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news | Sep 17th, 12:18am
Alex Avila was out of the lineup for a second consecutive game on Tuesday, and he's likely to remain so until at least Friday's series opener at Kansas City after the lightheadedness that bothered him on Sunday returned on Tuesday.
Rotoworld | Sep 16th, 8:42pm
Alex Avila (head) is out of the Tigers' starting lineup again on Tuesday night.
KFFL | Sep 16th, 6:41pm
Detroit Tigers C Alex Avila (head) is out of the starting lineup Tuesday, Sept. 16.
KFFL | Sep 16th, 2:15pm
Detroit Tigers C Alex Avila (head) felt fine after the game Monday, Sept. 15, and ...
news | Sep 15th, 11:54pm
As expected, Alex Avila was not behind the plate on Monday night after leaving Sunday's game with a headache and lightheadedness. He's still considered day to day.
Rotoworld | Sep 15th, 8:28pm
Alex Avila (head) is not in Monday's lineup against the Twins.
KFFL | Sep 15th, 5:08pm
Detroit Tigers C Alex Avila (head) is not expected to play Monday, Sept. 15, after ...
Sports Injury Alert | Sep 15th, 1:45pm
Detroit Tigers catcher Alex Avila was pulled early from the win over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday after complaining of a headache, reports James Schmehl of Avila left in the seventh inning after someone told manager Brad Ausmus that the catcher did not seem right, as Ausmus himself told Schmehl:"Someone said to me that he didn't seem right on the bench," Ausmus said. "As soon as that...
news | Sep 14th, 9:05pm
A week after returning from concussion symptoms, Tigers catcher Alex Avila left Sunday's 6-4 win after seven innings with what the team called lightheadedness. Avila is considered day to day.
KFFL | Sep 14th, 6:55pm
Detroit Tigers C Alex Avila (illness) left the game early Sunday, Sept. 14, because of ...
news | Sep 14th, 5:00am
Torii Hunter showed why he is still one of the best in the business, laying out in right field to prevent two potential runs from scoring in the top of the eighth inning before Alex Avila's homer gave the Tigers a 5-4 victory over the Indians on Saturday night.
ESPN | Sep 14th, 3:02am
Alex Avila hit a two-out, two-run homer in the eighth inning and the Detroit Tigers kept their slim AL Central lead, beating the Cleveland Indians 5-4 Saturday night.
Rotoworld | Sep 14th, 2:44am
Alex Avila slugged a go-ahead two-run homer in the Tigers' 5-4 defeat of the Indians on Saturday.
news | Sep 14th, 2:35am
With Detroit down a run in the eighth, Alex Avila launched a two-run shot to take down Cleveland, 5-4, on Saturday night at Comerica Park. The Royals won as well, so the Tigers still hold a half-game lead in the AL Central.
news | Sep 13th, 10:35pm
Not surprisingly, Tigers catcher Alex Avila didn't want to make a big deal out of his jumping catch at the screen on Friday night to get an out. He was, however, willing to have a little fun with it.