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.
Ramon Santiago, Reds Agrees To Minor League Deal Infielder Ramon Santiago has agreed to a minor league contract with the Cincinnati Reds after 12 seasons with the Detroit Tigers.
Tigers Decline To Make Qualifying Offers To Benoit, Peralta, InfanteThe Detroit Tigers passed up the chance to make $14.1 million qualifying offers to their seven free agents, letting Monday's deadline pass without making any moves.
Roster Choices Help Cover For Miguel Cabrera’s InjuryMiguel Cabrera has lifted the Detroit Tigers all season long, and going into the playoffs, the Tigers look focused on lifting Cabrera as he plays through injury.
Cabrera Continues To Close Home Run Gap, Creeps Closer To Triple CrownDavis, since the All-Star break, has gone yard nine times. Slowly but surely, Cabrera is catching up.
Omar Infante Back With The TigersDetroit Tigers second baseman Omar Infante has been recalled from Triple-A Toledo. Infante has not played for the Tigers since July 3 because of an ankle injury.
Ramon Santiago Exits Game After Tweaking KneeTigers infielder Ramon Santiago was removed from Thursday's 10-3 win over the Indians after tweaking his knee, MLB.com reports.
Tigers Stars Dance The Tango And Rumba For CharityDetroit Tigers right fielder Torii Hunter gave his teammate a new middle name Thursday night at the "Dancing with the All-Stars" charity event.
Tigers Rough Up Halladay, Beat Phillies Ramon Santiago hit a grand slam and Don Kelly also homered off Roy Halladay, leading the Detroit Tigers to a 10-6 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday.
Leyland Should Continue To Play Raburn I dislike a major league second basemen hitting .157 as much as you do.
Who Should Start At 2nd For The Tigers?The debate has been going crazy for the last month with the news that Brandon Inge would be competing for the starting 2nd baseman job.
Tigers Agree To Terms On Two-Year Contract With Ramon SantiagoThe Detroit Tigers today announced the club has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with infielder Ramon Santiago through the 2013 season.