Tigers Bring Lobstein Off DL To Start Friday Vs ClevelandThe Tigers have activated left-hander Kyle Lobstein from the 60-day disabled list to start the opener of a weekend series against the Cleveland Indians.
More Experience For Lobstein A Major Upside Of Verlander InjuryWith every game Verlander misses, however, Lobstein gets another start, and that experience could benefit the Tigers sooner than later.
Lobstein Comfortable Back In Detroit, Excited To Start On SundayLobstein's first start this season will be Sunday against the Cleveland Indians.
Tigers Send Down Kyle Lobstein, Bring Up Evan Reed, Kyle RyanDetroit sent down Kyle Lobstein and brought up two other pitchers - reliever Evan Reed and starting pitcher Kyle Ryan.
Tigers Agree To Terms With Seven PlayersThe Detroit Tigers today announced the club has agreed to terms with the following seven players on contracts for the 2014 season
Tigers Purchase Contracts of Seven PlayersThe Detroit Tigers today announced the club has purchased the contracts of lefthanded pitcher Kyle Lobstein, righthanded pitcher Justin Miller and first baseman Jordan Lennerton from Triple A Toledo, shortstop Eugenio Suarez and center fielder Daniel Fields from Double A Erie, and righthanded pitcher Jose Valdez and right fielder Steven Moya from Single A Lakeland.
Tigers Outright Lobstein To Erie; Club Trades Casali To Rays To Retain Rights To LobsteinThe Detroit Tigers today announced the club has outrighted the contract of lefthanded pitcher Kyle Lobstein to Double A Erie. The club has traded catcher Curt Casali to the Tampa Bay Rays to retain the rights to Lobstein, a Rule 5 Draft selection.
Tigers Acquire Jeff Kobernus And Kyle LobsteinThe Detroit Tigers today announced the club has acquired second baseman Jeff Kobernus from the Boston Red Sox in exchange for infielder/outfielder Justin Henry, and the club acquired lefthanded pitcher Kyle Lobstein from the New York Mets in exchange for cash considerations.