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Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees make for ideal trade partners regarding Michael Fulmer, Ian Kinsler

The Detroit Tigers should demand full value, if not more, for Michael Fulmer. If he’s dealt this winter, the New York Yankees are an ideal fit. Detroit Tigers ace Michael Fulmer would make for one of the most interesting trade Read More

Why the Tigers Should Sign Doug Fister in the Offseason

The 2015 Detroit Tigers starting pitching experiment has not gone to plan. Alfredo Simon and Shane Greene came out of the gates firing strikes and generally pitching extremely effectively. The results since have been awful. Even with his one-hit shutout Read More

The Detroit Tigers Aren’t Out of the Playoff Race Yet

Entering Friday, the Tigers sat an uninspiring 13 games out of the American League Central lead. However, they also began the day only five games back of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for the second wild card spot. Why Read More

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

Players the Tigers Should Target at the Trade Deadline: Tyler Clippard and Scott Kazmir

With the baseball season reaching its annual All-Star break, things aren’t exactly ginger-peachy in the Motor City. The win-now Detroit Tigers own a .500 record at 44-44 and are nine games out of first place. Given the Tigers’ recent track 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 Detroit #Tigers 12-4 Win vs the New York Yankees

Rejoice! The stats are back. After a short hiatus, these kind of pieces are back to stay at Know Hitter. Here’s three stats from Detroit’s triumphant 12-4 victory against the Yankees. Three The number of home runs by J.D. Martinez. Read More

4 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 3-1 Loss vs the New York Yankees

13 Again the M’s struck out 13 times in a game, this time most of the Ks came from the top of the order as Logan Morrison went down on strikes three times while Austin Jackson, Robinson Cano and Nelson Read More

5 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 5-3 Loss to the New York Yankees

13 The number of strikeouts by the team. This number simply isn’t going to cut it. It keeps the M’s from pulling away from bad teams, while it serves up victories to the better teams on silver platters. 23 The Read More

3 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 7-2 Loss vs the New York Yankees

One The number of hits by Mariners first baseman Logan Morrison in four at-bats. The Former Marlin also added a strikeout. In a surprising move, he hit leadoff. Seven The number of runs allowed by Felix Hernandez in 4.2 innings Read More