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|2015 Season (CBSSports.com)||420.00||3.00||.231||28.00||58.00||28.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Chi. White Sox||5||2||0|| .400|| .400|| .400|
|vs Liriano (Career)||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|vs LHP||5||1||0|| .200|| .400|| .200|
|12/26/2014||Jose Altuve, 2B HOU||Nick Franklin, 2B TB|
Anthony Gose, CF DET
Kyle Zimmer, SP KC
Chris Bassitt, SP OAK
|12/21/2014||Anthony Gose, CF DET||Brad Miller, SS SEA|
Matt Carpenter, 3B STL
|12/18/2014||Lonnie Chisenhall, 3B CLE||Anthony Gose, CF DET|
|Last 10 Games|
Tigers' Rajai Davis leading off Tuesday vs. Pirates
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(4/14/15) Tigers center fielder Rajai Davis is in the starting lineup and leading off in his team's matchup with the Pirates Tuesday.
Davis has just one hit in eight at-bats this season, but he's 4 for 9 with three extra-base hits against Tuesday starter A.J. Burnett in his career. With Davis in the lineup, Anthony Gose is on the bench.
Designated hitter Victor Martinez remains out of the lineup with the Tigers playing in a National League park Tuesday. The Tigers are underdogs (+110) against the Pirates, per VegasInsider.com.
Tigers CF Anthony Gose collects three hits in 7-1 win over Twins
|by Dave Peters | CBSSports.com|
|(4/9/15) Tigers center fielder Anthony Gose went 3 for 5 at the plate on Thursday. Gose doubled with two singles, scoring three runs of his own in the club's 7-1 victory over the Twins.
Gose increased his batting average on the season to .545.
Anthony Gose totals three RBI in Tigers debut
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(4/8/15) Outfielder Anthony Gose shined in his Tigers debut Wednesday against the Twins. He went 3 for 6 with one run, one double, one triple and three RBI.
Gose tripled in his third at-bat in the fourth inning, which scored Alex Avila and Jose Iglesias. He singled in the fifth inning, and then had an RBI double in the seventh.
Gose did not start in the season opener, as Rajai Davis started in center field for Detroit.
Ausmus: Rajai Davis will face lefties, Anthony Gose will face RHPs
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(4/8/15) Tigers outfielder Rajai Davis is slated to face the vast majority of shouthpaws and outfielder Anthony Gose will face the majority of right-handed pitchers to start the season, manager Brad Ausmus told reporters, per the Detroit Free Press on Wednesday.
"Raj is going to see probably the vast majority of the lefties," Ausmus said, per MLB.com. "Anthony's going to see the majority of the righties. And there's going to be times where Raj, whether it's a matchup situation or he just needs to play because we haven't seen a lefty, is also going to face righties. You probably could say the same thing about the catchers."
Davis slashed .304/.358/.446 with 15 homers and 87 RBI over 951 career at-bats against left-handed pitchers. Gose is a career .241 hitter with five home runs and 32 at-bats against right-handed hitters. He is hitting leadoff against the Twins on Wednesday.
Anthony Gose makes his Tigers debut Wednesday
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(4/8/15) After sitting out the opener in favor of Rajai Davis, Tigers outfielder Anthony Gose drew his first start of the season Wednesday against the Twins. Gose, who was acquired in the offseason in a trade with the Blue Jays, started in center field and hit leadoff.
Gose, who is expected to share playing time in center field with Davis, had a pretty good offensive performance during spring training. He hit .299 with three triples, four doubles, seven RBI, 12 runs, five walks and six stolen bases in 24 spring games.
|2014 summary: A toolsy outfielder who was once a favorite of general manager Alex Anthopoulos (he tried to land him in the deal that sent Roy Halladay to the Phillies in 2009 before finally nabbing him in a three-team trade a few months later), Anthony Gose didn't take to the Blue Jays like they thought he would. He got extensive playing time over the final two-thirds of last season but hit only .226, lowering his career mark to .234 in 552 at-bats. He wasn't much better in the minors, continuing a two-year trend of declining numbers there.|
Playing time status: For as much as Anthopoulos once coveted Gose, he had a pretty easy time letting him go this offseason, shipping him to the Tigers for second base prospect Devon Travis, Gose's polar opposite in terms of ceiling and projectability. Now, the Tigers are the one cultivating all that talent, and as things currently stand, he's likely to get the majority of the starts in center field.
2015 outlook: Of course, he'll have to hit to keep the job, especially on an expected contender. He doesn't need to win a batting title or anything, but if he can bat .250 with his speed, he's a candidate for 30-plus steals over a full season. Keep an eye on Gose's progress this spring. He could be a sleeper in Rotisserie leagues.
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|4/19/15||CHW||1:08 pm||Jose Quintana|
|4/20/15||NYY||7:08 pm||CC Sabathia|
|4/21/15||NYY||7:08 pm||Nathan Eovaldi|
|4/22/15||NYY||7:08 pm||Adam Warren|
|4/23/15||NYY||1:08 pm||Masahiro Tanaka|
|4/24/15||CLE||7:08 pm||Danny Salazar|
|4/25/15||CLE||1:08 pm||T.J. House|