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.

Fulmer began to experience discomfort in his elbow after a bullpen session. This, after he had been shut down due to decreased velocity and struggles with his lower-body mechanics. It has been an injury-plagued few years for Fulmer since his sensational rookie season. Hopefully, he will take this time to get completely healthy and look to rebound in 2020. Tough loss for the Tigers, but it’s better to have a healthy Fulmer in the future when they’re ready to actually compete.


MUST SEE: Detroit Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera pulls off ‘hidden ball’ trick during Spring Training game

It is good to have Miguel Cabrera back healthy with the Detroit Tigers.

Not only is he back to the field but he is back to having fun, as you will see below as he pulled off the old “hidden ball” trick during today’s Spring Training game against the Minnesota Twins.

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WATCH: Detroit Tigers top-5 prospect drills first spring training home run

Everyone remembers the night Justin Verlander was traded. JV’s departure was the icing on the cake of the complete and utter tear down of the Detroit Tigers. The return for the face of the franchise was a nice return, including a top pitcher, catcher, and position player. One of those players, that could eventually help to heal the pain of loss, is Daz Cameron, a toolful prospect with an MLB pedigree.

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