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AL Central: Could Detroit Tigers Trade for Eduardo Nunez?

Five players capable of handling the middle infield made the Yankees' Opening Day roster. Eduardo Nunez was not one of them.

Miguel Cabrera: Tigers' Superstar on Track to Smash 'Untouchable' MLB Record

On Friday, Basebook Baseball Magazine writer Paul Goode wrote a solid post that begged the question: Has Miguel Cabrera surpassed Albert Pujols as the premier all-round hitter in baseball?

Merry Christmas: Holiday Gifts for the Nice (and Naughty)

Wax up the sleigh. Check it for flight. Shine St. Nick’s boots. Make sure Rudy’s nose is bright and squeaky clean.

Test the GPS. Gather the weather reports. Check the sack for rips. Tell Mrs. C not to wait up.
It’s gonna be another long night, but then it always is on December 24.

The jolly, old, fat man is set to make his annual trek. Chimneys the world over wait. Fireplaces are about to be pounced on.

Detroit Tigers: Anibal Sanchez and the Dominoes He's Knocked over

We all remember musical chairs. It was a simple numbers game—there was no other way to look at it, unless you grew up spittin' game like me and always lined up behind the cute girl in class so that as soon as the music stopped you swooped right underneath her so her backside conveniently landed right in your lap—but that's neither here nor there. There weren't enough chairs to go around.

Kerry Wood: Detroit Tigers Fan Reminisces About Pitcher's Debut at Tiger Stadium

I remember the Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago Cubs interleague baseball game in 1998 like it were yesterday.

It was June 25. And my friends and I had recently graduated high school at Southgate Anderson High School in suburban Detroit.

This was the second full season that Major League Baseball had implemented interleague play.

Nick Castellanos, Detroit Tigers Prospect, Continues to Fly Beneath Hype's Radar

By the end of this weekend, the baseball world will be swimming in highlights from 20-year-old Mike Trout’s call up in Cleveland and 19-year-old Bryce Harper’s debut in Los Angeles.

Come Monday morning, fans will drag their bodies back to work, talking about these two future All-Stars over hot coffee and cubicles.

2011 MLB Fantasy Baseball: American League Waiver Wire Gems

Brett Lawrie, 2B Toronto Blue Jays (23 percent owned in Yahoo, 22.7 percent in ESPN)

Current Stat Line: 2/4, 1 RBI

Brett Lawrie has finally arrived! He tore up AAA pitching this season going .353/64/18/61/13. In my opinion, the call-up should have happened much earlier—but it didn't. Then Lawrie suffered a hand injury on May 31st which kept him out of the game for a while. Now that it is completely healed, expect him to rake for the Blue jays.

Fool Me Once: Detroit Tigers Brennan Boesch off to Another Torrid Start

Ten months ago, Brennan Boesch burst onto the scene for the Detroit Tigers and was the story for the team in the first half of 2010.

A middling minor league prospect, Boesch slugged his way into the middle of the Tigers lineup and helped provide protection to Miguel Cabrera, making him an early Triple Crown candidate.

Detroit Tigers: Monday Morning Manager

Last week: 2-4
This week: TEX (April 11-13); at OAK (April 14-17)


So, What Happened?

Buzz saw, meet the Tigers; Tigers, meet the buzz saw.

Sparky Anderson: Honoring a Legend

The Detroit Tigers will be honoring their former manager, Sparky Anderson, by retiring his No. 11 jersey later in the season. The Tigers will also honor him by wearing a commemorative patch and raise a banner. 

For many Tigers fans, this is a long time coming. Baseball in Detroit is making a comeback and everyone remembers Sparky Anderson. However, the Tigers should have done this a long time ago. It would have been nice for Anderson to see his numbers raised into the rafters.


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