Detroit Tigers Promotional Days

Are you looking for a good day to take the family to a game this summer?  Or just a fun day/night game in the city?  Here are the Tigers 2015 promotional days.  They have 31 promotional days throughout the season and 16 different fireworks displays showed after every Friday and Saturday night home game throughout … Read more

Player Profile: Anthony Gose

Player: Anthony Gose Born: August 10th, 1990, Bellflower, CA Position: Center field  Bats/Throws: L/L Drafted: Philadelphia Phillies in the 2nd round of the 2008 amateur draft, 51st overall.   Career Highlights: 5 years in minors after being drafted directly out of High School. Traded 2 different times before landing with the Tigers, and once for Roy Oswalt. Stole over 69 bases twice in the … Read more

Tigers News and Notes: Day 6 in Lakeland

✔️ Pitchers✔️ Catchers✔️ Full Squad#BaseballIsBack — Detroit Tigers (@tigers) February 24, 2015 Day 6 in Spring Training started out very busy in Lakeland. Today is the first full-squad practice of the new season, film crews are filming a David Price commercial, and a familiar face re-signed with the Tigers; reliever Joba Chamberlain.  It appears that … Read more

Is J.D. Martinez a One Hit Wonder or the Real Deal?

Last season, much to everyone’s surprise, J.D. Martinez burst on the scene with the Tigers having a career year.  Martinez’s numbers were all career highs after being cut during Spring Training by the Houston Astros.  Martinez had career stats of .251/.300/.387 with 24 home runs in 252 games and was projected for 2014 to have … Read more

Tigers are Making some Changes with Alex Avila

Detroit’s backstop is started out with a different look this season.  Alex Avila is back behind the plate, but he is making some changes to his approach of the game.  Avila is now sporting a new goalie style hockey mask instead of his usual face mask and helmet.  He is also changing up his catching … Read more

Tigers get Miguel Cabrera Special Treadmill to Aid Recovery

The Tigers have finally found Miguel Cabrera a special gravity defying treadmill to complete his final stages of recovery from ankle surgery.  However for good or bad the treadmill was found at the NFL combine.  Cabrera and the Tigers will have to wait until next week when it can be shipped from the combine in Indianapolis … Read more

Bruce Rondon Beginning to Throw Pain Free

Good news for Tigers fans today.  Reports are that Bruce Rondon is pain free after Tommy John surgery last March 2014. “I feel good,” Rondon said. “Really good.” Rondon has been down at Tigertown rehabbing, where he is entering the last stage of Tommy John rehab.  If you recall Rondon was going to be a … Read more

After All These Years, Rodriguez Remains Tigers Biggest Offseason Acquisition Ever

In the winter of 2004 the Tigers were coming off a 119 loss season, which set a record for Major League Baseball.  Things seemed bleak heading into the 2004 season as the Tigers had made some moves in the offseason, but nothing in the way of star power to impact an organization in need of … Read more

Why the Tigers are better WITHOUT Scherzer

When the Detroit Tigers lost Max Scherzer, I was not upset, but I was glad the Tigers didn’t sign him to a contract that was going to hurt the team presently and in the future.  Max’s ginormous contract with the Washington Nationals for 7 years, $210 million would have handicapped the Tigers for many years … Read more

Dombrowski Continues To Shoot Down David Price Rumors

As rumors continue to swirl through the baseball world whether the Detroit Tigers will trade David Price, or hold on to their new number one starter, Dave Dombowski continues to shoot the rumors down.  Yesterday he told Chris McCosky of the Detroit Free Press, “I will tell you, we never had any trade discussions about David Price this winter,” … Read more