Top 10 greatest Michigan Football players of all-time

The University of Michigan is currently the winningest college football program ever. Since being established in 1927, the Wolverines have compiled a staggering 962 wins and a .729 winning percentage, both tops in the nation entering the 2020 season. There have been some great coaches and especially players have had to come through the tunnel … Read more

1908: The Rematch (Chicago Cubs v. Detroit Tigers)

From 1901 until 1906 the Detroit Tigers never finished higher than third place in the American League. Then, from 1907-1909 they treated the best baseball fans around to October baseball. Their first World Series appearance in 1907, did not go well; they were essentially swept out of the North Side of Chicago by the Cubs, … Read more

By the numbers: The 1968 World Champion Detroit Tigers

Numbers and baseball are inextricably connected. We measure greatness in this game based on a certain set of numbers. That may seem like an oversimplification, but it is true. Let’s play a little game: I will list a number and you tell me the player associated with the number. Ready? Here we go: 755 career … Read more

1907: Detroit Tigers inaugural appearance in the Fall Classic

When the American League was formed in 1901, Major League Baseball came to Detroit. As a charter member of the league, the Detroit Tigers went for six years without finishing above third place in the eight-team league; never once finishing closer than eight-and-a-half games out of first. In those first six years, the Tigers’ average … Read more

Kirk Gibson battles Parkinson’s Disease one swing at a time

Here’s something to make you feel good about on hump day: Fighting Parky one swing at a [email protected] @statebaseball @MLB @KirkGibsonFdn #LoudNoises pic.twitter.com/pVdMwS6OHg — Kirk Gibson (@23KGibby) December 18, 2019 Gibson has been fighting Parkinson’s Disease since his diagnosis in 2015. It’s great to see him picking up a bat again and mashing some baseballs. … Read more

Rob Manfred threatens to relinquish ties with MiLB

Baseball’s commissioner, Rob Manfred, is at it again. The often-maligned head of Major League Baseball has entered into a rather public, and childish, back and forth during negotiations with Minor League Baseball. The current agreement between the MLB and MiLB is set to expire after the 2020 season, and negotiations have turned–let’s say–dramatic. Manfred, in … Read more

Trade deadline deals mirror Detroit Tigers season

Another July 31st has come and passed, and again Detroit Tigers fans have found themselves in what feels like a bad rendition of Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day. Every time the deadline has passed over the last four years it has been the same refrain for the fans of the Tigers: what in the world is … Read more

BREAKING: Detroit Tigers SP Michael Fulmer lost for 2019 seaon

It was the news we all expected, yet shied away from: Michael Fulmer is heading for Tommy John surgery. Reports yesterday were that he was seeking a third opinion after having met with specialist Dr. James Andrews. The third opinion confirmed the other two and Fulmer will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. Tigers' Michael Fulmer … Read more

Projecting the Detroit Tigers 25-man roster and Opening Day lineup

Opening Day 2019 is just two weeks away. The Detroit Tigers will soon head north from Lakeland, Florida and head straight across the border to face the als0-but-not-quite-saying-it rebuilding Toronto Blue Jays. When, “Play Ball,” is yelled in the Rogers Center on March 28th, the question looms: who is taking the field for the Tigers? … Read more

For or Against: Should the Detroit Tigers sign Troy Tulowitzki?

Since the news was released that All-Star shortstop, Troy Tulowitzki, was released from the Toronto Blue Jays, speculation began to arise as to where he would sign —  not if he would sign. On December 18th, Tulowitzki held a private work out with 11 teams in attendance. One of those teams was the Detroit Tigers. Does a Tulowitzki to the … Read more

Section 313, Seat No. 22: Nicholas Castellanos is getting better in right field, whether you like it or not

Oh, Nicholas Castellanos. Probably the most scrutinized of all the Detroit Tigers players of the last two years. Once heralded as our top prospect, Castellanos has started to break out into a leader of our rebuilding franchise and a player the younger guys (even though he’s only 26!) can look to as an example. Starting in … Read more

Miguel Cabrera hits dingers to celebrate his birthday

For the second year in a row, Miguel Cabrera homered on his birthday. Last year it was a loud and massive shot to dead center field against the Tampa Bay Rays, this year a screaming line drive that barely cleared the left-field wall at Comerica Park. Either way, Miggy loves to celebrate his birthday with the long … Read more