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Detroit Free Press

Detroit Tigers vs. Justin Verlander, Houston Astros: Time, game info

2:10 p.m., FSD, 97.1 FM: Detroit Tigers face Justin Verlander for first time since last years trade        

Detroit Sports Nation

Tigers vs. Astros series - Freep

        CHECK IT OUT - Other articles you might enjoyJustin Verlander on Detroit Tigers: Im rooting for them, just not against us - FreepJuly 13, 20188Detroit Tigers Michael Fulmer, Nick Castellanos swirling in trade rumors - FreepJuly 13, 201828ON DECK: Tigers close out first half against defending champion Astros in HoustonJuly 13, 201867Detroit Tigers vs.… Read the rest

Bless You Boys

2018 BYB midseason Tigers prospect rankings: 26-30

A handful of high ceiling prospects rounds out our midseason top 30 list. For the first time in a number of years, the Detroit Tigers are no longer the most important team in their own organization. Sure, we want to see the big league club succeed, but with the franchise now entrenched in its first rebuild in over a decade, MLB wins aren’t as important as minor league development. The Tigers have bolstered their farm system depth through the draft and trades over the past couple seasons, and now boast one of the better collections of minor league talent in baseball. They’re not a top...

Detroit Sports Nation

Detroit Tigers takeaways from 3-0 loss to Astros: Mike Fiers solid - Freep

The Tigers are a rebuilding team and the Astros are the defending World Series champions and the difference was obvious Friday night in Houston.         CHECK IT OUT - Other articles you might enjoyJustin Verlander on Detroit Tigers: Im rooting for them, just not against us - FreepJuly 13, 20188Detroit Tigers Michael Fulmer, Nick Castellanos swirling in trade rumors - FreepJuly 13, 201828ON DECK: Tigers close out first half against defending champion Astros in HoustonJuly 13, 201867Detroit Tigers vs.… Read the rest

River Ave. Blues

Trade Deadline Rumors: Machado, Wheeler, Samardzija, Tigers

Later tonight the Yankees and Indians will continue their four-game series with the third game at Progressive Field. That’s a 7:15pm ET start. Until then, here are some trade rumors to check out. “Strong” offer for Machado doesn’t include Sheffield, Frazier The Yankees are making a “serious” push for Manny Machado and have made a […] The post Trade Deadline Rumors: Machado, Wheeler, Samardzija, Tigers appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

Detroit Free Press

Justin Verlander: Detroit Tigers fans were on my mind for 2017 trade

It’s going to be different, Justin Verlander knows, and he expects more nerves than normal on Sunday against the Detroit Tigers.        

Pinstripe Alley

NYY News: We’re riding the Machado train to the All-Star Break

Brian Cashman simply did his job when asking about Machado; Cashman praises Andujar in response to rumors of not being high on him; Tigers scouting Yankees in Cleveland for potential Fulmer trade; Jacoby Ellsbury still hurting; Chapman decides to sit out for the All-Star Game New York Daily News | Bill Madden: It’s trade season and everyone is curious where Manny Machado will end up. There have been tweets saying that the Yankees have made a strong offer, perhaps the strongest. According to this, it seems that all Brian Cashman did was call Dan Duquette to see how available he was....

Detroit Sports Nation

Detroit Tigers' Michael Fulmer, Nick Castellanos swirling in trade rumors - Freep

The names will continue to be bandied about, most notably Michael Fulmer and Nicholas Castellanos, as the Detroit Tigers approach the trade deadline.         CHECK IT OUT - Other articles you might enjoyON DECK: Tigers close out first half against defending champion Astros in HoustonJuly 13, 201828Detroit Tigers vs.… Read the rest

Bless You Boys

Rumors: Tigers fielding offers for Fulmer, Castellanos

Tigers rumors are continuing to surface ahead of the trade deadline. The Detroit Tigers have far fewer assets to deal at the MLB trade deadline this season compared to a year ago, but that does not mean they will be completely void of action. Francisco Liriano and Mike Fiers are the obvious candidates, as back-end starting pitchers are always a sought-after commodity, and Jose Iglesias could see some interest as well. However, the two most valuable players on the roster are Michael Fulmer and Nicholas Castellanos, and it appears that the Tigers have received some interest on both. Per Bob...

Detroit Sports Nation

Justin Verlander on Detroit Tigers: 'I'm rooting for them, just not against us' - Freep

The Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander talks about the Detroit Tigers rebuild process and what he misses most about Detroit.         CHECK IT OUT - Other articles you might enjoyJustin Verlander on Detroit Tigers: Im rooting for them, just not against us - FreepJuly 13, 20186Detroit Tigers Michael Fulmer, Nick Castellanos swirling in trade rumors - FreepJuly 13, 201824ON DECK: Tigers close out first half against defending champion Astros in HoustonJuly 13, 201860Detroit Tigers vs.… Read the rest

Detroit Free Press

Detroit Tigers' Michael Fulmer, Nick Castellanos swirling in trade rumors

The names will continue to be bandied about, most notably Michael Fulmer and Nicholas Castellanos, as the Detroit Tigers approach the trade deadline.        

Bless You Boys

2018 BYB midseason Tigers prospect rankings: 21-25

Morgan and Soto are two prospects that have seen their stock fall considerably this year. For the first time in a number of years, the Detroit Tigers are no longer the most important team in their own organization. Sure, we want to see the big league club succeed, but with the franchise now entrenched in its first rebuild in over a decade, MLB wins aren’t as important as minor league development. The Tigers have recently bolstered their farm system depth through the draft and trades, and now boast one of the better collections of minor league talent in baseball. They’re not a top system...

Bless You Boys

BYB Podcast Episode 25: You’re an All-Star in our hearts, Nick Castellanos

The editorial staff discusses the week in Tigers’ baseball. With the Tigers stumbling toward the break, the editorial staff assesses their chances of a profitable trading season and an interesting second half. Those chances...are not too great! The Tigers are scuffling, and too many players they hoped to trade are going in the wrong direction. Jordan Zimmermann is suddenly pitching some of the best baseball of his career despite the endless plague of injuries. How will the Tigers fill out their pitching staff in the second half if they move multiple starters? Joe Jimenez is an...

Florida Marlins Blog | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Cameron Maybin helping Marlins young players deal with the pressures of expectations

Cameron Maybin was once a figure of organizational hope for the Marlins. A former first-round pick of the Detroit Tigers, Maybin, along with Andrew Miller, was the main return in the infamous Miguel Cabrera trade that sent the 24-year-old Cabrera to Detroit, where he won two AL MVPs. The Marlins...

Pinstripe Alley

Yankees potential trade partner: Detroit Tigers

The Yankees are scouting Michael Fulmer, but who else do the Tigers have to offer? The Yankees are conducting an exhaustive search for help at this summer’s trade deadline. Brian Cashman explained to reporters that he reached out to over 20 teams about potentials last month alone. If a team isn’t in a playoff position right now, Cashman probably called them to see if there’s a match. The Detroit Tigers stand out as one potential trade partner. We know that the Yankees are scouting staff ace Michael Fulmer, but that deserves a more detailed analysis. Pinstripe Alley will cover Fulmer...

DRaysBay

View from the Catwalk: “That would have been out by a mile at Yankee Stadium”

Rays stadium presentation, Wilson Ramos continues to be amazing, and Manny Machado trade rumors Rays Links The Tampa Bay Rays improved to three games over .500 last night, marking their best record of the season. They defeated the Detroit Tigers, 5-2, Wilson Ramos provided the big blow, a three run home run in the third inning, while the Rays pitching staff did their part on a bullpen day, holding Detroit scoreless over the first eight innings, before Adam Kolarek surrendered two runs in the 9th. Stuart Sternberg joined the crew for a prolonged cameo as he discussed the team’s new...

Bless You Boys

2018 BYB midseason Tigers prospect rankings: 16-20

Baez held steady on our countdown while many others moved up or down quite a bit. For the first time in a number of years, the Detroit Tigers are no longer the most important team in their own organization. Sure, we want to see the big league club succeed, but with the franchise now entrenched in its first rebuild in over a decade, MLB wins aren’t as important as minor league development. The Tigers have bolstered their farm system depth through the draft and trades over the past couple seasons, and now boast one of the better collections of minor league talent in baseball. They’re not...

Bless You Boys

Joe Jimenez earned his Tigers’ All-Star selection

But it demonstrates a lack of star power on the team For the first time in a long time the Tigers did not have a clear All-Star on their roster. After the fire sale at last year’s trade deadline, the injury of Miguel Cabrera, and lackluster performance of Michael Fulmer, Victor Martinez, and Shane Greene, the Tigers’ selection to the 2018 All-Star Game is wide open. Nicholas Castellanos (.301/.352/.518, 135 wRC+) and Niko Goodrum (.251/.324/.457, 111 wRC+) have been the Tigers’ best hitters, but unfortunately they both play at positions where talent runs deep. In the outfield, there...

Detroit Free Press

Francisco Liriano's trade value plummets in Detroit Tigers 10-9 loss

Takeaways from a wild game at Tropicana Field, a 10-9 Detroit Tigers loss in 10 innings        

Detroit Free Press

Detroit Tigers mailbag: Will Michael Fulmer really be traded?

In this weeks Detroit Tigers mailbag, Free Press sports writer Anthony Fenech takes a stab at who will be moved at the July 31 trade deadline.        

Detroit Sports Nation

Detroit Tigers mailbag: Will Michael Fulmer really be traded? - Freep

In this week's Detroit Tigers mailbag, Free Press sports writer Anthony Fenech takes a stab at who will be moved at the July 31 trade deadline.        

Reviewing the Brew

Milwaukee Brewers: Are they in on Rays starter Chris Archer?

The Milwaukee Brewers interest in Tampa Bay Rays starter Chris Archer dates back to this past off season. Could the Brewers make a move for Archer before the July trade deadline? It seems possible. A Brewers scout is in attendance at Tigers-Rays in St. Pete tonight, where Francisco Liriano and Chris Archer were the starters. […] Milwaukee Brewers: Are they in on Rays starter Chris Archer? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Bless You Boys

2018 BYB midseason prospect rankings: 11-15

Another 2018 draftee, infielder Kody Clemens, joins the countdown. For the first time in a number of years, the Detroit Tigers are no longer the most important team in their own organization. Sure, we want to see the big league club succeed, but with the franchise now entrenched in its first rebuild in over a decade, MLB wins aren’t as important as minor league development. The Tigers have bolstered their farm system depth through the draft and trades over the past couple seasons, and now boast one of the better collections of minor league talent in baseball. They’re not a top system...

Bless You Boys

GameThread: Tigers vs. Rangers, 4:10 p.m.

Mike Fiers vs. Cole Hamels Texas Rangers (39-50) at Detroit Tigers (39-51) Time/Place: 4:10 p.m., Comerica ParkForecast: SB Nation site: Lone Star BallMedia: Fox Sports Detroit, MLB.TV, Tigers Radio NetworkPitching Matchup: LHP Cole Hamels (4-7, 4.05 ERA) vs. RHP Mike Fiers (5-5, 3.79 ERA) Gameday reading Preview: Is Mike Fiers a trade chip now? Recap: Jordan Zimmermann has his best start as a Tiger No, the Tigers are not trading Jordan Zimmermann 2018 BYB midseason prospect rankings: 6-10 FanPost Friday: Make your own MLB All-Star rosters! Here’s where the Tigers’ 2018 draftees are...

Bless You Boys

Game 91 Preview: Rangers at Tigers

Fiers has been one of the most pleasant surprises of the year on this Tigers team. As we get closer to the All-Star break, we also draw closer to the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. The Trade Rumor Silly Season, as it should be called, is starting to take shape. Teams are starting to assess whether they are buyers or sellers, and will kick negotiations into high gear soon. While there seem to be more sellers than usual, a tightly contested National League Wild Card race should still drum up some interested buyers. The Colorado Rockies appear to be one, while the St. Louis Cardinals...

River Ave. Blues

Trade Deadline Notes: Harvey, Happ, Ross, Royals, Tigers

Later today the Yankees and Blue Jays will continue their three-game weekend series with the middle game. That’s a 4:07pm ET start. Here are some trade deadline notes to check out in the meantime. Harvey “not high” on Yankees’ list The kinda maybe possibly good again Matt Harvey is “not high” on the Yankees’ list […] The post Trade Deadline Notes: Harvey, Happ, Ross, Royals, Tigers appeared first on River Avenue Blues.

Detroit Sports Nation

Is Jordan Zimmermann turning himself into a viable trade piece for the Tigers?

The Detroit Tigers snapped a three-game skid on Friday with a 2-1 victory over the Texas Rangers, behind a brilliant eight-inning performance from Jordan Zimmermann. After allowing a leadoff home run to the Rangers’ Shin-Soo Choo on the second pitch of the evening, Zimmermann surrendered just three more hits the remainder of the way, retiring the final 11 hitters he faced. It was just the fourth time in 58 starts with the Tigers than he had gone eight innings deep into a game. Zimmermann also punched out 11 Texas batters, the first time he reached double-digit strikeouts in a start since...

Lone Star Ball

39-51 - Hamels, Rangers tamed by Tigers in 7-2 loss

Cole Hamels doesn’t even make it out of the first inning in latest loss Either Cole Hamels is really, really done with being in Texas or he really, really doesn’t want to be dealt. Either way, after allowing seven runs (four earned) in 2⁄3 innings, that slide whistle sound you heard coming out of Detroit this afternoon was Hamels’ value plummeting weeks before the trade deadline. But hey, how about that Shin-Soo Choo trade value! Player of the Game: Choo hit a double to lead off the game which stretched his on base streak to 46 games. 46 consecutive games reaching base ties Choo...