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Duane Below emerged last season to give the Tigers some quality innings from the rotation and out of the bullpen. Heading into camp, the southpaw is confident he can fill the rotation's fifth slot.
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It’s not hard to find a list of any MLB team’s top prospects, but will any of those prospects be ready to contribute in 2012? We’re here to help you prepare for the unexpected by ranking each team’s top five minor league prospects from a fantasy perspective. While they may not be the team’s brightest stars (though many of them will be) they’re the names you’ll need...
The next financial efficiency report will feature the AL Central Champions, Detroit Tigers. A team that quickly forgot about their losing ways in the beginning of the 21st century.
They have an outstanding offense, now even more improved with the addition of Prince Fielder, and the most dominant starting pitcher in the Majors in 2011, Justin Verlander.
In 2011, the Tigers won 96...
You probably haven’t heard of him, but Brian “Pete” Peterson is an invaluable member of the Detroit Tigers organization. Working within the realm of sports psychology, and alongside Dr. George Carlo, the 58-year-old Peterson is heading into his 10th season as the team’s Performance Enhancement Instructor. It isn’t a unique role — a handful of other teams employ someone...
The Detroit Tigers signed Prince Fielder in order to fill the gap left by an injured Victor Martinez, and the team is getting a lot more than it bargained for in some ways.
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Sports celebrity and former Detroit Tigers pitcher Mike Henneman is the honorary chair of the 2012 Wertz Warriors ride. He will join the Wertz Warriors for the 31st annual, 7-day, 900-mile fundraising snowmobile endurance ride, departing from fom Zuccaro's in Chesterfield Township on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2011.
On this episode of Call to the Bullpen, Corey and I are back from vacation with our best episode yet:
We talk about:
the Prince Fielder and Edwin Jackson signings
Argue over whether the Patriots and Giants will combine for more points Sunday than the Astros will win games in 2012.
We share our feelings about the unnecessary amount of coverage of Josh Hamilton’s “relapse”...
Manny Ramirez apparently isn't the only aging slugger the A's have their eye on. According to MLB.com's Peter Gammons, the A's are evaluating Magglio Ordonez for a possible spring training tryout.