The Detroit Tigers’ offseason will be long, and there will be a lot of changes. With Scott Harris continuing to get the wheels turning on an offseason of changes. The Tigers have a new leader at the organization’s helm, and he will not play favorites.
Detroit Tigers president of baseball operations Scott Harris has been busy the last few days, letting go of longtime assistant GM David Chadd and several people on the training staff, as well as hiring Rob Metzler to be the team’s new assistant GM and de facto scouting director. But he has yet to hire a…
News broke on Tuesday that the Detroit Tigers were able to pick up a new Vice President and Assistant General Manager in, Rob Metzler. They hired him away from the Tampa Bay Rays organization, bringing him in to serve under the President of Baseball Operations, Scott Harris.
Detroit Tigers fans should be excited about the direction the team’s front office is moving. President of Baseball Operations Scott Harris continues to try and push this team in the right direction and execute on his three pillars.
The Detroit Tigers just announced the hiring of former Tampa Bay Rays senior director of amateur scouting Rob Metzler as their new assistant GM and VP. He will lead the team’s efforts in drafting and amateur scouting, both domestically and internationally, essentially taking Scott Pleis’s old role. Pleis was let go on Oct. 8.
The Detroit Tigers’ president of baseball operations Scott Harris speaks during his introductory news conference Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022 at Comerica Park in downtown Detroit. 3 Ways the Detroit Tigers offseason could turn spooky by Jacob Boes
The Detroit Tigers 2022 season was scarier than any haunted house one might shuffle through this fall, but it is possible that trend could continue and the team’s misfortunes can leak into the offseason.
The Detroit Tigers had an ungodly amount of injuries during the 2022 season, causing them to use a whopping 17 different starting pitchers, which tied a major league record. This has seemingly caused the organization to make some changes to its medical staff.
Back at it again; this is the third installment of the Arizona Fall League weekly roundup. It’s a great chance to check on the Detroit Tigers prospects who are out there in Arizona getting some fall competition under their belts with the hopes of helping them ahead of 2023.
There’s always a catch, isn’t there? For Detroit Tigers fans, it’s October, quickly approaching November as baseball continues to be played. Not by the Tigers, of course; they are awaiting the first-ever draft lottery with hopes to move up the ladder in the first round of next summer’s draft.
The Detroit Tigers will be making changes and starting to make moves after the World Series and the five-day quiet period. As the Detroit Tigers continue to identify some of their first off-season moves, things could hinge on awards announcements.
The Detroit Tigers will be making some changes during the 2023 season, which could result in some stopgap pitchers. The Detroit Tigers’ new President of Baseball Operations, Scott Harris, is likely to make some changes.
The Detroit Tigers have a lot of roster decisions to make this offseason. Some will be tougher than others. But what shouldn’t be tough is the decision to move on from utilityman Willi Castro. It’s quite simple. Willi Castro isn’t a good player. He can’t hit or field. He may have been better in the…
The Detroit Tigers have seen left-handed pitcher Joey Wentz go out and dominate throughout his first two starts of the 2022 Arizona Fall League (AFL) season. He has gone out and put together two masterful performances.
The Detroit Tigers hired a new president of baseball operations and may be looking at bringing in someone to lean on in the general manager’s chair. The Scott Harris era has begun, and the team will start to look different than it has in recent seasons.
The Detroit Tigers had an otherworldly amount of injuries in the starting rotation during the 2022 season—so much so, that they tied a major league record by using 17 different starting pitchers in one season. Despite the newfound depth they discovered, that’s not a recipe for long term success.
The Detroit Tigers gave outfielder Kerry Carpenter a chance in 2022. The left-handed outfielder swung the bat well for the team after a great start to the season with the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens. Carpenter played 31 games for the Detroit Tigers, where he accumulated 113 plate appearances. He slashed .252/.310/.485 with four doubles, a…
Jonathan Schoop was the worst qualifed hitter in all of baseball in 2022 in terms of wRC+ (57). However, he led all of baseball with 27 outs above average in the field. For that reason, the Detroit Tigers second baseman is being rewarded for his efforts.
Hard to believe that a decade ago, Justin Verlander was having the same playoff success for the Detroit Tigers on their way to a World Series appearance. Verlander, 39, showed no signs of wear in Game 1 of the ALCS against the New York Yankees; pitching Wednesday night to a final line of 6 IP,…
The Detroit Tigers will need to find a catcher for the future. With Tucker Barnhart struggling throughout the 2022 season and not living up to expectations, something has to give. There are some options out there, but Eric Haase should not be considered one of them.