Detroit Tigers Rumors
The Nats are in on Greene, but they may lack the key piece to make a deal.
The Tigers’ prized trade chip is seeming more and more likely to be cashed in.
However, a lack of high end prospects makes for a narrow path to a deal.
Rosenthal gave up 16 runs in 6 1⁄3 innings with the Washington Nationals this year.
Both parties say they’re open to the idea, but the Tigers seem set on waiting things out.
The offseason is far from over and plenty of useful players are going at bargain prices.
Vogt missed the entire 2018 season, but could be a perfect fit for Detroit.
The Dodgers traded away a bat-first corner outfielder this week and — surprise! — need a new one now.
Hundley has his flaws, but he would be a good veteran presence to help Grayson Greiner next season.
The former All-Star is on the market again after a rough 2018 season.
The veteran fits the Tigers’ timeframe and price point reasonably well.
There is no guaranteeing that Ross will ever find his old stuff, but it was worth the risk for the Tigers.
How many of these players could help your favorite team?
We all can dream, right?
Beckham wasn’t great in 2018. But then, which of the Tigers’ options were?