Ian Kinsler’s breakthrough in Gold Glove Award voting lasted one year. The Tigers second baseman lost out to Minnesota’s Brian Dozier for the American League Gold Glove Award at second base in what could be considered an upset.
The Tigers are turning to a Toledo native and a Ron Gardenhire product to manage their Triple-A squad in the Glass City. Doug Mientkiewicz, who roughed up Tigers pitching as a Twins first baseman as part of a 12-year Major League career, is the team’s choice to manage the Mud Hens, according to a baseball […]
Alan Trammell and Jack Morris will get another chance at induction to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The former Tigers greats are on the 10-person Modern Baseball Era ballot that will be considered by a 16-person committee at next month’s Winter Meetings.
A.J. Simcox could not have picked a better time to hit his first Arizona Fall League home run. The Tigers farmhand connected on a two-run home run in the bottom of the fourth inning to give Mesa the lead and ultimately help power the Solar Sox to a 5-2 win over Scottsdale at Sloan Park.
As the Tigers embark on a multi-year rebuilding project this Hot Stove season, they’re looking for veterans who can fill holes, and rebound candidates who can bring value.
Gerson Moreno represents the Tigers in the Arizona Fall League’s 12th annual Fall Stars Game tonight at 8 ET. Watch live as the best prospects in the AFL square off on MLB Network and MLB.com.
Fifteen years after Ramon Santiago received his first callup by the Tigers, he got the call again. This one left him overjoyed, too.
The Tigers continued paring down their roster Friday, outrighting left-hander Kyle Ryan, right-hander Myles Jaye, catcher Bryan Holaday and first baseman Efren Navarro to the Minor Leagues. In a roster formality, designated hitter Victor Martinez was reinstated from the 60-day disabled list.
The Detroit Tigers today announced their entire Major League coaching staff. The announcement was made by Tigers Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Al Avila and Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire.
This time, there is no doubt: The Tigers’ rebuild is on.
Andrew Romine, who became part of history by playing all nine positions in a game for the Tigers in September, won’t be playing any positions for the Tigers next season. The versatile super-utility player was claimed off waivers by the Mariners, part of a handful of roster moves announced by the Tigers on Thursday to […]