Jim Leyland Calls Mike Ilitch 'A Manager's Dream'Leyland spoke live on 97.1 The Ticket on Friday night, just hours after Ilitch's death was announced.
"Jim Leyland: A Life in Baseball" To Debut On "MLB Network Presents" On January 31 At 9:00 P.M. ETA clip from Jim Leyland: A Life in Baseball can be viewed here.
Jim Leyland "Definitely Thinks" Tigers Will Make Playoffs"When you’re in a situation like this, you have to make sure that you realize that you have to win," said Leyland, who was involved in numerous playoff races over his 22-year career as a big-league manager.
Jim Leyland And Justin Verlander Comment On Rangers-Blue Jays Brawl, Baseball's Unwritten RulesMLB Senior Vice President Joe Garagiola likely will issue suspensions after consulting with Chief Baseball Officer Joe Torre.
Jim Leyland To Manage Team USA In 2017 World Baseball ClassicUSA Baseball announced Friday that Jim Leyland has been named the manager of Team USA for the 2017 World Baseball Classic.
Prince Fielder Returns To Comerica For First Time Since Trade [VIDEO]“Well, last time I got booed, so why change?” he said with a grin.
Jim Leyland: 'I Don't Know About That' When Talking About Trading Porcello Or Price“I’m kind of surprised being here at the Winter Meetings that you really haven’t heard about Scherzer."
Guide To America's Thanksgiving Parade 2014Everything you need to know about the 88th America’s Thanksgiving Parade including, parking, road closures and a list of the celebrity who's who.
Jim Leyland Channels His Inner Teenager, Takes First Selfie [PHOTO]Retirement must be nice for Leyland, because he seems much cheerier now that he's taken a behind-the-scenes role with the team.
Jim Leyland Reveals Carefree New Attitude To Jeff Riger, Laughs About 'Cat And Mouse' Game He Played With Media It's always nice to see the ole' skip at the ballpark...
Leyland Enjoying New Role With Tigers; Players Reminisce About Old Skipper"I’m quite a ways away," Leyland said, "but at the same time pretty close.”
Mixed Reaction For Bonds In Pittsburgh Homecoming Barry Bonds spent a portion of Monday morning driving around Pittsburgh, marveling at the changes he's seen in the city since baseball's career home run king bolted for San Francisco more than two decades ago.