During the Tigers trip to Yankee Stadium last week, Nick Castellanos met up with Johnny Burke, Bercules to some. Burke is known for his viral bat trick videos. Castellanos was a pretty quick study and has become quite decent at some of the finer (see also irrelevant) parts of the game.
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Baseball is tiring enough after nine innings. During an extra-inning game, players start to get a little delirious.
The Toronto Blue Jays and Detroit Tigers battled in the second 19-inning game of the weekend on Sunday, as the Boston Red Sox dueled with the Los Angeles Angels for 19 frames on Saturday night.
Tigers infielder Nick Castellanos and Toronto second baseman Ryan Goins...
Detroit Tigers' Nick Castellanos is put to the test with a series of rapid fire "Questions From Left Field" on MTV2's "Off The Bat."
Tigers third baseman Nick Castellanos went 3 for 4 then was replaced by a pinch runner in the 8th inning. He then went on to watch 11 innings of baseball until a Jose Bautista single ended a 19-inning marathon between the Tigers and Blue Jays Sunday.
Aside from pounding seeds, switching up your rally cap every inning and checking out chicks in the crowd, what’s a guy...
DETROIT -- Sometimes there's a silver lining even when you get hurt.
Tigers rookie third baseman Nick Castellanos missed Tuesday night's 11-4 loss to the Chicago White Sox after he suffered a contusion on his right index finger.
Wednesday, Castellanos was back in the lineup looking no worse for the wear.
In his first at-bat, Castellanos snapped an 0-for-8 skid with a three...
DETROIT -- Good thing Miguel Cabrera got some work in at third base when the Tigers were in Arizona.
Third baseman Nick Castellanos was a late lineup scratch with a right index finger contusion, so Cabrera was moved over to third.
The Tigers said Castellanos was hit with a grounder during batting practice.
Victor Martinez, originally the designated hitter, was moved to first base...
So far, the Detroit Tigers have yet to pull the trigger on an apparently inevitable trade deadline move to shore up their bullpen. They have inquired on guys such as Joakim Soria, Joaquin Benoit, Neal Cotts, Jonathan Papelbon, Antonio Bastardo, and surely many others that we don’t know about.
If you’re following things closely then chances are you sit on one side of the fence...
With seemingly infinite possibilities facing the Detroit Tigers and their roster remodeling project following the Prince Fielder trade, left field is sure to get some attention. If the Tigers make a move here, expect it to be for a left-handed hitter, and likely one with some pop in his bat. The Tigers have three options:
Go in-house with Andy Dirks/Nick Castellanos
Sign a free...
There has been one constant swirling around the Detroit Tigers trade rumor campfire so far this July. No matter which position it seems the Tigers will go after and who may be dealt and received in return, prized prospect Nick Castellanos is here to stay.
Nobody doubts this course of action. Very few question it. And the resolute tone that this topic is generally dismissed with...
It has been rumored that the Tigers may be inquiring into the asking price on Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels.
Hamels is currently 10-4 with a 3.08 ERA and 111 K’s in as many innings for the fightin’ Phils. He is a bona fide ace and would bring a dominant left-handed starter to the Tigers for the first time since, well, since when? Denny McLain? That may not be as far off...