We've got two buses, Coke and a monstrous rotation.
How do the 2013 Tigers rank in offensive categories against the league, and against the 2012 Tigers?
After attending three Tiger games in Anaheim, I have a few observations to share from the harrowing experience.
The Tigers will "leave no stone unturned" to find their closer for 2013. Jose Valverde is just one possibility, and they have nothing to lose by signing him to a minor league contract.
Justin Verlander would be baseball's highest paid player starting in 2015, as of the contracts signed at this time. Here are the 125 highest paid players for the 2013 season.
The annual Forbes report on the values of MLB's 30 franchises is out. The Tigers are the 13th most valuable franchise, but still show a slight net loss in revenue
With Rondon optioned to the minors, the Tigers have several candidates to close, or could use a committee.
Bruce Rondon was expected to be the Tigers' closer, having never thrown a pitch in the major leagues. They made a similar move with Scott Sizemore and it didn't turn out so well. This time, they didn't repeat that mistake.
Tigerdog responds to Phil Coke's Brain! Patrick has found enough Tiger droppings around the majors to patch together a his own roster of former Tigers.
When the Tigers decided to send Drew Smyly to the bullpen instead of Toledo, they may have cost themselves a few million dollars.
The Tigers will keep Rick Porcello in the rotation, but Drew Smyly is also on the opening day roster, in the bullpen.
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