Detroit Tigers Season Preview
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The Tigers’ rotation was solid in 2019, and should be better this season.
The Tigers are looking for someone to take a step forward in the outfield this year.
Between two new signings and a more consistent role for Niko Goodrum, the Tigers should be much better on the dirt this year.
Even modest production from Austin Romine should lead to a massive improvement from the Tigers’ catching crew.
As long as he continues to hit, Niko Goodrum could find himself playing everyday, but at a different position each game.
Based on various statistical factors (and some gut feelings), who is in line to progress and regress this season?
The veteran starter has struggled since coming to Detroit, but his underlying numbers were much better last season.
With some offensive production and his old double play partner, things may not be all that bad.
Jones hasn’t hit well, and if that doesn’t change, the Tigers have some challengers coming for him in center field.
Harrison might not be the best choice statistically, but he could provide veteran leadership for a young roster.