Detroit Tigers Have Had 10 Different Left Fielders In The Last 10 Years Start Opening DayHere's hoping Upton can surpass all that have played in left field before him.
Tigers Exercise Option On Joakim Soria; Dirks Claimed By Blue JaysThe Detroit Tigers have announced today they have exercised an option on RHP Joakim Soria.
Dirks Still On DL, Has Muscular Inflammation The Detroit Tigers have recalled Andy Dirks' injury rehab assignment, and the team says the outfielder is dealing with muscular inflammation in his lower back from increased activity.
Tigers Trainer Kevin Rand Discusses Rehab Assignment Of Andy DirksDirks has missed the entire season to this point after undergoing back surgery in March.
With Emergence Of J.D. Martinez, Pending Return Of Dirks, Who's The Odd Man Out?To add a player to the 40-man roster, the Tigers will have to drop one, obviously.
Tigers Sign Outfielder J.D. Martinez To Minor League ContractMartinez hit .274 in 53 games for the Astros in 2011, recorded a .241 average in 113 games in 2012, and hit .250 in 86 games in 2013.
Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski: 'We're Somewhat In A Jam'Even outside of the injuries, it has been a rather bumpy offseason for the Tigers.
Here's Why The 12 Week Loss Of Andy Dirks Is A Big Deal For The Tigers Viewed in a vacuum, the news that Andy Dirks will miss the next 12 weeks with the Tigers is no big deal.
Dirks Expected To Miss 3 Months After Back SurgeryDetroit Tigers outfielder Andy Dirks is expected to miss three months because of a back problem that requires surgery.
3 Key Players For The Tigers In '14 Not That Many People Are Talking AboutAndy Dirks - Dirks had an OPS well above .800 in 2012 and well below .800 in 2013.
Does Dombrowski Believe The Happy Story He's Selling? [BLOG] Dombrowski shot down reports of getting guys like Shin-Soo Choo and Carlos Beltran and made it very clear that the Tigers will not be players in the free agent market for the rest of the offseason.
Leyland Talks Peralta, Oakland On 97.1 The TicketThe Detroit Tigers playoff roster has yet to be officially finalized, but from manager Jim Leyland's comments to 97.1 The Ticket, it sounds like shortstop-turned-left fielder Jhonny Peralta is a lock.