Detroit Tigers Top Prospect Injured, Expected Out at Least 3 MonthNews comes from Detroit Tigers minor league that Franklin Perez, Detroit Tiger’s top pitching prospect strained his right lat on Sunday and will be out 3 months. There is no surgery recommended at this point, but the recovery is expected to take a minimum of 12 weeks.
Detroit Tigers To Offer Peanut-Friendly Games During The 2018 SeasonThe Tigers are pleased to announce the addition of peanut-friendly games for the 2018 season.
Fan Experience Upgrades Installed At Comerica Park For 2018 SeasonBased on Major League Baseball’s recommendation for extended netting, and on the ballclub’s own research, netting will now run from behind home plate through section 140 on the third base line, and section 116 on the first base line.
Woods Looks Closer Than Ever To Winning AgainThe red shirt didn't have a collar. His head doesn't have quite as much hair. His lower spine has been fused.
Tigers Finding Gardenhire "Warmer, More Welcoming" Than AusmusMichael Fulmer has also felt Gardenhire's enthusiasm.
Tigers Agree To Terms With Jarrod Saltalamacchia On Minor League DealThe Detroit Tigers announced today that they have agreed to terms with catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia on a Minor League deal, which includes an invitation to Major League Spring Training.
Castellanos Opens Up About Father's Cancer: "I Was Very Angry, Very Hurt"Even as he tried to separate baseball from family, he carried his anxiety onto the field.
If Miggy Tries This Again, Tigers First-Base Coach Will Tackle HimThe Tigers need to keep the soon-to-be-35-year-old healthy this season.
Liriano Holds Down Yankees, Shows Positive Signs In Tigers DebutFrancisco Liriano received quite the test on Tuesday afternoon.
Gardenhire Expects Faedo To 'Move Fast' Through MinorsWhenever Faedo arrives in Detroit, the Tigers expect big things.
Ilitch Voices Support For Avila, Declines To Do So For HollandIlitch was then asked if he wants Holland to return as GM.
Tigers Agree To Terms With 11 PlayersWith 11 players agreeing to terms today, the Tigers now have all 40 players of the club’s 40-man roster under contract for the 2018 season.