According to reports, the Detroit Tigers have reinstated RHP Buck Farmer and DFA’d RHP Carson Fulmer in advance of Thursday’s game against the Chicago White Sox.
As noted by Evan Woodberry, Fulmer was out of options, so he had to be DFA’d in order to be removed from the Tigers’ roster.
Carson Fulmer was out of options, so he had to be DFA'd to be removed from the roster.
This also gives the Tigers the 40-man roster space they will need when Daz Cameron is activated from the COVID list at some point. https://t.co/aVvjVE0Ubp
— Evan Woodbery (@evanwoodbery) August 20, 2020
ESPN’S SIMULATION MODEL PREDICTS DETROIT LIONS FLOOR AND CEILING FOR 2020
The 2020 NFL season is right around the corner and all we can do at this point is cross our fingers that the season will go on as planned and we get to watch out Detroit Lions make a run at the playoffs.
After a 3-12-1 record in 2019, there is only one way to go but up, and with a healthy Matthew Stafford, that is exactly what many expect to happen in 2020.
According to ESPN, who used their Football Power Index (FPI) to run 20,000 simulations, the Lions have the lowest floor and ceiling compared to the rest of their counterparts in the NFC North.
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