2006 American League Champion Magglio Ordoñez To Participate In 10th Anniversary CelebrationMagglio Ordoñez, who hit one of the most memorable home runs in franchise history when his blast sent the Tigers to the World Series in 2006, will participate in the club's 10th Anniversary celebration of the 2006 American League Championship team on Saturday, September 24 at Comerica Park.
Magglio Ordonez Jr, Son Of Former All-Star, SuspendedDetroit outfielder Magglio Ordonez Jr., a son of retired six-time All-Star Magglio Ordonez, has been suspended for 50 games under baseball's minor league drug program following a second positive test for a drug of abuse.
Former Slugger Ordonez Elected Mayor In Venezuela A year after retiring from baseball, former star Magglio Ordonez has been elected as the mayor of a city in his native Venezuela.
Ordonez Makes Retirement OfficialOrdonez also won the American League batting title in 2007, hitting .363 with 28 home runs, 54 doubles and 139 RBIs.
Magglio Ordonez To Retire After spending the last 6 months without a team, former Detroit Tigers' star Magglio Ordoñez will officially announce his retirement in a special pregame ceremony on Sunday.
Jeff Riger: How Will You Remember Maggs?When Dave Dombrowski sat down with the media on Tuesday afternoon, he made no secret of the fact that Magglio Ordonez and Carlos Guillen will not be returning to Detroit.
Tigers Don't Expect To Have Ordonez, Guillen Back Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski says it is highly unlikely free agents Magglio Ordonez and Carlos Guillen will be back next season.
Delmon Young Added To The ALCS RosterMagglio Ordonez broke his right ankle during game 1 of the ALDS there was thought that Delmon Young could be added back onto the ALCS roster.
Leyland Upbeat Despite Loss Of OrdonezJim Leyland is a guy who likes challenges.
Ordonez Out For Rest Of Postseason PlayMagglio Ordonez will miss the rest of the postseason because of an ankle injury, the second Detroit Tigers outfielder out of the AL championship series.
Ordonez: 'I Almost Hung It Up'He's not the focus of the Tiger lineup anymore. He's not the Tigers' MVP candidate, or even the second choice.
Jeff Riger: Inge And Ordonez Defy All Odds!In what could have been the best sports weekend of my adult life, I think it's very important that the Tigers don't get lost in the mix.