Former Tigers Catcher Alex Avila Signs With White SoxAvila (the son of Tigers general manager and vice president of baseball operations, Al) has spent his entire major league career in Detroit.
Lloyd McClendon Named Toledo Mud Hens ManagerMcClendon, who was on Jim Leyland’s staff from 2006-13, now joins the Toledo Mud Hens – the Tigers’ Triple-A affiliate – as their manager, the team announced Monday.
Tigers Add Fulmer, 2 Other Prospects To 40-Man RosterAcquired from the New York Mets on July 31, Michael Fulmer spent time with Single-A Port St. Lucie, Double-A Binghamton and Erie this past season.
MLB Closer To New Recommendations For Safety Nets For 2016There were several instances of fans injured by foul balls this year.
Tigers Get Closer Francisco Rodriguez In Trade With BrewersThe club has acquired righthanded pitcher Francisco Rodriguez and a player to be named later from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for infielder Javier Betancourt and a player to be named later.
Reports: Tigers Interested In Starters Iwakuma, GallardoAl Avila and the Detroit Tigers are targeting free agent starting pitchers Hisashi Iwakuma of the Seattle Mariners and Yovani Gallardo of the Texas Rangers.
Seattle Acquires Benoit From Padres For 2 Minor LeaguersSeattle added to its bullpen Thursday, acquiring 38-year-old right-hander Joaquin Benoit from the San Diego Padres for two minor league prospects — right-handed pitcher Enyel De Los Santos and infielder Nelson Ward.
Error! MLB-Licensed '16 Nationals Calendar Shows Fenway Park [PHOTO]Charge an error to the company licensed by Major League Baseball to produce the Washington Nationals' 2016 calendar.
Baseball Writers Announce Finalists For Major AwardsOakland's Sonny Gray, Houston lefty Dallas Keuchel and 2012 winner David Price, traded from Detroit to Toronto during the season, are the finalists in the AL.
Brad Ausmus Joins Legends On 2016 Hall Of Fame BallotKen Griffey Jr. and Trevor Hoffman are among 15 newcomers on this year's Hall of Fame ballot.
Report: Tigers Show Strong Interest In Free Agent Reliever Darren O'DayJon Heyman of CBS Sports reported that the Tigers are one of six teams going hard after sidearm-throwing reliever Darren O'Day.
Tigers GM Al Avila Says Club Is Going After Two Starting Pitchers"We’ll make decisions in spring training, but at the same time here in the offseason, we've got to target the best available relievers."
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