Tigers Agree To Terms With 14 Players On Minor League Contracts For 2017 SeasonThe Detroit Tigers announced today that the club has agreed to terms on minor league contracts for the 2017 season with 14 players.
Could Tigers Flip The Script And Make A Run At McCutchen?Could they go one step further and actually become buyers? Recent history suggests it's a legitimate possibility.
Tigers Select Lefty Reliever Daniel Stumpf In Rule 5 DraftThe Tigers weren't necessarily "aggressive" in the Rule 5 Draft - as Al Avila said they would be - but they did pick up a potential bullpen arm.
Why J.D. Martinez To The Giants Is Highly Unlikelyf the many teams J.D. Martinez has been linked to in trade rumors, the San Francisco Giants have popped up the most.
Report: Anibal Sanchez Drawing Interest On Trade MarketAccording to Ken Rosenthal, Sanchez has been drawing interest from opposing teams.
Report: Tigers Struggling To Find Takers For J.D., KinslerMartinez and Kinsler were viewed as valuable trade chips entering this offseason given their steady production and affordable contracts.
Brad Ausmus: We Don't Want To Trade Our Stars"It’s so much easier to talk about trading people and a lot harder to actually trade them..."
Avila Wants To Keep Fans Happy, But Leery Of Luxury TaxFor many Tigers fans, this offseason has been a stressful one.
Could Tigers Find Next Center Fielder In Rule 5 Draft?"We do plan to be aggressive in the Rule 5. As a matter of fact, while I'm here, I have my guys studying it right now," general manager Al Avila told MLB Network on Tuesday morning from the Winter Meetings in Maryland.
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Winter Meetings Heat Up: Melancon To Giants, Hill To DodgersNothing yet on the other top trade targets — Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen and possibly two Detroit fixtures, slugger Miguel Cabrera and pitcher Justin Verlander.
Could Tigers Actually Become Buyers?Per MLB's new collective bargaining agreement, the Tigers would be hit with a 30 percent luxury tax (on the overage) if their payroll exceeds $195 million next season.