Ian Kinsler is settling in with the Tigers nicely.
Just when you think Tigers slugger and back-to-back MVP couldn’t get cooler, he goes and takes a picture with Ice Cube.
Miguel Cabrera is playing a new/old position this year with the transition back to first base after the departure of Prince Fielder.
Shortly before the start of a spring training game last month, Dave Dombrowski paused briefly to sign a few autographs for fans.
If Miguel Cabrera keeps winning MVP awards into the twilight of his career, his massive new contract will become even more lucrative.
Alex Gonzalez drove in the winning run in his Detroit debut, lining a single to left off Greg Holland in the ninth inning that gave the Tigers a 4-3 opening-day victory over the Kansas City Royals on Monday.
Back-to-back MVP Miguel Cabrera is embracing the roll of MVP.
“I think one of the greatest things about our Tigers owner is that he’s exceptionally passionate about the Tigers, he is like every other fan coming to the ballgame, he’s excited, he’s probably got some butterflies.”
Even as he smiled, James made it clear he found the idea of such a contract quite enticing.
Reaction to the Miguel Cabrera contract has been swift and divided.