2:35 PM EDT, Tue October 22, 2019
Detroit Free Press 8 hours ago
Detroit Tigers could have kept Max Scherzer. Instead they have Miguel Cabrera

Detroit Tigers could have kept Max Scherzer. Instead they have Miguel Cabrera

Detroit Tigers had a chance to pay Max Scherzer the big money he wanted in 2014. Instead, they shoveled it to Miguel Cabrera.        
Detroit Free Press 8 hours ago

Trio of ex-Detroit Tigers pitchers are in 2019 World Series. How have they performed??

How ex-Tigers pitchers Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer and Anibal Sanchez have performed since leaving Motown. They're all in the 2019 World Series.       
Bless You Boys Oct 21, 2019
2019 Tigers review: Niko Goodrum

2019 Tigers review: Niko Goodrum

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports He was no star, but Goodrum turned in another solid season in his second year with Detroit. Nobody expected much of Niko Goodrum after the Detroit Tigers signed him as a minor league free agent heading into the 2018 season. The infielder was 1-for-17 in 18 plate appearances in his MLB career with the Minnesota Twins and was never considered a top prospect in the system. The Tigers seemed to like his minor league numbers, however — he posted a 102 wRC+ in Triple-A that year — and gave him a shot to make the team that spring. Naturally, Goodrum has been...
Bless You Boys Oct 21, 2019
2019 Player Review: Gregory Soto

2019 Player Review: Gregory Soto

Photo by Joe Robbins/ It was a tough rookie year for the lefty. The Detroit Tigers’ farm system has seldom been this stocked with exciting pitching talent, and the future of the organization lies in these arms. After years of trading away top talent for win-now players at the deadline, the Tigers have been slowly accumulating a hoard of strong pitchers, and soon the major league team should see this plan come to fruition. Among these names has rarely been Gregory Soto, a lower-tier prospect with modest numbers in the minors. Nevertheless, it was the 24-year-old lefthander who made his...
Bless You Boys Oct 21, 2019
Links: The World Series is here

Links: The World Series is here

What might have been | Photo by Mark Cunningham/MLB Photos via As we prepare to watch a bunch former Tigers square off in the World Series, we look at some possibilities for the 2020 club. Welcome to World Series week. If you stayed up until the wee hours of Sunday morning, you may have had the opportunity to witness the Houston Astros clinch the American League berth in the World Series as it happened. If you were already in bed like the rest of us, perhaps you felt it, like a warm comforting ripple through the force, reassuring you that there are some good things left in this cruel...