Detroit Tigers News
Looks like Fetter, and likely A.J. Hinch himself, are in this for the long haul.
After a two month delay due to a fractured foot, the #2 prospect in baseball per MLB Pipeline will finally debut.
Bakich put the Maize and Blue back on the national map with two Big Ten titles and a College World Series final appearance.
One step forward, one step back, as Matt Manning has been cleared to throw, and Casey Mize has not.
Riley Greene and others are getting on track to return to action, while Matt Manning now looks like he’ll be out a while.
Yet another injury in the rotation made the roster cuts rather simple, though Garneau was still a bit of a surprise.
He’s finally done it, and we couldn’t be prouder.
Also, Miguel Cabrera 3000 hits hype building, and Justin Verlander is, of course, back to dominating.
The Tigers’ start shortstop predictably lands on the injured list after missing a few games, while Casey Mize gets an MCL sprain diagnosis.
Daz Cameron has been recalled from Triple-A Toledo.
The Tigers and Orioles agreed to cancel Wednesday’s scheduled Grapefruit League finale.
Isaac Paredes and a comp pick will be heading the other way.
The Tigers social media team really crushed it with these short video features on the club’s top young players.
MLB’s average franchise now worth over a record $2 billion.
They also brought back starter Wily Peralta on a minor league deal.
Forgive us, we just want to bask in baseball’s return.
The former first overall pick in the Rule 5 never panned out for the Twins, but gives the Tigers bullpen some insurance.
A full 162 game schedule will be played; here are the details
Just as the sides drew close, MLB demanded an international draft, throwing the whole process back on its heels once again.
Competitive balance tax thresholds remain the main obstacle to agreement, and there was no movement there on Sunday.
Owners and players worked late into the night to complete a new collective bargaining agreement, but it’s still a ways from a done deal.
Originally planned for the 2020 season, the ceremony will now take place on August 6, 2022.
The automated strike zone is coming to Triple-A in 2022, according to league hiring notices. What does this mean for the catcher position?
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.