Detroit Tigers Rumors
It makes sense to listen on everything, but the Tigers better be real careful before trading away their best player.
The Tigers could decide to accelerate their competitive timeline with a trade in Oakland’s fire sale.
The hot stove is raging with the likely lockout squeezing the timeline.
Yes the internet went nuts with speculation.
The former Red Sox starter would be a strong addition to the rotation.
If you aren’t selling, and you aren’t buying, you better have a good third path in mind.
The Tigers need to bolster their rotation. Reportedly, they’d like to do that by signing righty Taijuan Walker.
As the trade deadline looms large, the Tigers may find themselves parting with their left-handed long reliever.
Even if the Tigers don’t make the playoffs, Schoop has value to the organization.
The thinning free agent market still has options as spring training approaches.
This could happen, but it still feels quite unlikely.
More importantly, the Tigers are looking to improve for 2020 and beyond.
A potential Correa trade is fun to think about considering the Tigers’ history in this department.
The veteran has pitched in Korea the last few seasons. Could he return to MLB with the Tigers?
A veritable horde of former prospects and organizational filler hit free agency this week. The fun part is finding the potential high-value pickups.
The Tigers and Phillies have been scouting each other regularly since July.
The Tigers haven’t been players in the Asian market, but it’s certainly a good time to try something new.
The Cubs, Rays, and Phillies are still interested in him, however.
The Dodgers’ relief core needs help and Greene could provide some.