Michigan Live "The Detroit Tigers have traded right-hander Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals for three players. The Tigers obtained infielder/outfielder Steve Lombardozzi, relief pitcher Ian Krol and minor-league pitcher Robbie Ray in return for Fister. Lombardozzi is a second baseman/left fielder..." December 03
Max Scherezer will start Game 1 for the #Tigers. He will be followed by Verlander Sanchez and Fister.
CBSSports.com "In the third inning of Sunday afternoon's game against the Royals, Tigers right-hander Doug Fister hit Kansas City catcher Salvador Perez with an up-and-in pitch. Perez took first base and was fine, but it was Fister's league-leading 14th hit batsman of the season. Ian Kennedy and Justin Masterson..." July 21
Detroit News "With their success against Houston this season, the Tigers may be wondering why the Astros didn't move to the American League sooner. Prior to this season, the Tigers were 6-9 all-time against Houston but they are enjoying a dominant stretch, winning the first five, including a four-game sweep..." May 15
Michigan Live "Doug Fister provided the pitching, Miguel Cabrera the power. Thanks in part to those two, the Detroit Tigers are now all alone in first place. Fister pitched extremely well for seven innings and Miguel Cabrera homered and knocked in four runs Tuesday night as the Tigers earned a 6-2 victory..." April 17
Detroit Free Press "Doug Fister struck out five over the first three innings. He also gave up four earned runs in a 4-2 loss to the Blue Jays on Saturday at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. Fister left in the fourth inning after loading the bases with none out. Jose Bautista, who hit a two-run home run in the first..." March 10