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Should the Tigers Take a Flier on Garrett Jones?

The New York Yankees recently designated first baseman/corner outfielder/pinch-hitter extraordinaire Garrett Jones for assignment. Should the Tigers take a chance on the one-time Minnesota Twin? The book on Jones is pretty straight forward. He mashes right-handed pitching (.265 career batting Read More

Detroit Tigers: Series Against Mariners is a Golden Opportunity

Things aren’t going according to plain in Detroit. Not a single soul thought the team would be below .500 this far into the season. Sure, the starting pitching would be taking a slight step back, but the defense would be Read More

Detroit Tigers Remaining Schedule Without Miguel Cabrera

With Miguel Cabrera missing what will amount to six weeks, here’s a look at the Tigers upcoming schedule over those six weeks. (RELATED: Miguel Cabrera Replacements). After taking two of three against the Blue Jays, the Tigers travel to Seattle Read More

3 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 4-1 Loss Versus the Kansas City Royals

Two The number of hits by the Mariners. Austin Jackson and Robinson Cano were the only M’s with hits. This offensive output simply isn’t going to cut it, even against minor league opposition, much less Major League opposition. Nine The Read More

5 Stats to Know from the Detroit #Tigers’ 6-5 Win versus the Kansas City #Royals

13 The number of hits allowed by David Price in 6.1 innings pitched. Price exited with an apparent injury. The Detroit ace also allowed five runs (four earned) and struck out one. He didn’t walk any batters. Seven The number Read More

5 Stats to Know from the Detroit Tigers 6-4 Win vs the Kansas City Royals

11 The number of hits collected by the Tigers as a team. They easily out-hit the Royals, who managed a comparatively paltry six hits. 15 The number of pitches needed by Detroit closer, and former Royal, Joakim Soria to pitch Read More

Seven Stats to Know from the Detroit Tigers’ 2-1 Win over the Kansas City Royals

Because I missed the last game, I decided to offer up more stats. Here’s the numbers to know from the Tigers’ 2-1 win over the Royals. Three The number of hits by leadoff hitter Anthony Gose. While Devon Travis (who Read More

Detroit Tigers: Don’t Count the Tigers Out of the Playoffs

Thanks to the Kansas City Royals being reigning American League Champions and the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians making significant improvements in the offseason, the trendy pick is to not pick the Tigers to win their fifth consecutive AL 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 Thanks: It’s Not Thanksgiving, But it Certainly Isn’t Too Early to Say Thanks to Baseball Part 3

Thanks to the Milwaukee Brewers and San Diego Padres for Ryan Braun and Chase Headley’s collective one-upping competition for the National League RBI crown. Outside of that there wasn’t anything outstanding from either of you. (Prepares to write next part, Read More