Detroit Tigers Opinions
The Tigers have four in the top 100 now, according to MLB Pipeline, and the new top 30 in the system is also available.
Eduardo Rodriguez is having a better season than the former White Sox ace, for example. It’s not that close either.
One of the more interesting rumors about the Tigers’ deadline plans connects them to a young and exciting outfielder with some flaws.
The Tigers top outfield prospect is right down the road in Toledo, just waiting for the good word.
The shortstop’s comments after being benched on Thursday night point to the real issue with his game.
The Tigers have a few more decisions to make over the final weekend of spring camp.
The Scott Harris led Tigers continue to search high and low for talent, and that process is a story in its own right.
Several prospects and a couple of minor league signings are making their presence felt. So are the new rules.
Let’s take an early crack and evaluating Harris and the Tigers’ situation in general as spring camp kicks into high gear.
It was a measured, sensible offseason in most respects, but it didn’t generate much optimism about the 2023 Tigers.
The much maligned center field wall is coming in a bit, among other changes.
Bless You Boys staff member Mr. Sunshine gives his take on last season’s Tigers based on the 2022 movies he watched this year.
Scott Harris told us what he values, and he certainly leaned into that profile in his first big move.
After two rounds of a thrilling postseason so far, only four teams remain to fight it out for the World Series title. Just for fun, let’s rank ‘em!
With 2022 over and all of Avila’s blue-chip prospects graduated, the farm is still in solid shape for Scott Harris to build on.
The new president of baseball operations breaks the mold of several decades of Tigers’ decision-making.
Pitch clocks, the end of the shift, and bigger bases were all approved on Friday.
Thoughts on the final week of the Avila years, and how the Tigers should move forward with their search for a replacement.
Five years into the rebuild, and seven years after taking over as GM, Avila just isn’t the man to get the job done.
Happy Opening Day!
The pair are ready for the test, and the new CBA incentives make it more palatable for teams to pass on gaming service time.
Al Avila says the Tigers are done adding major league talent, so let’s grade their offseason.
If Detroit’s shot-callers aren’t careful, believing in the team’s array of prospects too soon could lead to another round of heartbreak.