Los Angeles Dodgers P David Price opts out of 2020 season

According to Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher David Price, he has made the decision to opt-out of the 2020 season due to concerns with COVID-19. Price, who formerly played for the Detroit Tigers, made the announcement just moments ago. Los Angeles Dodgers starter David Price has opted out of playing in 2020. pic.twitter.com/CzMEqVesY5 — Jeff Passan … Read more

2022 Detroit Tigers: A Return to Relevance

We have all heard the narrative, seen the similarities, and witnessed their performance. The 2019 Detroit Tigers are a lousy baseball team, just as the 2003 Tigers were a terrible baseball team. 2003 marked the lowest point of a decade long funk the Tigers had been experiencing, finishing with a winning percentage of .265, and … Read more

Former Detroit Tigers Price, Martinez, and Kinsler help Red Sox to 2-0 World Series lead

Detroit Tigers fans can look at this one of two ways. The first is we can be upset that the franchise couldn’t capitalize on having great talent by winning a World Series.  The second way is that we can root for our former fan-favorite players as they pursue a World Series Championship in another city.  … Read more

Nightmare comes true for many Detroit Tigers’ fans

As a sports fan, it is never easy to lose a star player to another team and when you lose multiple stars, the pain grows even stronger. Not too long ago, Justin Verlander, J.D. Martinez, Ian Kinsler, and David Price were all members of the Detroit Tigers. Embed from Getty Images But that was then … Read more

Former Detroit Tigers pitcher jokingly says he stole Tom Brady’s jersey

If you have not heard, Tom Brady’s game jersey was stolen following the New England Patriots overtime win over the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. On Tuesday, former Detroit Tigers pitcher David Price jokingly tweeted out that it was him who stole the jersey but it was for a good reason. Check it out. … Read more

Former Tigers Farmhands: Where are they now?

The Detroit Tigers have been one of the more aggressive franchises in baseball over the last handful of seasons because they are in ‘win now’ mode. Whether it is former team general manager Dave Dombrowski or current GM Al Avila, the man calling the shots has been given the green light by longtime owner Mike Ilitch. The team has … Read more

EDITORIAL: Tigers have two options at trading deadline: Stand pat, or sell

NOTE: The views expressed in this EDITORIAL do not necessarily reflect the views of Detroit Sports Nation or a majority of its writers and should not be misconstrued as such. The views contained within are the views of the author and the author alone. We have already reached the All-Star break in 2016 and it’s … Read more

3 reasons the Detroit Tigers WILL win the 2016 World Series

[tps_header]It’s a long road to the World Series, but, with the off season re-tooling of the roster by new General Manager Al Avila, the Detroit Tigers have a great shot at bringing home the Commissioner’s Trophy this season. Here are the Top 3 reasons that Detroit will be champions in 2016.[/tps_header]

Anything short of a World Series in 2016 should be considered a failure

When then-general manager Dave Dombrowski announced last season that the Tigers would be sellers at the trade deadline in an effort to “re-tool” instead of rebuild, the 2015 season was more or less given up on. He proceeded to trade David Price, Yoenis Cespedes, and Joakim Soria at the deadline. In return, Detroit received a slew of prospects, some … Read more

Excitement is in the air as Tigers set to begin 80th Spring Training in Lakeland

Being from Michigan, any sign of Tigers baseball beginning is a welcomed one. It means that the warm summer air coupled with a packed Comerica Park is right around the corner. Before those nights though, the Detroit Tigers will head down to Lakeland, Florida for their 80th consecutive Spring Training in the Florida town. The Tigers and … Read more

No more excuses, the time for Ausmus to win is now

NOTE: The views expressed in this EDITORIAL do not necessarily reflect the views of Detroit Sports Nation or a majority of its writers and should not be misconstrued as such. The views contained within are the views of the author and the author alone. We are now entering year three of the Brad Ausmus management era. … Read more

Michael Fulmer is new #1 prospect for Tigers; Moya drops out of top 10

Prior to this past season, the Detroit Tigers often found themselves among the best teams in baseball. Much of that success was by and large due to the aggressive front office making moves to make the team more competitive immediately and ready to win now. However, this gradually left them with depleted minor league system, eventually … Read more

DSN’s Most Memorable Moments of 2015

[tps_header] With the calendar soon flipping to 2016, ’tis the season to reflect on some of the most memorable moments of 2015. The DSN staff and yours truly were each given the task of selecting one moment that stood out above the rest, in their eyes. Some decided on individual performances while others looked at teams. … Read more