Detroit Tigers News
The Tigers’ rotation is likely set, while the bullpen is still taking shape.
Compelling performances from both right-handers on Thursday night may have tipped fortune in their favor as the starting roster assembles.
Rogers and Paredes have each seen the major leagues already and should get MLB playing time at some point in 2021.
A.J. Hinch confirmed that both pitchers will be on the active roster on Wednesday.
Niko Goodrum also mashed a moonshot, while Michael Fulmer put together his best outing of the spring.
With two weeks left in spring camp, several battles for the final rotation spots are coming into focus
A very complete performance for mid-March from your new look Detroit Tigers.
We look at booziest fanbases, pitching battles, and players rounding into form
After an electric debut in 2020, Skubal is working on a splitter to carry him to the next level.
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.
The nine players will earn from $970K to $6.5M for the 2021 season
The legend of Nerts is coming to West Michigan.
Grossman’s contract is worth $10 million over two years.
The Twins farmhand is a plus runner with some raw power.
The Tigers appear to have three of the top 38 selections in 2021.
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.
As expected, the Tigers front office kept all their arbitration eligible players on board.
A.J. Hinch now has a very experienced staff in place.