Fielder needs a change of scenery, and the Tigers need a change for him.
This could end up being one of the greatest trades in recent Detroit history.
After Game 6 of the ALCS, Detroit Tigers slugger Prince Fielder said, “It’s not really tough for me. It’s over, bro.” In hindsight, those words look an awful lot like foreshadowing.
Texas Rangers and Tigers have agreed on a blockbuster trade to send Prince Fielder to Texas for Ian Kinsler.
By trading Price Fielder to the Rangers for Ian Kinsler, Dave Dombrowski pulled a rabbit out of a hat. More than that.
The Detroit Tigers today announced the club has purchased the contracts of lefthanded pitcher Kyle Lobstein, righthanded pitcher Justin Miller and first baseman Jordan Lennerton from Triple A Toledo, shortstop Eugenio Suarez and center fielder Daniel Fields from Double A Erie, and righthanded pitcher Jose Valdez and right fielder Steven Moya from Single A Lakeland.
According to reports by FOX Sports the Yankees have interest in free agent SS Jhonny Peralta.
The Detroit Tigers today named Omar Vizquel, Mick Billmeyer and Wally Joyner to the club’s coaching staff.
The 30-year-old third baseman is the first player to win MVP in back-to-back years since Frank Thomas in 1993 and 1994.
Since Scherzer won the AL Cy Young, I have become increasingly bitter.