The Detroit Tigers announced the club has released lefthanded pitcher Adam Wilk after his contract was sold by the organization to a team in the Korean Baseball League.
A worn-out bullpen is prompting changes in the Tigers’ pitching staff.
The Detroit Tigers struggled on the mound, at the plate and in the field in their latest loss.
Adam Wilk saw his fastball get hit Thursday night. And his curve.
Facing a dangerous lineup in his first major league start, Adam Wilk never thought one of his own teammates would knock him out of the game.
The depth of the Tigers starting pitching in their minor league system is being tested because Duane Below has already had to do a lot out of the bullpen early this season, Doug Fister is on the disabled list, Jacob Turner ailing and Andrew Oliver and Casey Crosby struggling.
The Detroit Tigers today announced the club has agreed to terms with the following five players on contracts for the 2012 season
Left-hander Phil Coke returns to active roster status in time to start Wednesday in Texas, where the Tigers won the series opener 13-7 Monday. Coke will have spent the minimum 15 days on the disabled list due to a bone bruise in his right foot.
The Detroit Tigers have placed reliever David Purcey on the paternity leave list and recalled left-hander Adam Wilk from Triple-A Toledo.
Will Detroit management have to change its mind about whom to send down when Andy Oliver is pulled up Saturday to pitch against Boston?