Detroit Tigers Analysis
Here's our take on the day's news
Another excellent outing over the weekend has fans wondering if the Tigers have a future rotation piece in the 25-year-old right-hander.
Carpenter’s ongoing Cinderella story has the Tigers in much better position to break out of rebuilding mode.
The Tigers snagged two players off waivers in post-trade deadline roster fallout.
While we’d miss his filthy two-seamer and gorgeous mustache, Detroit could get a nice hitter in exchange.
Injuries have delayed their progress, but the future of the Tigers’ young arms remains a key component.
The San Francisco Giants have been the most aggressive and successful pinch-hitting team in the game the past two seasons.
Jake Rogers and Eric Haase have been a stabilizing force during a turbulent opening six weeks.
Scott Harris probably still has small moves to make, but Steamer projections say this is probably a 73-74 win club in 2023.
Scott Harris got a player to fill the role he needed, but managed to land substantial upside in the deal as well.
Scott Harris is serious about his rotation depth.
Scott Harris told us what he values, and he certainly leaned into that profile in his first big move.
Detroit has the sixth pick in Wednesday’s Rule 5 Draft.
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.