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Brad Ausmus is the third candidate known to have interviewed for the managerial vacancy in Detroit.
With Jim Leyland stepping down as the manager of the Tigers last week, the team has been interviewing candidates to replace him. Hitting coach Lloyd McClendon and Dodgers third base coach Tim Wallach have already interviewed for the position.
“I thoroughly enjoyed meeting with Dave and his staff,” Ausmus told MLive.com via text message. “I enjoyed the discussion and thought it went well.”
Ausmus has been working as a special assistant to San Diego Padres general manager Josh Byrnes. While Ausmus has not managed at any level he was also interviewed for the managerial vacany in Washington.
The Tigers will also interview Padres third base coach Rick Renteria.
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Dave Dombrowski is going to look toward the San Diego Padres as he tries to find a replacement for Jim Leyland.
According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Dombrowski has interviews scheduled with former Tiger catcher Brad Ausmus, now a member of the Padres front office, and San Diego bench coach Rick Renteria.
Ausmus played with the Tigers in 1996 and again in 1999-2000 as part of...
Tweet Detroit Lions MVP candidate Miguel Cabrera has decided to undergo surgery Tuesday to repair a torn groin muscle, per a report from ESPN Deportes. The injury hampered the third baseman’s effectiveness throughout the playoffs, prompting Cabrera to have the procedure. “Those are decisions you have to make sometimes if not it affects...
Though he’s the popular candidate in the minds of some, there are many better options for the Tigers to seriously consider than Lloyd McClendon and other affiliated coaches. (Tom Hagerty, lakelandlocal, Flickr)
A week after Jim Leyland retired and merely two interviews into the process to identify his successor, there are far too many beginning to advocate for the comfortable....
It's not a World Series parade, but former Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland will take it.
Leyland, who surprised the baseball world last week by resigning from his managerial gig, told a local TV station that he'll be the grand marshal of the Americas Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit.
"It'll be a nice way to say goodbye to fans," Leyland told WDIV.
Miguel Cabrera underwent muscle repair surgery Tuesday and the Detroit slugger is expected to be ready for spring training.
The Tigers revealed after the season that Cabrera had been limited down the stretch by a tear in his groin. He still hit .348 with 44 home runs and 137 RBIs during the season. Cabrera batted .262 with two home runs in 11 postseason games before Detroit lost...
Miguel Cabrera is on the mend for 2014.
According to a Detroit Tigers official release, their third baseman underwent "successful core muscle repair surgery" in Philadelphia Tuesday morning.
Cabrera will do physical rehabilitation for the next 6-8 weeks and is expected to be ready for spring training.
Despite a series of injuries, Cabrera, 30, batted .348 with 44 home...
Miguel Cabrera will have surgery this week to repair a serious groin injury, the team confirmed Monday.
Cabrera, already playing through other injuries, was still threatening to become the first player in major-league history to win back-to-back Triple Crowns when he suffered the groin injury.
He hit .278 in September but with very little power, and hit.262 with two homers in 11...
Former major league catcher Brad Ausmus has interviewed for the Detroit Tigers' manager's job.
Detroit general manager Dave Dombrowski confirmed that Ausmus interviewed on Monday. The Tigers need a new manager after Jim Leyland stepped down following the team's loss to Boston in the AL championship series.
Ausmus works in San Diego's front office as a special assistant...
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It isn’t the parade down Woodward Avenue that former Tigers manager Jim Leyland was hoping for, but it will still be a special moment. On Tuesday, the team announced that Leyland will grand marshal America’s Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit. In a released statement, Leyland expressed his gratitude for the opportunity:
“It is an honor to be a part of America’s Thanksgiving...
Detroit Tigers 3rd baseman Miguel Cabrera will undergo surgery on his strained groin that hampered him in the playoffs on Tuesday. Cabrera reportedly played through a grade 2 strain.
Per ESPN’s Enrique Rojas, Miggy had this to say when asked about the decision to play through the injury:
“Those are decisions you have to make sometimes, if not it affects your future. If not, it...
It was reported over the weekend that Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera was considering surgery to repair a groin injury that hampered him throughout the end of his 2013 campaign. Cabrera recently confirmed that he has elected to go under the knife in hopes of repairing his ailment and returning to form in 2014, according to ESPN.
“Those are decisions you have to make...
Candidates for the Tigers’ open managerial position keep coming in.
CBSSports.com’s Jon Heyman reported Sunday night that the team plans to interview Padres executive Brad Ausmus and Padres bench coach Rick Renteria.
Ausmus, a former Tigers catcher, is expected to meet with the Tigers this week.
He was interviewed but passed over for the Nationals job, and has interviewed...
Philadelphia-based Dr. William Myers is set to perform surgery on the biggest star in the MLB.
Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers is the patient, as he and the organization are looking to get the 3rd baseman treatment for a bad groin strain.
Cabrera will likely be the AL MVP for the 2nd consecutive year. The 30-year old hit .348 with an OPS of 1.078 in the 2013 regular season,...
Third baseman Miguel Cabrera will undergo surgery to repair a groin tear this week, the Detroit Tigers confirmed late Sunday night.
On Sunday, Cabrera was awarded the Hank Aaron Award, which is given to the most outstanding offensive performer in each league, for the second consecutive season. He received the award prior to the start of Game 4 of the World Series.