Detroit Tigers Reassign RHP Casey MizeCasey Mize is not starting the season with the Detroit Tigers, who reassigned him and several other top prospects to their alternate training location Monday.
Detroit Native, Umpire Rick Reed, Dies at 70Rick Reed, whose career as a big-league umpire spanned three decades and included the classic 1991 World Series and two All-Star Games, has died. He was 70.
Matthew Boyd Honored To Be Tigers' Starter For Opener vs RedsMatthew Boyd's status as Detroit's opening night starter is now official.
Tigers Cut Ties With RHP Zack GodleyThe Detroit Tigers have cut ties with Zack Godley, giving the right-hander his unconditional release.
Detroit Tiger’s Newest Tiger, Spencer Torkelson, Shows Why They Took Him No. 1Spencer Torkelson has quickly shown the Detroit Tigers why they drafted him No. 1 overall this year and gave him an $8-plus million signing bonus to get in uniform for training camp.
Tigers Go For Bats On Day 2The Detroit Tigers took a few more big swings at rebuilding their lineup.
Tigers Add Slugger Torkelson With No. 1 PickSpencer Torkelson slugged his way through college, bashing baseballs all around the country with eye-popping power.
Detroit Tigers Top Draft Pick Chance To Speed RebuildThe Detroit Tigers are rebuilding around an impressive group of minor league pitchers. Now, it might be time to add a star hitting prospect to the mix.
MLB Meetings Reveal No Real Post-Virus Economic Plan For PlayersMajor League Baseball did not include an economic proposal during its opening presentation to the players' union on terms to start the coronavirus-delayed season.
MLB Proposal Suggests A Possible 4th Of July Start DateMajor League Baseball owners gave the go-ahead Monday to making a proposal to the players' union that could lead to the coronavirus-delayed season starting around the Fourth of July weekend in ballparks without fans, a plan that envisioned expanding the designated hitter to the National League for 2020.
Crack Of The Bat And Pop Of The Glove About To Be Heard Loud And ClearWhenever baseball returns after the delay caused by the coronavirus pandemic, there's an element that might come into play like never before: the sound of silence.