Yes, we checked to make sure they were loving on Donnie Kelly.
The Tigers former first-rounder spoke to BYB about his 2017 season and goals for the coming year.
The pitching prospect spoke with Bless You Boys about his arsenal, and much more.
Avila’s gamecalling helped keep Boyd focused, and gave the offense their opportune moment to wake up.
Wednesday wasn’t perfect, but Fulmer’s start showed the Tigers flashes of pitching maturity.
Romine is 6-for-11 with three doubles and a grand slam in his last three games.
Now, he has to stay in Detroit with quality outings.
Mahtook gave the Tigers their lost win back with one swing of the bat.
Norris’ arm is back to normal after a few days of dead arm at the end of spring training.
The Tigers’ 5th round steal agreed to talk to Bless You Boys about his development and offseason training regimen.
The Tigers’ top prospect joined us for an interview as he prepares for the upcoming season.
Less than a month before spring training, VerHagen is progressing well in his recovery.
A higher leg kick and a quicker windup helped Norris refine his command.
The players believe they can contend in 2017 with their current staff, and that sweeping changes would’ve been wasteful.
Avila will serve as a backup catcher in 2017, and that’s just fine with him.
BYB sat down with the Tigers’ top catching prospect, who is currently tearing up the Arizona Fall League.
K-Rod has gone through some rough spots this year, but it's more to do with learning the tendencies of the new league's hitters than anything else.
Castellanos’ return couldn’t have come at a more critical point of the year.
Wilson can pitch in any inning at any given time, and it gives him an edge that other relievers in baseball don't have.
The Tigers are 4.5 games behind the Indians in the AL Central, and one game out of the second Wild Card slot. Twenty-four of their remaining 30 games are against division opponents.
Martinez has been hot since his return and has no intention of slowing down.