DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers will be going with an extra bullpen pitcher and one less player on the bench for the "short-term" future.
Hard-throwing, right-handed reliever Justin Miller, who had been closing for Toledo, was called up from the Mud Hens before Friday night's game with the Los Angeles Angels. Outfielder Tyler Collins, who was batting .143 with 14 at-bats...
Tigers made a move today to replenish a worn out bullpen, by bringing up righty Justin Miller from Toledo and sending down Tyler Collins. Since they have 10 games left on this home stand, and Collins has to stay down for 10 days, Miller should get a nice audition before the Tigers have to think about making another move.
1. Kinsler, 2B
2. Hunter, RF
3. Cabrera, 1B
4. Martinez, DH...
The Detroit Tigers have been met with uncertainty this spring due to injuries to expected starters Jose Iglesias and Andy Dirks. While the majority of the focus, and rightfully so, has surrounded what to do at shortstop, one players has been emerging as the potential 5th outfielder.
That guy is Tyler Collins.
Collins, 23, is a 5’11’’, 215 lb. bruiser with a lot of athleticism...
With Andy Dirks out of the lineup for the next couple of months, the Detroit Tigers find themselves searching for someone to pair with Rajai Davis in a left-field platoon. Could Tyler Collins be the answer?
He continued to state his case for a shot with a two-run homer on Tuesday against the New York Mets.
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A number of quick hit pieces of information from the Tigers win Saturday afternoon, featuring plenty of offense from a number of youngsters, including Tyler Collins, Danny Worth, Nick Castellanos and especially Ian Kinsler.
Kiley shares video of the Detroit Tigers left field prospect Tyler Collins.
Kiley takes a step back from breaking down AFL clubs one-by-one to take a closer look at the Tigers prospects from the Mesa club, with longer reports and new video on Corey Knebel and Tyler Collins.
This is Tyler Collins, I think. I have no idea. I've never actually seen him before. All I know is he isn't the the R&B singer.
In the Tigers' 2013 spring training opener, Collins broke up a no hitter in the eighth inning with a triple, hit a double in the ninth, and also made a diving catch. He's one of the Tigers' top hitting prospects and he promises...