Found January 23, 2012 on
In reviewing the history of the Detroit Tigers, I often think about
the best seasons to be a Tigers fan. So, I am writing a series of
posts listing the top 20 seasons in Tigers history. There is no
specific formula for determining the best seasons, but there are some
criteria which I consider carefully. Playoff appearances, especially
those leading to world championships are, of
BEST OF MAXIM
This is not the time of year when hope springs eternal; it is more the time when things seem infernal.
As we all know by now, the Tigers will be doing 2012 without Victor Martinez. As if that isn’t bad enough, the interim between this disaster and the eventual response is being filled with headlines that do anything but inspire (Could Brad Penny be the Tigers’ No. 5 starter...
The Detroit Tigers shocked the baseball world by stepping in to sign Prince Fielder Tuesday. The deal is as hefty as the bulky first baseman — 9 years for $214 million, according to reports. The terms of the contract, as well as the structure of the Tigers’ current roster, makes the signing a surprise.
Detroit already has Miguel Cabrera signed for four more years with $86 million...
Prince Fielders relationship with his father, Cecil, might be strained beyond the breaking point, but the two men have followed a similar path in baseball.
Its a money trail from Tigers owner Mike Ilitchs checkbook to their bank vaults.
The Fielders are big men who hit big home runs and signed mega-million contracts with the Tigers.
It was Princes turn on Tuesday. He stunned...
Get ready to freak people: Detroit Tigers reportedly sign free-agent slugger Prince Fielder to nine-year deal ow.ly/8EU8v
— MLive(@MLive) January 24, 2012
Like Father Like Son...According to MLive via Twitter, early sources report Prince Fielder to sign with tigers for 9 years $214M! This is CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY news and I don’t even know what to think if it’s true! I am at first...
Before I say anything, just let this sink in for a minute.
That lineup is D-I-double-R durrrrrrty. With the addition of the non-inept version of Ryan Raburn and possibly even Victor Martinez come August (though I'm doubtful about the latter), there isn't a pitcher in baseball that would have a good night's sleep before facing this team. Of course, with any deal there...
It makes absolutely no sense paying two guys who basically are the same player more than $45 million annually. And anyone who thinks Miguel Cabrera "easily" could move to third base or leftfield, do you need a reminder of how badly that played out in 2008?
Prince Fielder reportedly agreed to a nine-year, $214 million contract with the Tigers on Tuesday, joining Miguel Cabrera to give Detroit an explosive one-two punch in the middle of its lineup.
Jim Leyland needs to sharpen his pencil and get more notepaper. The Tigers manager likes to jot down potential lineups during the off-season. On Tuesday, Prince Fielder agreed to join Leyland's lineup at first base. Miguel Cabrera said he's moving to third. So Leyland can start afresh on formulating his various lineup combinations for this season.
After a long wait, Prince Fielder has found a new home with the Detroit Tigers, agreeing to a nine-year, $214 million deal with the team his father, Cecil, once starred for.