What To Watch For During Tigers Spring TrainingThe Tigers will kick off their spring training schedule at the end of February. Here are the biggest things to watch for while the team is in Florida.
Ausmus, Tigers Heading Into 2016 With 'Much, Much Stronger Bullpen'The bullpen’s performance isn’t exactly a favorite topic of manager Brad Ausmus, either. He knows it was shaky at best, brutally bad at times, and inconsistent always.
Verlander Back To Full Health, Feels 'Like A Kid In A Candy Store'It will help that Verlander has more support from his staff (and bullpen) this season.
Upton Over Cespedes Not A Bad Choice For TigersThe knock on the 28-year-old often is that he’s inconsistent (so is Cespedes), and that he strikes out too much (an unfortunate reality of being a power hitter).
Tigers' Bruce Rondon Reportedly Recovering From Chikungunya VirusBruce Rondon will reportedly miss the Tigers' winter caravan and TigerFest this week because he's suffering from the Chikungunya virus. The virus is transmitted to humans via mosquitoes.
Tigers' Ilitch With Busy Off$eason To Go All In On 2016 SeasonWith the reported signing of free agent outfielder Justin Upton to a 6-year, $132 million mega-contract this weekend, the Tigers are going all-in on 2016.
Reports: Tigers Agree To $132 Million Deal With Justin UptonThe Tigers have closed a six-year, $132.75 million deal with free agent outfielder Justin Upton, according to multiple reports Monday night.
Report: Tigers Have Discussed Bringing In Cespedes, Raburn, OthersRyan Raburn also spent time in Detroit in 2004, and again from 2007-12. In 566 games with the Tigers, Raburn hit .256 and added 54 home runs and 216 RBI.
Flags, Firings And A Fail Mary: Top Detroit Sports Stories Of 2015We saw hirings and firings, a teenager taking over hockey, a flurry of yellow flags, a Hail Mary, a botched punt and, oh yeah, the Red Wings still haven’t missed the playoffs.
With Pitching Help, Tigers Hope To Get Back To Playoffs In 2016"I know they’re gonna score a ton of runs, so I know if we do our job on our end … we should have a winning season.”
Tickets For Detroit’s Annual TigerFest Go On Sale TODAYHeadlined by Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera and J.D. Martinez, the event will feature appearances by more than 30 Tigers players, coaches and alumni.
Tigers Trade Two Prospects For Yankees Reliever Justin WilsonThe Tigers have been searching for a left-handed reliever to fill out the rest of their bullpen, and the Yankees' Justin Wilson could be that player.