Detroit Tigers News
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.
The Tigers have another fresh face to debut.
Reaction to the Schoop deal, focus shifting to shortstop, and a roundup of news from the divisional races.
If you were looking for real signs that they’re going to give themselves a shot to compete in 2022...
The Tigers will play a scheduled doubleheader following the All-Star break.
Olson is the No. 6 prospect in the Brewers’ system, according to FanGraphs.
With their second selection on Day 1, the Tigers nabbed the best player on the board by a mile.
Dillon Dingler was robbed, but whatever...
Beau Burrows was designated for assignment as part of several Tigers roster moves.
Get the coffee ready for a late start!
Feels like we’re writing two of these posts a week.
It hasn’t been a great start to the year for Paredes, but he’ll get a chance to show his wares for a few games.
We’ll also touch on the ball doctoring situation, restrictions being lifted, and why A.J. Hinch wanted Robbie Grossman