The Los Angeles Angels have signed veteran left-hander Dontrelle Willis out of the independent Atlantic League.
Dontrelle Willis’ retirement is over — and the left-hander is trying to resurrect his career where it started, with the Cubs.
Left-hander Dontrelle Willis is retiring following a rocky stretch with Baltimore’s top farm club.
While Detroit waits for the decisions of Zack Parise and Ryan Suter, I didn’t want it to go unnoticed that two Motown legends decided to call it quits on Monday afternoon.
Dontrelle Willis has a new role on another new team.
Detroit skipper Jim Leyland talks about Miguel Cabrera winning the MVP, on what his team might look like next year and the almost 2.5 million that came out to see the Tigers play this […]
Arizona Diamondback pitcher Dontrelle Willis talks to the media after his first game back at Comerica Park after getting traded. Willis talks a lot about how much he loves this area and he is rooting for the Tigers […]
Dontrelle Willis was a major disappointment during his time in Detroit. He’s off to a better start with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
There’ll be some catching up to do when Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera connects with his former teammate and good friend, Dontrelle Willis, on the field before tonight’s game.
A sentiment ran through the Tigers’ clubhouse Tuesday night after Dontrelle Willis was traded to Arizona: