Fans Cheer On Granderson As He Makes His Dodgers Debut On Saturday"I saw a couple 28 Granderson jerseys, which is really cool that people one still have it and it still fits them, and that they wanted to bring it out and show some support. So that was really cool."
Granderson Ends Samardzija's No-Hitter, Then Cespedes HomersCurtis Granderson has ended Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija's no-hit bid with a double to lead off the seventh inning.
Could Curtis Granderson Return To The Tigers?Granderson had a breakout year during the Tigers' magical run in 2006 and went on to be an All-Star with Detroit in 2009 before he was traded.
CBSSports.com: Fantasy Baseball Week 13 Starts And SitsIt’s always tough to start a platoon bat in Fantasy baseball. While some players can absolutely mash depending on the handedness of the pitcher, there’s always concern about their lack of playing time hurting their value. In many situations, this is the case.
CBSSports.com: Fantasy Baseball Week 5 Starts And SitsThe fantasy baseball experts at CBSSports.com break down who to start and who to sit for the upcoming week.
CBSSports.com: Fantasy Baseball Week 4 Starts And SitsThe fantasy baseball experts at CBSSports.com break down who to start and who to sit for the upcoming week.
Could The Tigers Sign Robinson Cano? Maybe - But Probably NotMight Dombrowski have another massive blockbuster up his sleeve? With him, it seems it is always possible.
David Phelps Will Be Important Piece For Yankees PitchingWhether as a starter or a reliever, David Phelps will likely be an integral part of the Yankees.
Former Tiger Granderson Breaks Arm, Out 10 Weeks Curtis Granderson jogged to first base after being hit on his right forearm as if it was a minor annoyance.
A-Rod, Granderson Still Out Of Lineup For Game 4 Alex Rodriguez was benched twice for the same game.
Tigers Win Ajax for Grandy Trade (Finally)Maybe you already thought the Tigers won in the Curtis Granderson for Austin Jackson (and others) trade.
Familiar Faces: Tigers, Yankees Recall 2009 Trade When outfielder Austin Jackson tracks down a deep fly or Detroit Tigers teammate Phil Coke throws a scoreless inning of relief, New York general manager Brian Cashman doesn't fret about the fact that both players could still be Yankees.