Detroit Tigers News
Negotiations continue Tuesday, with owners’ counter proposals expected shortly.
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.
According to ESPN, the offer was worth $275 million for ten years
Well, this is much better than we’re used to seeing, but we need more, Tigers.
Detroit selects RHP Elvis Alvarado and RHP Nick Kuzia in the minor league portion of the Rule 5 draft.
The Golden Days committee selects players from the 1950-1969 era.
Ok, we really like this as a thoughtful piece of depth-building.
Javy Báez is both fun and frustrating, but he would provide a big upgrade for the Tigers at the shortstop position.
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.
The hot stove is raging with the likely lockout squeezing the timeline.
As MLB experiments with a pre-tacked baseball in the Arizona Fall League, the issue didn’t appear to affect the Tigers, with one exception.
Yep, more Dodgers player development poaching, while out in Arizona, it is outfield prospect Eric de la Rosa’s time to shine.
The Tigers’ overhaul of the front office continues as they have a new man to spearhead their efforts in Latin America.
Some of these just aren’t going to work out.
Bally will continue to be the home of both Ilitch sports franchises for years to come.
Hinch and GM Al Avila’s post-season presser had some gems for the fans.
He’s a familiar name, but his coaching career didn’t make him an obvious candidate, at least to us.
Coaching vacancies will allow their new VP of Player Development to build his own staff once the Tigers make a hire there.
Avila spent eight seasons with the Tigers as part of a 13-year MLB career.
The new breed is taking over.
The total picture places Cabrera among baseballs greatest of all-time.