DETROIT (AP) The Detroit Tigers say infielder Josh Wilson has been sent outright to the minors and he has elected to become a free agent. The 34-year-old played 21 games for the Tigers in 2015, hitting .316. Since 2005, he's played 431 major league games for nine different teams. Detroit general manager Al Avila said last week that Wilson would not remain on the roster.
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October 15, 2015 | Discuss
A pair of Tigers players that were recently designated for assignment have cleared waivers and accepted their outright assignments to Triple-A. Infielder Josh Wilson and left-hander Tom Gorzelanny will remain in the Tigers organization as members of the Toledo Mud Hens. Wilson, 34, was designated for assignment on Tuesday to make room on the roster for first baseman Marc Krauss....
The Tigers continued the trend of having position players take the mound during Saturday's lopsided loss to the Yankees. Down 13-3 in the eighth, Detroit turned to utility infielder Josh Wilson for mop-up duty. The right-hander started the inning off by giving up a solo home run to the first batter he faced, Chris Young. He then returned to the mound and retired three of his next...
Alex Wilson hit Avisail Garcia with a with a pitch when the bases were loaded in the 11th inning, and the Chicago White Sox handed the Detroit Tigers their eighth straight loss, 4-3 on Friday night. Adam LaRoche hit a tying solo homer off Joakim Soria with two outs in the ninth, and the four-time defending AL Central champions matched their longest skid since 2005. The Tigers...
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June 06, 2015 | Discuss
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