The Tigers have been entertaining trade talks with teams for Ian Kinsler on and off since last fall. In that time, they’ve traded Justin Verlander, Justin Upton, J.D. Martinez, Justin Wilson and Alex Avila, all for prospects.
While Alan Trammell awaits his Hall of Fame fate with the Modern Era Baseball committee next month, former Tigers Gary Sheffield, Johnny Damon and Aubrey Huff are among the eligible players on the traditional Baseball Hall of Fame ballot, as is Omar Vizquel, who served as Tigers first-base coach the past four seasons following a […]
After trading Justin Verlander and Justin Upton on Aug. 31, Tigers general manager Al Avila reiterated to MLB Network last week that his team remains in “full rebuild” mode. The Tigers’ next step could be dealing Ian Kinsler.
The Tigers spent much of the offseason so far clearing out space on their 40-man roster. Monday was the day for them to stock it up again, adding prospects to protect from the Rule 5 Draft ahead of an 8 p.m. ET deadline.
The two Arizona Fall League teams with the most prospect talent will meet Saturday for the championship when the Peoria Javelinas face the Mesa Solar Sox.
The Tigers have evolved from fielding a young lineup to a veteran lineup to now a rebuilding lineup. Through that whole time, they have had a heavily right-handed hitting lineup.
As the Tigers move ahead with their rebuilding project, their search for pitching is taking them a different route than past offseasons.
The Tigers are turning to a Toledo native and a Ron Gardenhire product to manage their Triple-A squad. Doug Mientkiewicz is the new manager of the Mud Hens.
As general manager Al Avila and the Tigers try to blend two modes of thinking into one direction, they’re all owning the moves together in this rebuilding process.
The recovery of former stars Ivan Rodriguez and Vladimir Guerrero from back injuries are what the Tigers are hoping for from Miguel Cabrera, whose back issues stemming from the World Baseball Classic hampered him throughout the worst offensive season of his 15-year Major League career.
As winter approaches, the Tigers’ reminder that it doesn’t last forever is set. TigerFest, the annual offseason fan celebration and season lookahead, is set for Saturday, Jan. 27, at Comerica Park.
The Tigers’ front office arrived at Major League Baseball’s General Manager Meetings ready to continue the trade talks that reshaped the roster over the summer. At this point, however, general manager Al Avila said they’re still in discussion mode.