I’m tired of seeing Ryan Raburn in left field. I don’t expect him to be a gold glover but he too many times he looks lost out there.
The switch of Ryan Raburn to second base seems to have perked up Detroit’s offense in the short term.
There are a several upsides of having Ryan Raburn play second base and one modest downside.
Phil Coke turned in his second strong start and appears to be making a successful return to being a rotation member.
Manager Jim Leyland wants that troublesome right ankle completely healthy so he doesn’t have to worry whether Ordonez can play or not or if the right fielder is going to have to come out of games due to soreness.
It’s all but certain Detroit will open the season with no third catcher, as it did last year, but the complicating factor is that this season, both catchers will be in the lineup at the same time for most games.
The Detroit Tigers today announced the club has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with outfielder Ryan Raburn, thus avoiding arbitration. Raburn batted .280 (104×371) with 54 runs scored, 25 doubles, a triple, 15 […]
The Tigers today have recalled the contract of righthanded pitcher Alfredo Figaro from Triple A Toledo. The club has optioned outfielder Ryan Raburn to Toledo.