With the Trade Deadline fast approaching on Friday, here’s another reminder that the prospects whom sellers receive in exchange for veterans can deliver a huge payoff. It’s possible the National League MVP and Cy Young awards could go to Fernando Tatis Jr. and Zack Wheeler, both acquired as youngsters in summer deals from years past.
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The trade deadline is officially less than 48 hours from now, which means it’s time to ramp up our trade speculation. After Adam Frazier was traded earlier this week, Detroit Tigers infielder Jonathan Schoop is now one of the top second base options on the market, along with Eduardo Escobar and Whit Merrifield.
Show Caption Hide Caption Detroit Tigers’ AJ Hinch: ‘An ugly win is better than any loss’ Detroit Tigers manager AJ Hinch talks Wednesday, July 28, 2021, after his team’s 17-14 victory over the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Evan Petzold, Detroit Free Press It was a come-from-ahead victory the Detroit Lions would have been proud
Minneapolis — They say familiarity breeds contempt, but in the case of the Tigers and Twins, who finished off a set of 10 games in 18 games Wednesday, it’s mostly bred chaos. Four of the games went extra innings. The Tigers hit ninth-inning, game-tying home runs in three of them and were 1-2 in those games.
Like to see offense-heavy games? Like insanely high scores? How about one-hour innings? Well, this day game with the Twins had a little bit of all of that for your enjoyment. I’ll say this for the game today, both starting pitchers had relatively terrible outings, with not a ton of “relief” from their relief pitchers.
MINNEAPOLIS — After 10 matchups in three weeks, the Tigers and Twins won’t face each other again until a makeup game at Comerica Park at the end of August. The Tigers won’t return to Target Field until the final week of the regular season. That might be for the best. After three back-and-forth battles, these
The only rookies to make the All-Star Game, Trevor Rogers and Adolis García remain the frontrunners for the Rookie of the Year Awards in each league and claim the top two spots in our Rookie Power Rankings for the second straight edition. The RPR reflect how we project the Rookie of the Year voting will
Purchase tickets: https://atmilb.com/2LCVZBy The Erie SeaWolves are the Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, and play at the beautifully updated UPMC Park in Erie, Pennsylvania. UPMC Park has been home to the Erie SeaWolves since 1995. The ballpark is more than just a great place to watch high-quality, professional baseball. The home of the SeaWolves
The Erie SeaWolves, Double-A Affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, are pleased to announce that the team will host Wonders Night, presented by UPMC Hamot and UPMC Health Plan, on Saturday, September 4 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the 1996 hit film ‘That Thing You Do!’ at UPMC Park. The The Erie SeaWolves, Double-A Affiliate
Show Caption Hide Caption Detroit Tigers’ Ty Madden makes first Comerica Park appearance Detroit Tigers right-hander Ty Madden, selected No. 32 overall in the 2021 MLB draft, talks Monday, July 19, 2021, at Comerica Park. Evan Petzold, Detroit Free Press Detroit Tigers (48-53) vs. Minnesota Twins (41-56) When: 1:10 p.m. Where: Target Field in Minneapolis. TV: Bally Sports Detroit.
Show Caption Hide Caption Detroit Tigers’ Eric Haase on ‘very frustrating’ loss to Twins Detroit Tigers catcher Eric Haase talks Monday, July 26, 2021, after his team’s 6-5 loss to the Minnesota Twins in extra innings. Evan Petzold, Detroit Free Press Detroit Tigers manager AJ Hinch mentioned outfielder Akil Baddoo, and he didn’t shy away
Minneapolis — You want some fast perspective on the magnitude of Miguel Cabrera’s milestone chase? “When Jonathan Schoop got his 900th hit the other day (last Wednesday), it’s like, ‘Don’t worry about it, you’re only like 2,000 behind Miggy. Keep working kid,’” manager AJ Hinch said with a chuckle. Cabrera, who knocked in the game-winning run
MINNEAPOLIS — Miguel Cabrera has been stepping to the plate with milestones hanging over him all season. But when he returns to Comerica Park and steps in the batter’s box, it’ll be staring him in the face. With Cabrera, who entered Wednesday’s finale against the Twins, five home runs shy of 500 and 64 hits
There were a few historical moments In the Detroit Tigers come from behind 6 to 5 victory over the Minnesota Twins. One was Miguel Cabrera passing Barry Bonds with hit number 2,936, which would help Detroit break a five-game losing streak.
Michael Fulmer just wants to help the Detroit Tigers win games. But the injuries keep holding him back. “Stuff like this just keeps happening,” Fulmer said Tuesday. “It’s frustrating. It really is. It sucks on my end just as much, trust me. I think this one is more getting used to the bullpen role, just like
Minneapolis — How about bookend grand slams? By opposing catchers? Why not, it’s never happened in a Major League game before. And this seemingly infinite series between the Tigers and Twins (10 games in 17 days) has had just about everything else. And on Tuesday, for the first time in five games, it had the Tigers