The Tigers have started off Spring Training with a 6-8 record but that doesn’t really matter, nor is it indicative of how the 2015 regular season will go. There are some guys that weren’t on the radar coming into camp haven’t turned some heads with some hot starts and some regulars that are doing anything but sizzling.
Here are how the Tigers...
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) Anthony Gose isn't known for his bat. He plans to change that this year, his first with the Detroit Tigers.
Gose was acquired in an offseason trade with Toronto. The Tigers want him to take over the center field spot in cavernous Comerica Park from Austin Jackson, who was dealt away last summer.
The 24-year-old Gose batted only .226 in 94 games for the Blue Jays...
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February 28, 2015
As Detroit’s director of player development, Dave Owen is in charge of a farm system seemingly short on sure-thing talent. The team’s top prospect (according Baseball America), Devon Travis, was traded to Toronto for Anthony Gose. The No. 2 prospect, Steven Moya, struck out 161 times in Double-A. No. 3, Buck Farmer, had an 11.57 […]
The Tigers made a move to bolster center field for 2015 and beyond by trading for Toronto's Anthony Gose late Wednesday night.
The Tigers sent their top-rated prospect, infielder Devon Travis, to the Blue Jays for the 25-year-old Gose.
Gose, a left-handed hitter, is expected to platoon in center field with Rajai Davis. Like Davis, he brings great speed but isn't a good hitter. In...
The Detroit Tigers have acquired speedy outfielder Anthony Gose from the Toronto Blue Jays for second base prospect Devon Travis.
The teams announced the trade Wednesday night.
One of Detroit's priorities this offseason was to address center field after Austin Jackson was dealt to Seattle last summer. Team President Dave Dombrowski says Gose can provide ''above-average defense...
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November 13, 2014
If you like big trades with flashy names, this isn’t the post for you, because this one is dedicated to the Tigers swapping second base prospect Devon Travis to the Blue Jays for center field kinda prospect Anthony Gose. Neither Travis nor Gose looks like to turn into any kind of star, but this trade […]
Your browser does not support iframes.Several Toronto Blue Jays players found themselves taking cover as teammate Anthony Gose lined a foul ball towards the dugout in the eighth inning during Tuesday night's game against the New York Yankees.The sharp liner from Gose hit the screen in front of the dugout, but not before sending Melky Cabrera flying off his seat and onto the floor...