Found December 07, 2011 on
Manager Jim Leyland wants to give Miguel Cabrera the best opportunity to drive in runs, but whether that means hitting his slugger third or fourth is up for debate.
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The Detroit Tigers and the hot stove have been getting nice and cozy lately. Big names such as Yoennis Cespedes, Jacob Turner, Placido Polanco, Brennan Boesch, Gio Gonzalez, Joel Zumaya, Daniel Murphy, and plenty more continue to be tossed around the rumor mill.
Eventually something is going to stick and the Tigers will have a new face or two on their roster. Let’s...
Detroit Tigers third baseman Brandon Inge was involved in a multi-car crash Tuesday near Ann Arbor, Mich.
According to television station WXYZ, police reported no major injuries in the accident, which was weather-related.
Inge's car slid through a stop sign and collided with mulitple vehicles, police said. At least five other vehicles were involved in the mishap.
Freedom Township, MI -- Not going to like this. Brandon Inge? The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department said Inge was traveling southbound on Parker and his car slid through a four-way intersection...
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DALLAS — A lean and pasty ginger-haired man came over to where I was sitting, tugged at the name badge around my neck and introduced himself.
"Hi, I'm Robert Fick," he said. My day had been made — and that was before Fick said that he had become a player agent. He had?! And he's sober after coming to terms with being an alcoholic. Even better.
Tigers manager Jim Leyland raised several possibilities for next season when he took questions from the media at the winter meetings today, including the chance of Miguel Cabrera sometimes batting third.
Detroit Tigers infielder Brandon Inge escaped injury Tuesday when
he was involved in a multi-car accident in Michigan, WXYZ-TV