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Detroit Tigers Rumors

Rumor: Nationals targeting Shane Greene as trade deadline nears

The Nats are in on Greene, but they may lack the key piece to make a deal.

What teams are interested in trading for Matthew Boyd?

The Tigers’ prized trade chip is seeming more and more likely to be cashed in.

Rumor: Phillies are in on the Matt Boyd sweepstakes

However, a lack of high end prospects makes for a narrow path to a deal.

Rumor: The Rays are interested in Joe Jimenez

It would be very hard for the Tigers to get proper value in a Jimenez trade.

Mets interested in Greene and Jimenez, per report

The Mets have checked in on both relievers, but are they really going to buy?

Rumor: Houston Astros interested in Matt Boyd

Astros GM Jeff Luhnow will no doubt drive a hard bargain.

Tigers close to minor league deal with Trevor Rosenthal, per report

Rosenthal gave up 16 runs in 6 1⁄3 innings with the Washington Nationals this year.

Brewers interested in Matthew Boyd, per report

Boyd could significantly improve Milwaukee’s chances at October baseball — and Detroit’s prospect coffers.

Tigers willing to trade Boyd, Greene, Castellanos

Nicholas Castellanos is also on the trade block this summer.

Tigers scouting RHP James Shields, per report

The Tigers, Rangers, and Indians have all scouted Shields’ side sessions lately.

Castellanos is still open to extension talks with the Tigers

Both parties say they’re open to the idea, but the Tigers seem set on waiting things out.

Who will be the Tigers’ DH in 2019?

From the in-house options to some free agent suitors, possibilities abound.

The Tigers should circle back to the free agent market

The offseason is far from over and plenty of useful players are going at bargain prices.

The Tigers should consider Stephen Vogt as a catcher

Vogt missed the entire 2018 season, but could be a perfect fit for Detroit.

Castellanos isn’t drawing any trade interest

But according to his agent, Castellanos is ready to move on.

Dodgers interested in Nicholas Castellanos, and maybe the Indians are too

The Dodgers traded away a bat-first corner outfielder this week and — surprise! — need a new one now.

Nick Hundley could be a nice backup catcher for the Tigers

Hundley has his flaws, but he would be a good veteran presence to help Grayson Greiner next season.

Jonathan Lucroy could be an option at catcher for the Tigers

The former All-Star is on the market again after a rough 2018 season.

Rumor: A’s interested in Blaine Hardy

Hardy had a tremendous 2018 season, and other teams are taking note.

Martin Maldonado may be a good match for the Tigers

The veteran fits the Tigers’ timeframe and price point reasonably well.

Rumor: The Tigers are interested in Ian Kinsler

It makes too much sense to not happen, right?

Here’s why the Tigers should want Troy Tulowitzki

The Blue Jays caught baseball by storm when they released Tulowitzki on Tuesday.

Tyson Ross’ ceiling could be impressive for Tigers

There is no guaranteeing that Ross will ever find his old stuff, but it was worth the risk for the Tigers.

Rumor: Braves, others interested in Castellanos

Is this the time for the Tigers to move their hard-hitting outfielder?

The all non-tendered team might be better than the current Tigers roster

How many of these players could help your favorite team?

The Tigers won’t sign Bryce Harper, but let’s dream anyway

We all can dream, right?

Tim Beckham is a great bounce-back candidate in 2019

Beckham wasn’t great in 2018. But then, which of the Tigers’ options were?

Yusei Kikuchi is coming to America

He won’t be landing in Detroit, unfortunately.

Jonathan Schoop would be oh so fun for the Tigers

Unfortunately, Schoop (or any of the other newly minted free agents) probably won’t be in a Tigers uniform next year.

Matt Shoemaker is perfect for the Tigers

He may be the best fit in the Tigers’ price range.

Justin Bour is worth a look from the Tigers

The lefty’s big bat could add some much-needed pop to the lineup.

Here’s why James Shields makes sense for the Tigers

He’s a shell of his former self now, but Shields is still a workhorse of a starter.


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