The Tigers are looking for a veteran stopgap on a one-year deal, according to reports.
The Bless You Boys staff debates who the Tigers should target this winter.
The last few seasons were not always great, but end was not too bad.
TV ratings are down more than 70 percent over five years, while attendance has also plummeted.
In this Monday’s edition of the links, we talk free agents and who the Tigers might target this offseason.
The Indians will listen in on offers for some of their pricier veterans this offseason.
They have also claimed infielder Brandon Dixon from waivers
With the preliminary decisions out of the way, the real offseason begins on Saturday.
We all need more classic Tigers footage in our lives.
Hopes for a resurgence are dwindling as the injuries pile up.
An overview of performances from Arizona, the Dominican Republic, and Venezuela.
And no, we don’t mean emotionally.
Detroit ranked well defensively at most positions relative to the rest of the league.
Boyd will see a jump in salary next year thanks to MLB’s "Super Two" arbitration eligibility cutoff.
The Red Sox clinched their fourth championship in 15 years on Sunday evening.
Reyes was set up to fail after the Tigers selected him in the 2017 Rule 5 draft.
There are some interesting possibilities, but this is most likely just a negotiating ploy.
Want to play general manager and fix the Tigers? Here’s your chance.
Liriano was nothing close to what the Tigers hoped in 2018.
Preparations for the offseason saw the Tigers release several players on Wednesday.
Former Tigers brought home a Game 2 victory over the Dodgers.
The Dodgers will look to even the series at Fenway Park on Wednesday.
He has heart, hustle, and a lot of fun.
Chris Sale and his belly button ring will take on Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers at Fenway Park.
They’re an increasingly important part of the game these days. But can they predict anything?
The Bless You Boys staff talks about the talking points of this year’s postseason.
The righthander went from system afterthought to major league success in 2018.
The former Minnesota Twin is a versatile infielder who would have been a good fit on the Tigers roster.
He won’t sign with the Tigers, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t give him an offer.
Power and poise at the plate sweetened Stewart’s cup of coffee in September.
A modest investment in bullpen could pay off in the win column in 2019.