Detroit Tigers reportedly sign second baseman Josh Harrison

The Detroit Tigers have reached a one-year deal with second baseman Josh Harrison according to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Free-agent infielder Josh Harrison in agreement with the #Tigers on a one-year contract, pending physical, source tells The Athletic. Expected to their everyday second baseman. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) February 20, 2019 Harrison is expected … Read more

BREAKING: Tigers trade Leonys Martin to Indians

On trade deadline day, the Detroit Tigers have dealt away the first of perhaps multiple players, trading away starting center fielder Leonys Martin to the division rival Cleveland Indians. It is the first deal made between the two clubs since 2010 when the Tigers acquired infielder Jhonny Peralta from the Tribe. #Tigers trade Leonys Martin … Read more

5 Bold predictions for the 2018 Detroit Tigers

Miguel Cabrera

What exactly is in store for the Detroit Tigers in 2018? Hell, nobody really knows, but there seems to be a general guestimation that they “won’t be very good” this season, which is very possible. Still, there are some guys spread throughout what will eventually make up the Opening Day 25-man roster that could dictate a … Read more

5 Position battles to watch closely in spring camp for the Tigers

We know that by and large, Spring Training has little meaning. But players do need to go out and get into a rhythm before Opening Day, stay healthy doing so, and perhaps most importantly for some, earn a starting role or even just a spot on the roster. Like every other team in spring camp … Read more

3 Reasons for the Tigers to go after the newly-available Corey Dickerson

Spring training has arrived in Major League Baseball but that doesn’t mean business is still happening behind closed doors. Hell, there’s still roughly 100 free agents available on the market as spring camp gets underway. One name that has surfaced this weekend is outfielder Corey Dickerson. In a surprising move from the Tampa Bay Rays, … Read more

Detroit Tigers set to report for spring training today

Today is the day, baseball fans – your Detroit Tigers report for spring training. Squad rollin’ in. #BaseballIsBack — Detroit Tigers (@tigers) February 18, 2018 It is worth noting that the first full team workout is scheduled for tomorrow. Though it has been well documented that this team will not compete for a championship … Read more

REPORT: Tigers sign more outfield depth, add centerfielder

Derek Hill Detroit Tigers

Today the Detroit Tigers have signed more outfield depth for their Minor Leagues, agreeing to terms with Herlis Rodriguez, formerly in the Philadelphia Phillies system. The news was first reports by Emily Waldon of The Athletic. Hearing #Tigers have agreed to a #MiLB deal with #Phillies 23-year-old FA Triple-A CF Herlis Rodriguez (6'0, 170 lbs). His twin brother, … Read more

JUST IN: Tigers ink deals with 5 players for 2018

We’re just one week away from the annual Winter Meetings down in Orlando. The baseball hot stove figures to be heating up real quick and on Tuesday, the Detroit Tigers were in the news for their signing of five players to contracts for 2018. The Tigers have agreed to terms with OF Leonys Martín on … Read more

Why the Tigers should take a flier on Leonys Marin

Veteran outfielder Leonys Martin was designated for assignment today by the Seattle Mariners. Any team may claim him on their 40-man roster during the next seven days, or if he isn’t claimed in the next week, any team is free to sign him to any team or contract. The Mariners aren’t DFA’ing him because he’s … Read more

Hisashi Iwakuma silences Tigers’ bats, Seattle shuts out Detroit 3-0

Coming off a 7-2 homestand and having won ten of their last 12 games overall, the Detroit Tigers kicked off a six-game road trip on Monday with the first of three games in Seattle against the Mariners. Game 1 featured two completely different pitchers – rookie sensation Michael Fulmer (9-2, 2.42 ERA) opposed crafty veteran Hisashi Iwakuma … Read more

WATCH: Upton walks it off, Iglesias celebrates in odd fashion [Video]

It was quite the contest last night at Comerica Park. The Detroit Tigers began a four-game set with the Seattle Mariners. There was plenty of offense to go around as both teams combined for 33 hits. Whenever one team would score a run, it seemed as though the opposing team would match them. The Tigers … Read more