Posted January 07, 2013 on
In the first of a series intended on taking a look back to set the stage for the 2013 season, TigsTown takes a look at how the catcher position performed in 2012, and what might be expected for 2013 out of Alex Avila and the rest of the catchers.
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DETROIT The Tigers have been on a Closer Quest ever since Jose Valverde imploded at the end of last season.
Valverde converted 110 saves over three seasons for 22.9 million, and was a great pickup as the last viable closer available in that free agent market. Now Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski must choose wisely again in order to have a viable World Series shot.
In case the pending start of a delayed NHL season does not have you excited enough, Justin Verlander tweeted out a reminder that spring training is not that far away, either:
Arrived in Lakeland #37daysandcounting #pitchersandcatchers twitter.com/JustinVerlande…
— Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) January 7, 2013
Tigers’ pitchers and catchers are set to report to camp during...
It’s pretty odd that PlayStation is making a guy who became the first guy to win the American League Triple Crown since 1973 plea for your votes to be on a video game cover.
It’s also odd that they had him do it in Spanish.
Tomorrow the polls officially open and the voting begins to find the next cover athlete for MLB 13: The Show. If you’re not familiar with MLB: The Show, it’s highly regarded as one of the best sports game franchises around bringing you as close to the diamond as you can get without actually being in uniform and playing for your favorite team.
Miguel Cabrera, Andrew McCutchen...