The Anibal Sanchez deal became official today as the Tigers put the finishing touches on one of top rotations in baseball. The club held a press conference at Comerica Park officially announcing the five-year deal.
"I'm not upset, I'm not sore. I signed with one of the best teams, if not the best team, in baseball.'"
Sanchez left money on table, and other tidbits
Beck's Blog, Jason Beck
As if you couldn't like him anymore ...
Winter Ball Update 2012: Part Four
Walkoff Woodward, Erin Saelzler
As we head into the final weeks of the regular season, your current league leaders are the Aguilas Cibaeñas/Estrellas de Oriente (Dominican Republic, both 30-17), the Tomateros de Culiacan (Mexico, 13-7), the Criollos de Caguas (Puerto Rico, 18-10), and the Leones del Caracas/Navegantes del Magallanes (Venezuela, 30-24).
PCB’s Guide to the Holidays.
The holidays can sure be a stressful time. With all the extra work of preparing food, buying presents, and trying to figure out what the heck Kwanzaa is, it can be downright maddening.
And There Goes Plan B (Or Was It Plan A?)
The Daily Fungo, Mike McClary
Not sure I speak for the majority of Tigers fans, but I’ve given up hope that anyone but Jhonny Peralta would be the Opening Day lineup for the Tigers.
Why Trading Rick Porcello For A Reliever Would Be Horrible For The Detroit Tigers
Motor City Bengals, Matt Snyder
I'd still like to see Porcello considered for a relief position, even at closer. Though I think I'm mostly alone in those sentiments.
Anibal Sanchez jumps into a giant pile of money.
Roar of the Tigers, Samara Pearlstein
I imagine it would be fun to jump into a giant pile of money. Perhaps I'll know someday.