After Sunday's game, a chunk of concrete fell on the 100-level concourse at Comerica Park. Even though there were still fans in the area, luckily no one was reported injured. A repair was made to one of the steps leading up to the upper deck on Monday while the Tigers were on the road in Cincinnati, according to a statement made by Ron Colangelo, vice president of communications. The statement also included that "a thorough inspection deemed all areas to be structurally sound and secure."
Brad Ausmus searching for balance at first base, hopes to play Miguel Cabrera there more regularly - MLive, Chris Iott
Brad Ausmus is easing Miguel Cabrera's playing time at first base, but at the same time doesn't want to overuse Victor Martinez at that position. Both players have missed time this year due to injury.
Future is unclear for Tigers rookie Farmer - Detroit News, Lynn Henning
Is Buck Farmer a starter or a reliever? Personally, I think he's a reliever.
Castellanos' fielding evolution: 'He needs to stay humble, hungry' - Detroit News, Chris McCosky
After working with coach Matt Martin in the off-season, Castellanos' fielding has gone from horrible to below average.
Detroit Tigers prospect Michael Fulmer gaining admirers - Detroit Free Press, Steve Schrader
New Tigers' pitching prospect Michael Fulmer is being ranked as a top prospect around MLB.
The Year BaseRuns Failed - FanGraphs, Dave Cameron
Basically it's been a fluky year for just about every team.
AL Rookie of the Year Watch: Carlos Correa still out front - CBSSports.com, David Brown
Former Tiger Devon Travis is mentioned as a candidate, but nothing on James McCann.
Jessica Mendoza becomes first female MLB broadcaster on ESPN - CBSSports.com, Mike Axisa
I'd like to see more female announcers.
Being wrong and right about Jose Iglesias - Minor League Ball, John Sickels
He's outperforming most everyone's expectations, much to the delight of Tiger fans.
The 5 biggest regrets of the last MLB offseason - SBNation.com, Grant Brisbee
No resigning Victor Martinez or trading Eugenio Suarez for Alfredo Simon, so there's that.
Michael Brantley is trading power for walks - Beyond the Box Score, Kevin Ruprecht
A good analysis on Michael Brantley's 2015 season compared to his 2014 season.
Here is every MLB team's logo changes through the years in one GIF - Big League Stew - Yahoo Sports, Chris Cwik
Get mesmerized by all the different logos.