Early Ups And Downs A Familiar Feeling For TigersThe pattern is a familiar one for Detroit manager Brad Ausmus: The Tigers start the season brilliantly and look like they might be one of the best teams in baseball, then they fall back toward .500 just as quickly.
Big-Spending Tigers Hope To Return To Top Of AL CentralIan Kinsler felt a few butterflies while traveling to spring training this year, an unexpected sign of nerves for a veteran player.
Upton In Second Slot As Tigers Begin Exhibition Schedule“Upton tends to get on base more. You want as many guys on base in front of Miggy, Victor and J.D. (Martinez).”
Biggest Detroit Sports Questions That Will Be Answered In 20162015 was no slouch, but 2016 could be a year for Detroit sports just as entertaining, depressing or mind-blowing, depending on which sports one follows.
On Your Mark, Get Set: Managers Ready For Mound Sprints"You'll see some pitching coaches trying to get in shape," Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss said.
McGehee Agrees To Minor League Contract With TigersMcGehee is a career .259 hitter in 820 major league games since 2008.
Tigers Take The Field For First Workout Of Spring TrainingThe Detroit Tigers have started their first workout for pitchers and catchers.
Justin Verlander Will Start For Tigers On Opening DayBarring anything unforeseen, this year will be Verlander's eighth Opening Day start.
What To Watch For During Tigers Spring TrainingThe Tigers will kick off their spring training schedule at the end of February. Here are the biggest things to watch for while the team is in Florida.
Ausmus, Tigers Heading Into 2016 With 'Much, Much Stronger Bullpen'The bullpen’s performance isn’t exactly a favorite topic of manager Brad Ausmus, either. He knows it was shaky at best, brutally bad at times, and inconsistent always.
Tigers' Bruce Rondon Reportedly Recovering From Chikungunya VirusBruce Rondon will reportedly miss the Tigers' winter caravan and TigerFest this week because he's suffering from the Chikungunya virus. The virus is transmitted to humans via mosquitoes.
Flags, Firings And A Fail Mary: Top Detroit Sports Stories Of 2015We saw hirings and firings, a teenager taking over hockey, a flurry of yellow flags, a Hail Mary, a botched punt and, oh yeah, the Red Wings still haven’t missed the playoffs.

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