The roster will look different by April 2019, but here’s a dispassionate look at the year to come.
by: Evan Woodbery | email@example.com — Michigan Live 16 Nov
If he can make strides at the plate, the 23-year-old could be in the Detroit Tigers lineup within a year.
by: Ashley MacLennan — SB Nation: Bless You Boys 15 Nov
There are internal and free agent options that could bolster the team behind the dish.
by: Anthony Fenech, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 9 Nov
Buckle up for boredom. The Detroit Tigers aren't expected to make a splash in free agency. And the product on the field won't be buzz-worthy, either.
by: Evan Woodbery | firstname.lastname@example.org — Michigan Live 5 Nov
A look at how the roughly two dozen Tigers playing winter ball are doing so far.
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by: Lynn Henning, The Detroit News — Detroit News 1 Nov
In the high-caliber Arizona Fall League, as well as in the Caribbean, top Tigers talent competes, while younger prospects add muscle at Tigertown.
by: Andy Patton — Fansided: Motor City Bengals 29 Oct
The Detroit Tigers will head into the offseason with nine arbitration eligible players. Will they non-tender any of them? One of the first tasks for Detroi...
by: Evan Woodbery | email@example.com — Michigan Live 24 Oct
As the temperatures dip in Detroit, winter ball is getting started down south.
by: Andy Patton — Fansided: Motor City Bengals 19 Oct
With the 2018 season coming to a close, we are providing year-end grades to each Detroit Tigers player who donned the Old English D in 2018. The Detroit Ti...
by: Steve Adams — MLB Trade Rumors 19 Oct
While the hires of chief baseball officer Derek Falvey and GM Thad Levine brought a more analytical approach to the …
by: Anthony Fenech, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 18 Oct
Mario Impemba and Rod Allen will not return for the Detroit Tigers, leaving a big question mark inside the television broadcasting booth: Who’s next?
by: N/A — MLB: Tigers 17 Oct
DETROIT -- For the third time since season's end, a Tiger is headed for surgery, albeit a relatively minor procedure this time. Catcher Grayson Greiner will have a bone chip removed from his right wrist on Tuesday, the team announced Wednesday on Twitter.