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Detroit Tigers: Former Infielders Hitting Well With Other Teams

What do the Toronto Blue Jays’ Devon Travis, the Cincinnati Reds’ Eugenio Suarez and the Milwaukee Brewers’ Hernan Perez have in common? Not only are they all 24-years-old, they were all at one time (in the last year) a member Read More

Why The Tigers Should Sign Edwin Jackson

In an attempt to give their bullpen a different look, the Chicago Cubs have designated pitcher Edwin Jackson for assignment to make way for fellow reliever Rafael Soriano. Edwin Jackson DFA for Rafael Soriano. — Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) July 20, Read More

5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 2-1 Win over the New York Yankees

11 J.D. Martinez and Yoenis Cespedes both drove in runs in the win. It was the eleventh RBI for each player on the season. 2 The number of outs recorded by reliever Joba Chamberlain on only two pitches. The former Read More

Detroit Tigers: Statistical Impacts of New Additions

Yoenis Cespedes Acquired via: Trade, with Gabe Speier and Alex Wilson for Rick Porcello Maybe the biggest name brought in by the Tigers this offseason, Cespedes has come out of the gates swinging for Detroit. Entering Friday he was hitting Read More

5 Stats from the Detroit Tigers 1-0 Win over the Pittsburgh Pirates

10 The number of strikeouts by Tigers hitters. A 10/2 strikeout-to-walk ratio is never a good thing, but Detroit was able to pull out another win regardless. Two The number of hits surrendered by the Tigers pitchers. Detroit pitchers didn’t Read More

Detroit Tigers: Why Tom Gorzelanny Is the Perfect Signing

The Detroit Tigers’ bullpen has been the team’s ultimate downfall in recent postseasons. From Jose Valverde’s implosion, to the unlikely events in Boston, to the meltdown against Baltimore, the Tigers have had their share of problems in the department of Read More

Detroit Tigers: How to Replace Max Scherzer

Changes are coming for the Detroit Tigers. Don’t worry, they won’t be wholesale. The team will still stick to its identity—superb starting pitching and a slugging, star-driven, high-scoring offense. While the bullpen, and to a lesser extent, the bench will Read More

MLB August Trades Part One: Winners

Baseball’s biggest trade deadline is July 31st. Up until that date players can be moved without passing through waivers. After the 31st, players must be subjected to waivers if they are to be dealt. In the waiver process, the team Read More

Mapping the Tigers’ Off-Season Full

The baseball world was thrown into some disarray today. Jim Leyland stepped down. After decades in the game, according to Leyland, it was time to step down. Dave Dombrowski and the Tigers will have their own check-list of items to Read More

Mapping the Tigers' Off-Season Part Three: Upgrade in the Lineup and the Field

Even teams that win it all need to make changes and upgrade. You have to keep up with the Joneses. With Infante in danger of walking in free agency, second base could be a potential hole, once again, for the Read More