Found January 11, 2013 on
The Majors Detroit:
If you want to lead your Beer League softball team in home runs, hits and RBIs this season, take a look at the latest MLB 13 cover video featuring Miguel Cabrera.
Oh yeah and don’t forget to go out and vote for Cabrera in this year’s cover voting!
I don’t think there’s any curses associated with this honor…
BEST OF MAXIM
It is nearly a year now since Victor Martinez
destroyed his left knee during an off-season workout near his Orlando, Florida
home. The Tigers switch-hitter extraordinaire
managed to tear the anterior cruciate ligament and damage the medial and
lateral meniscus during a side-stride drill last January 13.
The former Cleveland Indian underwent micro fracture surgery, in the...
The Baseball Hall of Fame made some interesting headlines Tuesday when, for the first time since 1996, nobody was elected to an inducting class. Amongst others, caught in the crosshairs were two former Detroit Tigers, who are both deserving of landing in Cooperstown soon.
Alan Trammell and Jack Morris, two players well justified of hall honors, didn’t make the grade yet again....
We know he can pitch, but can he putt?
On the weekend before spring training begins for pitchers, Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers will be focused on a different type of swing.
Verlander, the 2011 Cy Young and American League MVP winner, has accepted an invitation to play in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tournament, scheduled for Feb. 7-10 on the popular...
As we continue through our series we move onto a stronger position on the diamond. Miguel Cabrera was obviously the class of the position, but many of you would be surprised to see how close the race ended up being for him. This is why the focus on all three facets of the game: fielding, hitting, and base running, are so very important. It’s the main reason why the MVP race should...
Mariners have offensive woes
Big Question: What else can the Seattle Mariners improve on to win in 2013?
In a world of statistics, team totals are often overlooked. The average baseball fan knows that Miguel Cabrera won the triple crown with his monster numbers last season, but most have no idea if the Tigers led the league in those numbers or finished dead last (they finished 10th...