1. Jim Leyland: History Will Judge Him Favorably in Detroit, as It Should

    The year still looms there, like the cheese that stands alone. 1984. It used to be 1968. That was the year that all Tigers fans would reference, sometimes happily, sometimes wistfully, sometimes pessimistically...

    Greg Eno Written by Greg Eno about 9 months ago 934 reads 5 comments

  2. Is Former Detroit Tigers Manager Jim Leyland a Hall of Famer?

    On Monday morning, Jim Leyland stepped down as manager of the Detroit Tigers, leaving behind a 22-year career on the bench and a legacy that should ultimately land him a plaque in Cooperstown...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 9 months ago 1,940 reads 5 comments

  3. Jim Leyland Resigns as Detroit Tigers Manager

    Jim Leyland has been the Detroit Tigers' manager since 2006, leading them to a pair of American League pennants, but the 68-year-old skipper has decided to resign from his position...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 9 months ago 121,422 reads 138 comments

  4. 2013 ALCS: Five Questions for the Detroit Tigers Heading into in Game 5

    Tied 2-2, the American League Championship Series will feature its final game in Detroit’s Comerica Park tonight. The Tigers ' Anibal Sanchez (1-1, 4.35) faces Boston ’s Jon Lester (1-1, 1...

    Chris Kudialis Written by Chris Kudialis about 9 months ago 389 reads 0 comments

  5. Jim Leyland's Top 5 Managerial Moments

    With over 3,500 games and 22 years as a Major League Baseball manager, Tigers ’ skipper Jim Leyland is extending that total right now in the ALCS...

    Chris Kudialis Written by Chris Kudialis about 10 months ago 821 reads 0 comments

  6. Detroit Tigers: Is It Time to Shake Up the Batting Order?

    Let’s be honest: The Detroit Tigers have only made it this far in the postseason due to their pitching. The bats have been pretty quiet against the Oakland A’s and Boston Red Sox ...

    PJ Sapienza Written by PJ Sapienza about 10 months ago 676 reads 4 comments

  7. 2013 ALCS: Keys for the Detroit Tigers Against Boston in Game 3

    After a dramatic two-game split in Boston, the Detroit Tigers return home for a crucial Game 3 in the first of three consecutive games to be played at Comerica Park...

    Chris Kudialis Written by Chris Kudialis about 10 months ago 564 reads 0 comments