quarter. Starting guards Brandon Knight and Ben Gordon held their own in the backcourt, scoring 18 and 15 points respectively, but it wasn’t nearly enough to stop a Rockets’ offense that shot 49.4 percent from the floor.
Point guard Will Bynum, strained right foot and forward Charlie Villanueva, sore right ankle didn’t play.
The Pistons have fallen in eight of the last nine games. Detroit tries to erase its losing ways at 8 p.m. Wednesday against the Timberwolves at the Target Center.
Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki shoots a fade-away jump shot against Pistons forward Jonas Jerebko. The Mavericks won 100-86. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)
The Detroit Pistons haven’t dropped in the Central division standings, but they didn’t help themselves Monday night.
The Pistons dropped to 2-8 after losing their fifth-straight game, 100-86 against the Dallas Mavericks at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
The Mavericks, led by Dirk Nowitzki’s 18 points on 9-of-10 shooting, had a 10-point lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back.
Dallas had 28 assists in retrospect to the 17 by Detroit, even without point guard Jason Kidd, who was inactive.
Pistons center Greg Monroe works down low against Knicks center Tyson Chandler. The Knicks won 103-80. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)
The second quarter was one to forget for the Detroit Pistons in their 103-80 loss against the New York Knicks Saturday at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Trailing 25-24 after the first quarter, the Pistons went flat.
The Knicks opened a 14-0 run in the second quarter en route to a 39-point second quarter.
Forward Amar’e Stoudemire scored a game-high 22 points on 8-of-15 shooting, leading a group of six New York double-digit scorers.
Detroit center Greg Monroe tries to defend 76ers forward Spencer Hawes in Philadelphia's 96-73 victory. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
The Detroit Pistons were without starting guards’ Rodney Stuckey and Ben Gordon and it cost them against the Philadelphia 76ers Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Philadelphia guard Jodie Meeks scored a team-high 21 points, leading it to a 96-73 victory.
It was the home opener for the 76ers after opening the season with five-straight road games.
The Pistons, who were led by center Greg Monroe’s 22 points, dropped to 0-3 on the road.
Monroe continues to show that he is one of the leader’s on the offensive end. He is second on the team in scoring with 15.7 points per game.
Ben Gordon defends Jason Richardson in the Pistons 89-78 win. (Robin Buckson/Detroit News)
The Detroit Pistons are on a winning streak after beating the Orlando Magic 89-78 at the Palace of Auburn Hills Monday night in front of 8,120.
After starting the lockout-shortened NBA season 0-3, the Pistons have won two straight, winning tonight and beating the Indiana Pacers 96-88 on Dec. 31.
Pistons center Greg Monroe shoots a hook shot over Greg Stiemsma. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer).
It was a battle of winless teams between the Detroit Pistons and Boston Celtics in Boston Friday night at the TD Garden. One team had to win its first game of the season.
And with it, the margin of winless teams is down to three after the Celtics beat the Pistons 96-85.
“We lost a little bit of our poise on the offensive end,” said Pistons head coach Lawrence Frank. “It took us a while to regroup and respond. By the time we found a little bit of our rhythm, they scored.”
Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving goes up for a layup in their 105-89 victory over the Pistons on Wednesday night. Irving scored 14 points. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)
Rookie guards Kyrie Irving and Brandon Knight are adjusting just fine from college to professional basketball.
Irving, the first overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, scored 14 points, leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 105-89 victory over the Detroit Pistons Wednesday night at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
“In the last game, I wasn’t enjoying the game,” Irving said. “I think I wanted to be so serious. I wasn’t joking around and there was no smile on my face. It’s just about feeling comfortable out there.”