Detroit Tigers Analysis
Here's our take on the day's news
If you aren’t selling, and you aren’t buying, you better have a good third path in mind.
Boyd has some regression coming, but there are good reasons to believe he won’t come unglued again.
The right-hander has scuffled trying to reinvent himself but took at step forward this weekend.
With two weeks left in spring camp, several battles for the final rotation spots are coming into focus
The BYB staff considers which of the Tigers youngsters will make the biggest impact.
The 26-year-old slugger won’t be a free agent until 2025.
The Tigers appear to have made a fine Rule 5 selection in OF Akil Baddoo
There’s a lot of noise in spring training results, but there are also some signals to watch for.
After an electric debut in 2020, Skubal is working on a splitter to carry him to the next level.
The veteran has fought through injury after injury in recent years, but remains effective when he’s healthy.
Underlying metrics suggest he can keep it going in Detroit.
Baseball America has Detroit taking a prep shortstop with massive upside.
If the Tigers are going to pay for just one bat, Brantley is probably the best we could hope for.
The left-handed farmhand proved to be a valuable piece of the Tigers’ 2020 pitching staff.
The longtime Cardinals starter has struggled in recent years but showed modest signs of resurgence in 2020.
Kid Rick is gone, but Man Rick might be a target the Tigers pursue this offseason.
The Statcast darling has spent years in the wilderness with elbow trouble. Could the Tigers be the one to reap the rewards?
The Rule 5 draft rarely yields meaningful MLB contributors, but the Tigers general manager has squeezed some value from the event.
The Red Bull gave Detroit wings in the starting rotation this summer, emerging as the de facto ace.
As expected, the Tigers front office kept all their arbitration eligible players on board.
The Twins have him on unrestricted waivers, but thus far no one is biting. Should the Tigers get involved?