Todd Jones and Cameron Maybin were Tigers teammates in 2007 at opposite ends of their careers — Jones as a 39-year-old closer, Maybin as a 20-year-old rookie outfielder. They’re about to become teammates again, this time in the television studio and broadcast booth, as Bally Sports Detroit juggles its Tigers broadcast team. The network announced
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Show Caption Hide Caption Meet Scott Harris: New Tigers exec has impressive resume Detroit Tigers president of baseball operations Scott Harris previously worked with a World Series-winning team (Cubs) and ran a 107-win team (Giants) Tyler J. Davis, Wochit New faces are coming to Bally Sports Detroit. The network, owned by Diamond Sports Group, has
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Show Caption Hide Caption Detroit Tigers’ Tom Moore reveals ‘process of expanding’ department Detroit Tigers director of international operations Tom Moore speaks to reporters Jan. 18, 2023, after the international signing period. Detroit Tigers, Detroit Tigers Roberto Campos is maturing. He knows his goals and understands the path to achieve them. He shows up at
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This story was excerpted from Jason Beck’s Tigers Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox. The Tigers have had some Spring Trainings over the years with so many non-roster invitees — either prospects getting experiences or veterans trying to win jobs — that they’ve had to add lockers
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At first blush, it was one of those typical, lower-profile MLB offseason moves any team makes. But this hinted at something more intriguing, especially by a team hurting for firepower, when in December new Tigers boss Scott Harris signed a minor-league, free-agent outfielder named Diego Rincones. Rincones, only 23, was a right-handed batter, 6-foot, 175
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Detroit Tigers infielder César Hernández, who blasted a career-high 21 home runs across 637 plate appearances with the Cleveland Guardians in 2021, ran into a travel issue amid MLB’s lockout last offseason. He went to native Venezuela to celebrate Christmas with his family and realized his passport had expired. The 32-year-old held a green card,
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Righty Collin Balester was part of the last-ever Montreal Expos draft in 2004, as the club took him in the fourth round out of Huntington Beach High School.  Though he came from a surfing family, according to Baseball America, Balester moved quickly through the lower minors.  By 2007, he was considered the Nationals’ best prospect
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The new lighting system at Fifth Third Field features the most advanced LED technology from the world’s leader in sports lighting, Musco. The system’s 161 fixtures are part of Musco’s unique complete system design, which delivers superior reliability along with several other key benefits. • Better Visibility for Players and Fans – Light levels in
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