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Projecting the Detroit Tigers' 2015 Opening Day Roster

The countdown is on. It is now single-digit weeks until the 2015 MLB regular season begins. With the bulk of this offseason’s business completed, it’s time to forecast who will (and won’t) make the cut for the Detroit Tigers’ 25-man roster. Overall, most of the position players and each of the starting pitchers seem to be pretty set in stone. Show More Summary

How Tigers Can Use $210 Million in Max Scherzer Savings to Build Future

Now that Max Scherzer is no longer a Detroit Tiger but a Washington National with $210 million coming to him, the Tigers, in theory, have some money to burn that otherwise might have been pegged for the right-hander. Remember, the Tigers did offer Scherzer a $144 million extension last March, which he ultimately—and wisely, it turns out—rejected. Show More Summary

Last week in baseball history — cursed going and coming

(Paul Mirengoff) Ask an old-time Cleveland Indians fan to name the worst trade the Tribe ever made and he’ll probably name the deal that sent Rocky Colavito to the Detroit Tigers. Ask him to name the second worst and he might say the deal that brought Colavito back to Cleveland. Show More Summary

Max Scherzer Thanks the Tigers and Their Fans in a Full-Page Ad in Today's Newspaper

5 days agoSports : The Big Lead

Former Detroit Tigers Pitcher Max Scherzer formally said good-bye to the franchise and their fans today, in a full-page advertisement (...)

Max Scherzer Makes Nationals WS Favorite, Should Keep Rotation Together

Ever since Max Scherzer turned down a $144 million offer from the Detroit Tigers last March, speculation has been rampant about which team he would sign with and how much his contract would be worth. Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reported...Show More Summary

5 Bold Predictions for the Detroit Tigers in 2015

The past week heralded what most Detroit Tigers’ fans suspected—Max Scherzer will not be returning in 2015. If nothing else, this provides the team with closure and a settled roster for the upcoming season. Even without their incumbent pitching ace, Detroit still boasts a formidable squad. Show More Summary

Jack White Gets His Own Detroit Tigers Baseball Card

Jack White is getting his own baseball card! And he’s not even sad! (Oh boy, remember that meme? How time flies…) According to The Detroit Free Press, White will appear on a First Pitch Insert card in the 2015 Topps Series 1 set. On the card, he’s rocking a vintage Detroit Tigers jersey for his [...]

Trading Away David Price Makes No Sense for the Win-Now Tigers

The Detroit Tigers can afford to wait. Literally. They have enough money to hold their current line and enough to add to its length. David Price is going to anchor Detroit's rotation next season. At least that is how it stands as ofShow More Summary

Detroit Tigers Still American League Favorites Without Max Scherzer

The Detroit Tigers have lost their ace. Mr. Scherzer is going to Washington, where he’ll reportedly earn a massive amount of cash, per Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, pitching alongside the likes of Stephen Strasburg and fellow former Tiger Doug Fister. The Tigers already had a contingency plan in place should Scherzer end up departing—David Price. Show More Summary

The Nationals Just Became The World Series Favorite With A Monster Contract For Free Agent Pitcher Max Scherzer

The Washington Nationals have signed the biggest prize in free agency, agreeing to a 7-year, $210 million contract with former Detroit Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer according to Ken Rosenthal of While the total value of the deal was shocking to many it is actually more team-friendly than it sounds. Show More Summary

Should We Start Dropping Expectations for Miguel Cabrera's 2015 Ceiling?

For Detroit Tigers fans, it was the tweet heard 'round the world: OK, that's a slight exaggeration. But the news, and accompanying photographic evidence, that the two-time American League MVP is progressing in his recovery from right ankle surgery should ease some nerves in the Motor City. On Jan. Show More Summary

Biggest Winners and Losers from Detroit Tigers' Offseason

The Detroit Tigers have had yet another frenzied offseason. They didn’t waste any time getting started—within a few weeks of the season ending, Victor Martinez was re-signed, and they had picked up Joakim Soria’s option. This early activity set the tone for the weeks to come. Show More Summary

David Price, Tigers Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Reaction

The Detroit Tigers reached a settlement agreement on a one-year deal with ace David Price on Friday, avoiding salary arbitration. The starting pitcher will make just shy of $20 million in 2015. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports passed along word...Show More Summary

David Price avoids arbitration with Tigers, signs for record $19.75 million

David Price has signed the richest arbitration contract in the history of the game. Starting pitcher David Price and the Detroit Tigers avoided arbitration on Friday by agreeing to a record one-year, $19.75 million deal. Price posted...Show More Summary

Detroit Tigers' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

The Detroit Tigers have spent the last few years putting all their resources into the MLB club and ignoring the farm system. Therefore, while they’re winning at the highest level, the organization’s lack of impact talent and depth on...Show More Summary

Is Re-Signing Max Scherzer Just a Luxury, or Crucial Need for Tigers?

It's still hard to tell where Max Scherzer is going to sign, but logic says that he'll end up signing with the team that simply has to have him. According to the latest report, that team is the Detroit Tigers. And if we once again ask...Show More Summary

Why the Detroit Tigers Should Trade Joakim Soria

Joakim Soria had a forgettable time with the Detroit Tigers last season. After being shipped over in a trade from Texas he pitched poorly in the regular season (4.91 ERA), and even worse in the postseason (0-1, 45.00 ERA in two games). Despite Soria ’s travails in the old English D, the Tigers still picked up his one-year option in October. Show More Summary

Detroit Tigers: Youth Will Be Key to Improving Offense and Winning in 2015

The Detroit Tigers are one of the most star-studded teams in baseball, specifically on offense. From Miguel Cabrera to Victor Martinez to Ian Kinsler to Yoenis Cespedes, there are plenty of high-profile names in the Detroit clubhouse. However,...Show More Summary

3 Detroit Tigers New Year's Resolutions

Another unsuccessful bid for a World Series title in 2014 has again prompted an offseason of introspection for the Detroit Tigers. Tweaking their talented—albeit flawed — teams has kept them highly active on the hot stove in recent years. Show More Summary

Why the Detroit Tigers Should Not Re-Sign Max Scherzer

Firstly, let me state that Max Scherzer is undoubtedly one of the finest pitchers in the game of baseball. An ESPN tweet recently put his dominance during recent seasons into context: Any MLB team would be grateful to have to this man rearing back on the bump for them every fifth day. But greatness these days comes at an exorbitant cost. Show More Summary

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