Detroit Tigers Roster, Payroll & Contracts
With the rotation and bullpen suddenly blown up by injuries, things are about to get even tougher for the Tigers.
Jake Rogers, come on down!
We’ve got you covered if you haven’t kept up over the offseason.
Joe Jiménez has been optioned to Triple-A Toledo, while Rule 5 pick Akil Baddoo has made the team.
A.J. Hinch confirmed that both pitchers will be on the active roster on Wednesday.
Slow off season market begins with a whimper and a sign of things to come.
The Tigers have finalized their active roster, and despite the extra roster spots, these are (mostly) familiar faces.
RHP Zack Hess was removed from the 60-man player pool while LHP Hector Santiago was released.
There are still spots available but the dance card is filling up quickly in the final week of camp.
The Tigers signed Chiang as a minor league free agent, but he’s on track to land a spot on the major league roster.
Detroit’s top overall pick now joins the team at summer camp.
Tigers won’t lose money if they play baseball in 2020
The Tigers have a $100 million payroll for their 26-man roster, barring any late additions.
With Michael Fulmer signed, Matthew Boyd leads the Tigers’ class of arbitration-eligible players.
The Tigers’ payroll is currently at its lowest level since 2006.
Players will become free agents if not on the roster by the end of the World Series.
Not all of these players will be on the roster in 2020.
The Tigers have a lot of work to do this coming winter.
After two years of losing money, the Tigers were back in the black in 2018.
Your complete guide to the Tigers’ 40-man roster, with options, service time, and free agency details.