Baseball America predicts that Detroit will spring for Vanderbilt’s star middle infielder.
The BYB staff debates which outfielder they would like to see land in Detroit.
The Tigers have prospects adorning many various lists, while spring lies just around the corner.
The Tigers have a $100 million payroll for their 26-man roster, barring any late additions.
The lefthander was designated for assignment on Monday.
MLB investigated possible changes in game balls, but their answers were sorely lacking.
The Tigers have a lot of work to do this coming winter.
Want to play general manager and fix the Tigers? Here’s your chance.
The BYB staff talks the week in baseball news from a Tigers perspective.
The conclusion of the league’s investigation into the Astros’ sign stealing scandal saw punishments handed out to all but those most responsible.
The team’s crop of pitching talent appears to be on the verge of producing at the major league level.
Manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow are each suspended for the 2020 season.
We have some farm news and evaluations, some major league preparations and some suggestions for who the Tigers might want to pick up before spring.
Detroit will have no arbitration hearings in 2020 after agreeing to contracts with its remaining eligible players.
The BYB staff talks baseball from a Tigers perspective.
Hernandez made steady progress but is still in need of a leap to boost his stock into true prospect status.
Recent pickup RHP Dario Agrazal was designated for assignment in a corresponding move.
Could the current Tigers repeat the success of 2006 within three years?
With Michael Fulmer signed, Matthew Boyd leads the Tigers’ class of arbitration-eligible players.