Even With Big Additions, Tigers Still Counting On Holdovers"You can bring in Babe Ruth to this team or any team, and it doesn't matter," general manager Al Avila said. "What's the key here is that everybody stays healthy and everybody does their part."
Miguel Cabrera Says Nike Turned Him Down For A Shoe Sponsorship [VIDEO]"Nobody wants me!" he joked, adding, "I don't blame them."
Miguel Cabrera Hosts 'The Miggy Ball' Thursday, January 28 To Benefit The Miguel Cabrera FoundationDetroit Tigers MVP slugger & Triple Crown Winner, Miguel Cabrera, will host ‘The Miggy Ball,’ the inaugural gala for The Miguel Cabrera Foundation on Thursday, January 28th, 2016.
Avila On Castellanos: 'His Bat Is Going To Do The Talking For Him'“I would probably say that right now, sitting here today, he’s probably a below-average defender, with the ability or the chance of becoming at least an average defender."
Cabrera Named Tigers Nominee For 2015 Hank Aaron AwardMajor League Baseball and MLB Advanced Media announced that Miguel Cabrera was named the Detroit Tigers nominee for the 2015 Hank Aaron Award.
Miguel Cabrera Named Tigers Nominee For The 2015 Roberto Clemente AwardMajor League Baseball and Chevrolet, the official vehicle of MLB, today announced that Miguel Cabrera was named the Detroit Tigers 2015 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet.
Tigers Blow Through Ten Pitchers But Get 8-7 Win Over RaysIf nothing else, Tuesday night’s five-hour, 13-inning slugfest between the Tigers and the Rays was an endurance test of baseball fandom. By the time James McCann slid into home after midnight off a Rajai Davis sacrifice fly to give Detroit an 8-7 win, hardly any fans remained at Comerica Park.
Tigers Find Their Offense But Simon Can't Find Strike Zone In 8-7 LossAlfredo Simon fell apart against the Angels, going four and 1/3 innings, allowing nine hits, eight earned runs, four walks and a home run, while striking out only two. Three of those earned runs were scored off Simon’s three wild pitches.
Cabrera Will Likely Come Off Tigers' Disabled List FridayDetroit Tigers All-Star first baseman Miguel Cabrera will likely come off the disabled list Friday and start against the Houston Astros.
Cabrera Takes Batting Practice, Could Return To Tigers SoonMiguel Cabrera could be activated from the disabled list this weekend by the Detroit Tigers after taking batting practice and running the bases Tuesday.
Miguel Cabrera Travels With Team, Participates In Batting PracticeThe first baseman, who has been on the disabled list since July 4 with a left calf strain, took some swings in batting practice Friday at Fenway Park.
Miguel Cabrera Welcomes Back Austin Jackson In Instagram VideoCabrera and Jackson both look to be enjoying themselves in what appears to be Miguel Cabrera's Mercedes S63.