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The Tigers appear to have much of their full squad already on hand in Lakeland, and we’re just as anxious to get the season underway.
Wolfie has been released as the Tigers continue their tradition of cycling through a lot of minor league claims trying to stash as many project arms as possible in Toledo.
Most of the big boys are still on the board, other than Aaron Nola, but the depth starters are starting to move.
Meanwhile, Javy Báez puts the swim move on display, and the Tigers bullpen competition is still pretty wide open.
A lot of early talking points from camp will set up the main spring storylines.
Spring camp is now in session.
Monday was Truck Day, so let the countdown to spring training begin.
Matt Manning is working on his mechanics, while MLB Pipeline releases their top 100 prospect list.
Meanwhile, Colt Keith is still raking in the Arizona Fall League, and other stories...
The Seattle Mariners finally broke through to clinch their first postseason berth in 21 years, while the final spot in the National League remains in doubt.
The international draft would have 20 rounds if implemented and begin in 2024.
The Tigers selected Texas Tech 2B Jace Jung with the no. 12 pick in the FYPD Sunday night.
Also, Miguel Cabrera 3000 hits hype building, and Justin Verlander is, of course, back to dominating.
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.