1. Ex-Tigers Pitcher Robinson Dies at Age 52

    Jeff Robinson, who helped the Detroit Tigers to an AL East championship as a rookie in 1987 and went on to pitch in the major leagues through 1992, has died. He was 52...

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  2. Max Scherzer Gave Brayan Pena a Rolex

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  3. Dombrowski Share Continuing Concerns About Alex Avila's Health

    Alex Avila has suffered several concussions in recent years and it has the Tigers worried, despite doctors' assurances that Avila is not risking his long-term health by continuing to catch...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 3 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  4. Cabrera's Health Makes Martinez Deal Risky

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  5. What Cabrera's Surgery Means for Tigers

    The Tigers had been preparing themselves for the likelihood that Miguel Cabrera would need surgery to remove bone spurs in his right ankle, which would take out a chunk of his offseason workouts...

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  6. Victor Martinez Likely to Pursue Four-Year Deal After Monster Season

    Tigers star designated hitter Victor Martinez will try to capitalize on a monster season with a four-year deal as a free agent, according to sources...

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  7. Tigers Should Target Former Tampa Bay Rays Manager Joe Maddon

    Throughout the course of his career in Tampa Bay, Joe Maddon took a rag tag group of ballplayers and turned the Rays into one of the better teams in the American League over the last decade...

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  8. For Tigers, Big Salaries Mean Tough Decisions

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  9. Detroit Tigers: Why Detroit Doesn't Have to Make Any Major Offseason Moves

    Winter is coming for the Detroit Tigers . Or, in less ominous terms, the offseason is just around the corner...

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  10. Miguel Cabrera Injury: Updates on Tigers Star's Ankle and Recovery

    Reigning two-time American League MVP Miguel Cabrera was hampered by injuries for much of the 2014 campaign, and the Detroit Tigers slugger underwent surgery to correct the issues Wednesday...

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  11. In 'Pen Puzzle, Soria Appears to Be Piece to Keep

    DETROIT -- The Tigers have a decision looming on Joakim Soria, and it goes well beyond the $7 million club option in his contract for 2015 that must be exercised or declined soon after the World Series...

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  12. Tigers' Robbie Ray Impressive in Arizona Fall League

    After a regular season of unsuccessful starts in the major leagues, Detroit Tigers left-hander Robbie Ray is off to a successful start in the Arizona Fall League.....

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  13. Darnell Coles Leaves Detroit Tigers for Brewers

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 3 months ago 271 reads 0 comments

  14. After Whirlwind Year, Tigers' Buck Farmer Looks to 2015

    Detroit — Just before a phone call, Buck Farmer was walking his dog, Slider, a Cocker Spaniel and Cavalier King mix...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 3 months ago 123 reads 0 comments

  15. Four Free Agents Detroit Tigers Need for Bullpen Help

    For the Detroit Tigers bullpen, the 2014 season is one that could be erased from existence. Collectively, the Detroit pen finished 27th in the majors in ERA and 29th in WHIP.....

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  16. Will Tigers' Payroll Be Limited by Luxury Tax in 2015?

    It's official name is the "competitive balance tax," but it is more commonly referred to as the "luxury tax." That is the payroll level above which a Major League Baseball club must pay a 17...

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  17. Tigers Reserves Must Show Improvement Next Season

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  18. Mensching: Shields Could Help Tigers at Right Price

    Let's face it: Max Scherzer's career as a Tiger should now be spoken about in the past tense. Scherzer made a big bet on his future this spring when he turned down the Tigers ' offer ...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 3 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  19. Torii Hunter Likely to Continue Baseball Career in 2015

    Torii Hunter is spending a lot of his time right now watching his sons play college football, so he hasn't made a final decision regarding the 2015 season. But he is leaning toward another year of baseball...

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  20. Should the Tigers Bring Back Torii Hunter for 2015?

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  21. Tigers Payroll Set to Increase Again in 2015

    The Detroit Tigers are expected to see their payroll increase once again for the 2015 season, even if they lose some veteran players to free agency.....

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 3 months ago 389 reads 0 comments

  22. Jim Leyland: 2 Orders of Business at Arizona Fall League

    Former Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland said he might be heading west to watch some Arizona Fall League games...

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  23. Leyland Hopes People Stop Bashing AL Central

    Former Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland never agreed with those who saw the American League Central as a weak division in recent years...

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  24. Window Open for Tigers, but Division Could Be 3-Team Race in 2015

    Is the window closing for the Detroit Tigers ? The better question might be: Is the window opening wide for two other American League Central Division teams? And how will the Tigers ...

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  25. Tigers Hope for a Healthy Iglesias to Start at Shortstop

    DETROIT -- The Tigers will go into Spring Training in 2015 with the expectation that Jose Iglesias will be ready to go when camp begins in mid-February. If he meets that expectation, he's likely to be the Tigers' starting shortstop...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 3 months ago 54 reads 0 comments