Magglio Ordonez To Retire After spending the last 6 months without a team, former Detroit Tigers' star Magglio Ordoñez will officially announce his retirement in a special pregame ceremony on Sunday.
Jeff Riger: How Will You Remember Maggs?When Dave Dombrowski sat down with the media on Tuesday afternoon, he made no secret of the fact that Magglio Ordonez and Carlos Guillen will not be returning to Detroit.
Tigers Don't Expect To Have Ordonez, Guillen Back Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski says it is highly unlikely free agents Magglio Ordonez and Carlos Guillen will be back next season.
Delmon Young Added To The ALCS RosterMagglio Ordonez broke his right ankle during game 1 of the ALDS there was thought that Delmon Young could be added back onto the ALCS roster.
Leyland Upbeat Despite Loss Of OrdonezJim Leyland is a guy who likes challenges.
Ordonez Out For Rest Of Postseason PlayMagglio Ordonez will miss the rest of the postseason because of an ankle injury, the second Detroit Tigers outfielder out of the AL championship series.
Ordonez: 'I Almost Hung It Up'He's not the focus of the Tiger lineup anymore. He's not the Tigers' MVP candidate, or even the second choice.
Jeff Riger: Inge And Ordonez Defy All Odds!In what could have been the best sports weekend of my adult life, I think it's very important that the Tigers don't get lost in the mix.
Ordonez Shows His Bat Still Has Some LifeA shadowy figure stepped into the spotlight for a brief moment Thursday, perhaps indicating that Magglio Ordonez may yet play a prominent part in Detroit's postseason ambitions.
Jeff Riger: Why It Was The Right Move To Pull OrdonezEven before I leave Comerica Park, I know what I will hear on the radio and from Tiger fans after the Royals 11-8 win on Thursday afternoon.
Ordonez's Role Diminishes With Young's ArrivalThere's always fallout. And in this case, the fallout from the Tigers' acquisition of Delmon Young falls squarely on Magglio Ordonez.