The Detroit Tigers would have to spend about $20 million if they wanted to keep all their arbitration-eligible players in 2020.
by: Lynn Henning, The Detroit News — Detroit News 7 Oct
Beau Burrows pitched at Triple-A Toledo and in 15 games had a 5.51 ERA., with the former first-round pick dealing with biceps and oblique injuries.
by: Anthony Fenech, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 4 Oct
A look back at the 2019 Detroit Tigers season. As you may imagine, these memories don't have much to do with their play this season.
by: Chris McCosky, The Detroit News — Detroit News 3 Oct
Expect the Tigers to do some significant tilling of the 40-man roster this off-season to make room for either possible free agents or a few more prospects
by: Evan Woodbery | firstname.lastname@example.org — Michigan Live 3 Oct
We grade each Tigers' offensive player after a rough 2019 season.
by: Jason Beck — MLB: Tigers 3 Oct
Is this the offseason that the Tigers start pursuing top free-agent players again? In a word, no. Though owner Christopher Ilitch and general manager Al Avila insist they’ll expand payroll to bring in impact veterans when the time is ready, that...
by: Evan Woodbery | email@example.com — Michigan Live 2 Oct
Tigers 3 burning questions
by: Evan Woodbery | firstname.lastname@example.org — Michigan Live 1 Oct
A sober review of the roster offers few reasons for encouragement that 2020 will be markedly better than the club’s 47-114 record in 2019.
by: Anthony Fenech, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 30 Sep
This last-place AL Central finish — the Detroit Tigers’ third in the past five years — was not just any last-place finish.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 30 Sep
That's a lot of dingers! Major league batters finished with 6,776 home runs, shattering the previous single-season record of 6,105 set two years ago.
by: Evan Woodbery | email@example.com — Michigan Live 29 Sep
The Tigers lost to the Chicago White Sox 5-3 on Sunday afternoon to finish the season 47-114.
by: Anthony Fenech, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 29 Sep
With a 5-3 loss to the White Sox on Sunday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field, the Detroit Tigers’ 2019 season is officially in the books.
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