Detroit Tigers Previews
Three outfielders fighting for one spot means Akil Baddoo will have to take the next step in 2023.
The right-hander continues to improve, but he needs to finally stay healthy for the long haul.
There are still plenty of open questions with just seven days left on the Grapefruit League calendar.
The right-hander looks close to recapturing his 2021 form as he returns from elbow surgery.
A strong spring from the veteran reliever has him leading the rest of the lefties vying for a bullpen role.
The smart money is all betting on Torkelson to improve. The fans want to see it before they believe it.
The former catcher of the future is back and swinging a hotter bat than expected.
Rotation depth? Full-time reliever? We’re not sure yet, but Hill has been a good story and continues to improve.
He’ll probably be primarily at third base, but could fit into a lot of different spots for the Tigers.
Scott Harris has stockpiled a lot of depth arms, but I like these five the best.
Mentorship and a few more milestones are in store for Miggy’s send-off.
The scrappy underdog has fought his way to the brink of a nice major league career, but has one more big hurdle to clear.
The outfielder was one of the biggest breakouts in the minor leagues last season. Now he looks to build on his gains.
Let’s take an early crack and evaluating Harris and the Tigers’ situation in general as spring camp kicks into high gear.
The big right-hander is back looking to make it two in a row over the Royals.
Spencer Torkelson and Ryan Kreidler will join the team today but probably won’t see action until Friday against the Royals.
The offense will face a tough opponent in breakout rookie George Kirby.
Meanwhile, Riley Greene appears to have hit another gear after some early struggles.
Tigers travel to Texas to tackle the team that terminated their top taskperson too.
At this point in the season, it’s just nice to see a fresh opponent, so this should be an enjoyable little series.
The Cleveland Guardians come to town and send Shane Bieber to the mound to kickoff a three game series.
The Tigers begin a seven game homestand on Thursday night.
With all the uncertainty eliminated, the Tigers just need to focus on good baseball for the rest of the year.
Manning made his season debut on April 11 before suffering an injury just five days later.
The first place Twins will be a tough test before the Tigers return home.
The first 99 games have not gone according to plan.
The Tigers need to find some answers over the final 10 weeks of the season.
The Tigers look to fight through their Progressive Field record to finish the first half on a high note.
After holding on to a victory Tuesday night, the Tigers have a shot to split the series Wednesday.