WWJ’s Roberta Jasina and Tom Jordan will broadcast live from Comerica Park’s Champions Club on April 6th to help kick-off the 2015 baseball season!
The commissioner’s office said Monday his suspension will start when he signs with another major league organization.
Bergman spent nine seasons with the Tigers, his first coming in 1984 when he helped the team to a World Series victory.
The deal is a Minor League contract including an invitation to Spring Training. Kelly spent six out of his seven Major League years with the Tigers, batting .234 with 23 home runs.
Scherzer turned down an offer from Detroit last March that would have paid him $144 million from 2015-20.
With the completion of the deals, right-handed relief pitcher Al Alburquerque remains the only arbitration-eligible player the Tigers have yet to settle with.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Tigers have expressed interest in veteran starting pitcher Justin Masterson, who spent time with the Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Cardinals in 2014.
With four straight division titles to their credit — but no World Series championship since 1984 — the boldness is understandable.
FOX Sports’ Jon Morosi reported on Wednesday night that the Tigers have traded for outfielder Anthony Gose, sending top prospect Devon Travis to Toronto in return.
Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski said that the team’s number one priority would be to re-sign Silver Slugger Award-winning designated hitter Victor Martinez.