Posted an 11-7 record with a 3.06 ERA (159.0IP/54ER), 136 hits allowed, 42 walks and 132 strikeouts in 26 starts during his rookie season in 2016... Earned American League Rookie of the Year honors by the BBWAA, becoming the fifth Tigers player to earn the honor and the first since Justin Verlander in 2006...named the American League Rookie of the Year by The Sporting News and American League Oustanding Rookie in the Players Choice Award balloting...Finished 10th in voting for the American League Cy Young Award...Tabbed the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association Tigers Rookie of the Year... Selected to Baseball America's Major League All-Rookie Team... Among AL pitchers with at least 150.0 innings pitched, Fulmer ranked third with a 3.06 ERA, while he was seventh with a .231 (136x590) opponents batting average and a 1.12 WHIP... Finished his rookie season with 132 strikeouts, which were the second most by a rookie pitcher in Tigers history, trailing only Les Cain, who struck out 156 batters as a rookie in 1970... Assigned to Triple A Toledo to begin the season - started three games with the Mud Hens and went 1-1 with a 4.11 ERA (15.1IP/7ER) and 20 strikeouts. Recalled from Triple A Toledo prior to the game on April 29 - made his major league debut that night at Minnesota and earned the win, allowing two runs on seven hits with one walk and four strikeouts in 5.0 innings…struck out Brian Dozier in the first inning for the first strikeout of his major league career... Recorded the first double-digit strikeout game of his major league career on May 21 vs. Tampa Bay, striking out 11…added a second game with 10-or-more strikeouts on July 1 at Tampa Bay, fanning 10... Threw 7.2 shutout innings on May 27 at Oakland, allowing three hits with one walk and three strikeouts - with his performance, Fulmer became just the third Tigers pitcher since 1913 to throw at least 7.2 shutout innings and allow three hits-or-less in one of his first six career starts, joining Pat Underwood on May 31, 1979 at Toronto and Earl Whitehill on September 29, 1923 vs. Cleveland...Won his third straight start on June 1 at Los Angeles (AL), throwing 7.2 shutout innings with two hits allowed, two walks and eight strikeouts - with his performance, Fulmer became just the second Tigers pitcher since 1913 to have backto-back starts of 7.0-or-more shutout innings with three-or-fewer hits allowed, joining Mickey Lolich, who had back-toback shutouts with three-or-fewer hits allowed on September 9 and 15, 1968…also became the second Tigers pitcher since 1913 to win five of his first seven career starts, joining Zach Miner, who won six of his first seven career starts in 2006... Carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning of the game on June 1 at Los Angeles (AL) before allowing a two-out single to C.J. Cron -- according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Fulmer became the first Tigers rookie to have a no-hit bid of that length since Bill Slayback, who went seven innings before allowing a hit in his major league debut on June 26, 1972 against the Yankees... Threw 6.0 shutout innings with two hits allowed, three walks and five strikeouts in the game on June 6 vs. Toronto - became the first Tigers pitcher since at least 1913 to have three straight starts with 6.0-or-more shutout innings and three-or-fewer hits allowed... Threw at least 6.0 shutout innings and allowed three-or-fewer hits in four straight starts from May 27-June 12 - according to the Elias Sports Bureau, since 1893, when the mound was moved to 60 feet, 6 inches away from the plate, Fulmer and Jake Arrieta (September 22, 2015-April 4, 2016) are the only two pitchers to record four consecutive starts of 6.0-or-more shutout innings and three-or-fewer hits allowed...Had a consecutive scoreless innings streak of 33.1 innings from May 21-June 17, which was snapped with a two-out solo homer in the sixth inning by Kansas City's Salvador Perez…the streak ranks as the longest by a Tigers pitcher in franchise history, and according to the Elias Sports Bureau, the streak was the second longest by a rookie pitcher since 1971, trailing only a streak of 35.0 scoreless innings by Fernando Valenzuela during the 1981 season...Named Tigers Pitcher of the Month for June after starting five games and posting a 3-1 record with a 0.61 ERA (29.2IP/2ER), 14 hits allowed, 13 walks and 24 strikeouts…led the majors with a 0.61 ERA during the month, while he was second with a .140 opponents batting average... Allowed one run-or-fewer in eight starts from May 21-July 1, becoming one of only six pitchers since 1913 to have eight straight starts with one-or-fewer runs allowed, joining Bob Gibson (11 straight starts, June 6-July 30, 1968), Josh Johnson (8 straight starts, May 13-June 20, 2010), Derek Lowe (8 straight starts, August 31, 2008-April 10, 2009), Johan Santana (8 straight starts, August 23-September 29, 2004) and J.R. Richard (8 straight starts, August 3-September 6, 1979)...Recorded his ninth win of the season on July 6 at Cleveland - according to the Elias Sports Bureau, Fulmer became the third rookie in franchise history to win at least nine games before the All-Star break, joining Mark Fidrych in 1976 (9-2) and Justin Verlander in 2006 (10-4)... Over a 10-start stretch from May 21-July 17, compiled a 7-1 record with a 0.83 ERA (65.1IP/6ER) and 55 strikeouts - according to the Elias Sports Bureau, since the major leagues began keeping track of earned runs just over 100 years ago, no other pitcher has compiled an ERA that low over a span of 10 successive starts in the season of his major league debut…over the last 50 seasons, the only other rookie to produce an ERA below 1.00 over a span of 10 consecutive starts was Cal Eldred, who had an ERA of 0.95 over a 10-start run for the Brewers in August and September, 1992...Threw the first complete game and shutout of his career on August 14 at Texas, allowing four hits and striking out nine…became the first Tigers rookie pitcher to throw a shutout since Justin Verlander on May 22, 2006 at Kansas City... Pitched 7.0 innings in the game on September 9 vs. Baltimore, allowing two runs on three hits with one walk and five strikeouts…in his first eight career starts at Comerica Park, Fulmer had a 2-2 record with a 2.90 ERA (49.2IP/16ER) and 38 strikeouts - according to the Elias Sports Bureau, over the last 25 years, only two other Tigers pitchers have had an ERA under 3.00 over their first eight MLB starts at their home park as Mike Maroth had a home ERA of 2.44 after eight starts in 2002 and Jeff Weaver had a 2.76 home ERA in 1999. Lefthanded hitters posted a .222 (67x302) average, while righthanders batted .240 (69x288) against him... Started 10 games at Comerica Park and had a 3-2 record with a 3.00 ERA (60.0IP/20ER) and 50 strikeouts…made 16 starts on the road and went 8-5 with a 3.09 ERA (99.0IP/34ER) and 82 strikeouts... Posted a 9-2 record with a 2.11 ERA (76.2IP/18ER) and 72 strikeouts in 13 games prior to the All-Star break, while he went 2-5 with a 3.94 ERA (82.1IP/36ER) and 60 strikeouts in 13 games following the All-Star break.