When I read the article, I looked for the usual apostrophical errors (yes, I just invented a word). The use of “Richmond’s” as “Richmond has” is wrong. I should have realised that after studying past tenses in Spanish. They have different words depending on whether you’re speaking in the present of past events (e.g. yesterday, this morning, last night) or of historical past, and then it’s different between Spain and Latin America.
And yes, Tigers’ not Tiger’s.