BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – SEPTEMBER 21: Miguel Cabrera #24 of the Detroit Tigers takes batting practice before the game against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on September 21, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by G Fiume/Getty Images)
The Detroit Tigers have had an embarrassing 2022 campaign, but nothing is quite as embarrassing in baseball as losing 100 games in a season. Luckily, they will avoid that feat. The Tigers just swept the Kansas City Royals in a three-game series for wins 61, 62, and 63 on the season, which means the worse…
This may be hard to believe, but do you remember when the Detroit Tigers had a top 3 bullpen in all of baseball? I do, but that’s just because it was the topic of the first article I ever wrote for Motor City Bengals.
The Detroit Tigers will go into the offseason with a lot of work to do to get this roster back in a competitive state. There are many players on this roster right now that won’t be here come Opening Day 2023.
Tuesday night, Joey Wentz will make his sixth start for the Detroit Tigers against the Kansas City Royals in his latest tryout for 2023. The sample thus far has been small in Detroit, but early signs give Wentz a strong case to be an integral part of the club next season, perhaps even as a…
The Detroit Tigers have their new front office leader, have a timeline for his official entrance to the team, and have some clarity about things moving forward. For current players, this could mean a roster purge is coming.
As part of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement and to halt tanking across the league, the league and the players have agreed to institute a draft lottery beginning in 2023. The Detroit Tigers, who had playoff aspirations heading into the season, now find themselves in the mix for some of the best odds for that…
The Detroit Tigers have made a lot of bad decisions this year. Whether it be from individual players, A.J. Hinch, the front office, all the way up to ownership, no one has been immune to poor decision-making this year.
The Detroit Tigers completed a series sweep in their three-game set against the Chicago White Sox this weekend. The Tigers may not be pushing for a playoff spot or getting themselves into the playoff picture, but it’s nice to see the team grind out a few wins.
The Detroit Tigers missed out on a season of Austin Meadows after he underwent a season of very unfortunate luck. The Tigers outfielder was acquired ahead of the 2022 season when Tampa Bay Rays were shopping him.
Kerry Carpenter was a nobody coming into the 2022 season. A 19th-round pick in the 2019 draft, he had a modest season in 2021 in Double-A, and got off to a mild start in 2022. A .313 average and 30 homers later, he found himself with the Detroit Tigers on Aug. 10.
The Detroit Tigers signed Wilmer Flores as an undrafted free agent after the 2020 shortened MLB Draft. The right-hander has started to make a name for himself and found himself climbing up the ranks of the Top-30 prospect list and backing it up with his on-the-field performance.
In my personal experience, reading about the Detroit Tigers hiring Scott Harris as their president of baseball operations yielded way more questions than answers. The fascination about the person was there, undoubtedly, but I couldn’t personally get past the title: president of baseball operations.
Under the Al Avila regime, the Detroit Tigers were quite possibly the least forward-thinking organization in all of baseball. Avila just wasn’t savvy enough to be a top baseball executive in the modern game. Now under Scott Harris, that looks like it is going to change.
In the aftermath of a hurricane, many in Puerto Rico remain without power. Hurricane Fiona ripped through Puerto Rico earlier this week and left many without power and resources as it ravaged the country. Home of Detroit Tigers shortstop Javier Báez, he is stepping up in the wake of destruction.
Tigers owner Christopher Illitch shakes the hand of Scott Harris during a news conference about Harris’ new role as the Tigers’ president of baseball operations at Comerica Park in downtown Detroit on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022.
The Detroit Tigers have turned a page and officially began a new era. After hiring and introducing Scott Harris as the team’s new president of baseball operations, it’s time for him to get to work. For him, that means starting to employ the three concepts he spoke about during his presser.
The Detroit Tigers finally seem to have a smart person running the organization in new president of baseball operations Scott Harris. He laid out his vision for the club in yesterday’s press conference, and it all sounded great. But one thing’s for sure: there aren’t a lot of players on this roster right now that…
The Detroit Tigers’ plans will dramatically shift as the team continues to move forward. With a new president of baseball operations in charge, things are expected to change. Scott Harris will have his hands full with things he needs to handle in his new role.
The Detroit Tigers have hired their new front office leader. Scott Harris was named the team’s new president of baseball operations, which was a big move and a big step in a new direction for the Tigers organization.