Top 5 Greatest Shortstops in Tigers History

Detroit Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias is looking like he will start at the shortstop position for Detroit when the 2015 season gets underway on April 6th. Iglesias missed all of 2014 because of shin injuries, but has been rehabbing and working hard to hopefully stay healthy by Opening Day. The Tigers faithful are really looking forward to seeing the young shortstop get back on the field so he show off his wizard-like fielding skills. The team continues to improve on defense, and having Iglesias turning double plays with second baseman Ian Kinsler will aid the Tigers in 2015 in hopes of winning a championship.

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Justin Verlander leaves game with injury

Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander left Friday’s game in the 3rd inning after fielding a ball from Alex Avila, who was playing first base. The apparent injury is a cramp in the right triceps. Shortly after the putout, Verlander was joined on the mound by catcher James McCann, manager Brad Ausmus and other coaches and trainers. The Tigers … Read more

Tigers news and notes: Game recap, roster trimmed, and more!

The Detroit Tigers went into today’s spring training game against the Baltimore Orioles with their Opening Day lineup basically in tact. The only exception being outfielder Rajai Davis starting in center field and leading off in place of Anthony Gose. Davis is expected to play against right-handed pitchers, while Gose will be in the lineup versus southpaws. We have a brief game recap and more updates on the roster on this daily edition of Tigers news and notes.

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Who is throwing the first pitch on Opening Day for the Detroit Tigers?

The lucky individual who will throw out the first pitch for the 2015 Detroit Tigers is……..                               Academy Award winner J. K. Simmons! Mr. Simmons is a Michigan native; having been born and spending most of his childhood in Grosse … Read more

Top 5 Detroit Tigers catchers of all-time

With Spring Training nearly complete, we thought it would be fun to breakdown the top players to play at each position in the history of the Detroit Tigers. Today we look at the top five catchers ever to play for the Tigers. Do you agree with the list? Did we miss someone? Enjoy! Next: #5