Remember Rick Porcello? That tall lanky kid who was a pitcher for the Tigers, he wore #48? He’s gone.
Several teams, including the Detroit Tigers, are looking at Cubs reliever Carlos Marmol, according to ESPNChicago.com’s Bruce Levine.
The Texas Rangers asked about Detroit Tigers right-handed pitcher Rick Porcello on Monday, according to ESPNNewYork.com’s Adam Rubin.
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland has plenty of hitting at his disposal and a top-notch starting rotation. His bullpen, though, could be a problem.
Tim Hudson allowed a long home run to Prince Fielder, but Juan Francisco’s three-run shot off Rick Porcello helped the Atlanta Braves to a 5-3 victory Wednesday.
Both starters – Hudson and Detroit’s Rick Porcello – threw two scoreless innings.
It feels like ages ago when Rick Porcello took the mound as Detroit’s starter in a one-game playoff against Minnesota for the 2009 AL Central title.
Talking line-up, will Andy Dirks become an everyday player in the upcoming season? Despite the “free Dirks” campaign, it didn’t sound like it.
The Detroit Tigers today announced the club has agreed to 2013 contracts with righthanded pitchers Doug Fister and Rick Porcello, lefthanded pitcher Phil Coke, catcher Alex Avila and outfielders Brennan Boesch and Austin Jackson.
The Tigers and Cubs are discussing a trade involving Tigers right-handed SP Rick Porcello, according to MASNsports.com’s Roch Kubatko.