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Meanwhile, an old friend of ours could use some help, and the glass ceiling has some cracks.
The comprehensive overhaul of the player development system continues.
The Golden Days committee selects players from the 1950-1969 era.
A flurry of signings, including a truly wild deal for Marcus Semien, has us set for a wild couple of days as the impending lockout nears.
Yep, more Dodgers player development poaching, while out in Arizona, it is outfield prospect Eric de la Rosa’s time to shine.
Hinch and GM Al Avila’s post-season presser had some gems for the fans.
Reaction to the Schoop deal, focus shifting to shortstop, and a roundup of news from the divisional races.
Dillon Dingler was robbed, but whatever...
We’ll also touch on the ball doctoring situation, restrictions being lifted, and why A.J. Hinch wanted Robbie Grossman
As we wait out the last days before real baseball we look at what went into some of the final roster decisions.
We look at booziest fanbases, pitching battles, and players rounding into form
We’re less than two weeks from the start of spring, so let’s consider the Tigers infield options, and investigate the league’s latest scheme to de-juice the baseball.
We look at what the Tigers might try to accomplish at the winter meetings this week, Willi Castro’s place in the organization, and some interesting baseball litigation.