UPDATE: White Sox defeat Tigers 4-3 after play resumes following last night’s rain

The last time the Detroit Tigers faced Saturday’s scheduled starter for the White Sox Chris Sale, they tagged him for three runs over seven innings back on June 15 en route to a 5-3 victory. Sale and Detroit’s starter Matt Boyd were slated to oppose one another on Saturday. However, a bizarre situation in the White Sox clubhouse that … Read more

Five-year summary of the AL Central, 2016 predictions

Despite the fact that the American League Central Division has been perceived as one of the weaker divisions in baseball over the years, the division has been much improved in the last handful of years. Believe it or not, the AL Central has combined for the most World Series appearances in baseball over the course … Read more

Fan’s beer gets obliterated by foul ball [Video]

If you have ever been to a major sporting event, you know that beer is not cheap.

In Wednesday’s game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Chicago White SoxDioner Navarro ripped a foul ball into the stands that completely destroyed a fan’s beer.

How about that guy wearing the jersey that gets out of the way like a swarm of bees is heading for him? Not a good look buddy. Make a play!

News and Notes: Tigers win, Price focused on season, Potential interest in a new catcher?

As the weather begins to warm up in the Motor City, the Tigers remain down in sunny Florida continuing Spring Training. The Tigers were in action again today against the Philadelphia Phillies as they looked to improve their record in Grapefruit League play. We also take a look at David Price and his impending free agency, and a trade rumor involving a catcher from an opposing AL team:

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Report: Blue Jays’ Navarro says Tigers have interest in him

In February, Toronto Blue Jays backup catcher Dioner Navarro was being talked about as a possible trade target for the Detroit Tigers. The rumor gave Tigers fans indication that they were not sold on starting catcher Alex Avila’s health issues and hitting woes, and maybe even felt that catching prospect James McCann was not ready to take the reigns as an everyday catcher. Nothing came of it, as talks broke down and nothing serious was ever really offered for the 31-year old catcher. On Tuesday, rumors surfaced that once again, the Tigers may be interested in Navarro.

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