Price names Martinez, not Cabrera, as the most difficult batter he has had to face.
“We’re going to miss those guys and those personalities,” Ausmus said, “but I’m not worried about there being a problem in the clubhouse.”
The Detroit Tigers visited with fans, answered questions and even posed for selfies during Thursday’s Kids Club Rally at Sterling Heights High School.
“I feel better than I have in three or four years,” Verlander said. “I’m genuinely excited.”
Tiger pitcher David Price is doing just fine…
Price would consider a contract extension with Detroit, but free agency does hold a strong appeal – and not just because of the money.
Justin Verlander isn’t hiding from it. He knows he has to be better in 2015.
Scherzer’s deal counts as $28,689,376 annually for purposes of baseball’s luxury tax.
In his introductory press conference, Scherzer acknowledged even he was staggered by the amount of the deal.
You will also see at the end of the video me almost getting beaned in the head while batting.