WATCH: Former Tiger Rajai Davis earns little league home run on booted ball

MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Oakland Athletics

Tigers fans are very familiar with outfielder Rajai Davis, having spent two seasons in Detroit back in 2014-15. His calling card has always been his speed, and it was on full display Tuesday against the Angels. Watch as Davis smokes a ball towards Angels first baseman (and another former Tiger) Jefry Marte that gets away … Read more

5 Players who could replace Cameron Maybin in center field for the Detroit Tigers

Detroit Tigers GM Al Avila has made it very clear that the team will be looking to cut payroll before the start of the 2017 season and trading Cameron Maybin to the Angels was nothing more than a salary dump. Maybin, when he was not injured, was the Tigers starting center fielder in 2016 which … Read more

2016 World Series: Something’s gotta give between Cubs, Indians

The stage is set for the 112th World Series. In the visiting corner, we have the Chicago Cubs representing the National League. And the owners of home field throughout the Fall Classic will be the Cleveland Indians, the American League pennant winners. If you are unaware of the curse flying over the Cubs and their fans, then … Read more

Daniel Norris injured, Tigers lose to Cleveland….again, 5-3

A season-best and current major league-best six-game winning streak was on the line for the Detroit Tigers on Monday the 4th of July as they continue their 11-game road swing against the Cleveland Indians, whom all of America knows by now that we can’t be them this year, 0-9. Detroit already faced some adversity prior to the … Read more

Indians ambush Tigers, Zimmermann to take series opener, 7-4

Easily one of the biggest series across the sport this weekend, the Detroit Tigers welcomed in their division-leading rival Cleveland Indians to town. Detroit just completed a four-game sweep at home against the Seattle Mariners, while the Tribe have won six in a row and hold a 3.0-game lead over second-place Kansas City, 4.0 games over the Tigers. … 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

Top 10 Detroit Tigers Moments of 2015

[tps_header] The 2015 season for the Detroit Tigers did not go according to plan and what Tigers’ fans had grown accustomed to seeing the four years prior. An 11-2 hot start quickly fizzled late in May and the team struggled mightily to gain any sort of momentum, ultimately finishing in the basement of the American League … Read more

Rajai Davis signs with Cleveland Indians

Former Detroit Tigers outfielder Rajai Davis has signed a one-year deal with the division rival Cleveland Indians. The deal is believed to be worth $5.25 million, plus incentives. Rajai Davis has a deal with the Indians, pending medical. — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 16, 2015 Source: Rajai Davis agrees to 1-year deal with #Indians, pending physical. Believed to … Read more

Player Profile: Cameron Maybin

Player: Cameron Maybin Born: April 4, 1987, in Asheville, NC Position: Outfielder Bat/Throw: R/R Drafted: 1st round (10th overall) pick by the Detroit Tigers in the 2005 June amateur draft. Career Highlights Career .251/.313/.366 slash line in first nine major league seasons Career .989 fielding percentage 2nd in Range Factor per 9 innings in 2015 (2.69) … Read more

2015 Detroit Tigers final report card – Outfielders

  [tps_header] On Tuesday we had our final report card for the Detroit Tigers‘ infielders. Some of them passed with flying colors (for the most part), while others didn’t meet standards and were plagued by injuries. Now we will look at the players who patrol the bast outfield of Comerica Park for 81 games. We’re gonna … Read more

Key dates: A look ahead to the Tigers offseason schedule

The 2015 season for the Detroit Tigers came to close Sunday afternoon with a shutout of the Chicago White Sox on the south side of the Windy City. For a majority of Tigers fans, it is a relief that the pain and stress is all gone until next April when they begin the 2016 campaign in South Beach … Read more

Financially strained Tigers may already have their left fielder for 2016

The Detroit Tigers continue to lumber along as the season winds down. With 44 games remaining on the 2015 schedule, they find themselves four games under the .500 mark, 15.0 games back of the first place Kansas City Royals in the American League Central division and 4.5 games back for the second wild card spot in the … Read more

Profiling the Tigers: Who is most likely to be traded?

[tps_header]With the 4pm Friday afternoon trade deadline closely approaching, and general manager Dave Dombrowski vowing to “reboot” as opposed to “rebuild”, we are likely to see some Tigers leave Comerica Park officially as members of another team. Dombrowski has made it known to teams across the league that he will listen to offers for several of the upcoming … Read more

DSN Tigers Roundtable: Buy or sell, free agency, and breakout players

DSN Roundtable Periodically, we ask the Detroit Tigers staff here at Detroit Sports Nation to answer a few timely questions pertaining to our team and Major League Baseball in general. 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 … Read more

Bold second half predictions for the Tigers

[tps_header] 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.  The Detroit Tigers have just passed the official halfway point of the … Read more