1. In 1995, the Detroit Tigers introduced a solid navy blue alternate jersey, which featured the team's primary logo at the time, a tiger stepping through the D, on the chest.
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4. On October 20, 2017, the Detroit Tigers announced that Ron Gardenhire and the team had reached a three-year agreement for the former Minnesota Twins skipper to succeed Brad Ausmus as the team's manager.
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7. With the acquisition of Price, the Detroit Tigers became the first team in major league history with three consecutive Cy Young Award winners in its starting rotation.
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15. At the All-Star break, the Detroit Tigers were a half-game out of first place in the AL Central, behind the Chicago White Sox.
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18. The Detroit Tigers were officially eliminated from playoff competition on September 26, 2007 when the New York Yankees clinched a wild card berth.
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19. On June 8, 2005, the Detroit Tigers traded pitcher Ugueth Urbina and infielder Ramon Martinez to the Philadelphia Phillies for Placido Polanco.
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21. In 1998, the Detroit Tigers moved from the AL East, where they had been since the divisions were created in 1969, to the AL Central as part of a realignment necessitated by the addition of the expansion Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
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24. The Detroit Tigers led the division from opening day until the end of the regular season and finished a staggering 15 games ahead of the second-place Toronto Blue Jays.
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26. The Detroit Tigers won the first game, but lost the second, giving the Red Sox the pennant with no playoff.
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