The Detroit Tigers held a team meeting at 3 p.m. this afternoon, then declined to give any details about what was discussed.

Reporters were notified the clubhouse would be closed for the meeting. A sign said it was for players and coaches only.

Some position players were in the clubhouse when reporters were allowed back in after the meeting concluded. A few minutes later, the pitching staff came out of a separate meeting.

The team gathering comes a day after the Tigers opened the second half of the season with a 7-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays. The Tigers gave up 10 walks as the team fell 10 games below the .500 mark (39-49).

Manager Brad Ausmus, who confirmed he attended the team meeting, wouldn’t discuss anything about what was said. Ian Kinsler and Justin Upton both declined to say anything about the meeting as well.

Miguel Cabrera did tweet something after the meeting though: "I keep training hard each day and stay focus to become better and better everyday. #miggy24"

When asked about the Tigers giving up 10 walks Friday, Ausmus said the staff needs to throw more strikes.