Detroit Tigers Analysis
Here's our take on the day's news
Before we start suggesting specific players to acquire, let’s start by analyzing the traits the Tigers need to start building into their lineup in 2023 and beyond.
Based on these figures, Scott Harris has plenty of room to develop some payroll flexibility.
Detroit acquired Gipson-Long from the Minnesota Twins in the Michael Fulmer trade.
There are signs that the ball just isn’t bouncing the Tigers way so far, but it’s the thump that is lacking.
With Casey Mize out for the foreseeable future, and Matt Manning now questionable, how can the Tigers hang around .500 until they get healthy?
Isaac Paredes and a comp pick will be heading the other way.
After a solid first full season, Mize may just be getting warmed up.
The last few spots on the bench and in the bullpen are gaining clarity with 10 days left to Opening Day.
If Skubal can do a better job mixing in his secondary pitches to right-handers, he’s going to have a big year.
MLB’s average franchise now worth over a record $2 billion.
That’ll do just fine.
The former first overall pick in the Rule 5 never panned out for the Twins, but gives the Tigers bullpen some insurance.
These guys are going to sign at a furious pace in the coming days, so let’s just take an overview of the rather meager options available.
A full 162 game schedule will be played; here are the details
Owners will keep the players locked out, and major league spring training is now delayed.
Proposals for Competitive Balance Tax penalties threaten 2022 season.
The players may choose to reject mediation, based on past experience.
Proposals don’t match stated objectives from either side