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Jason Beck is on vacation this week, so Royals reporter Anne Rogers took the helm for the latest Tigers Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, click here. And subscribe to get it regularly in your inbox. It only got them more excited for the opportunity that presented itself with the trade that sent two-time All-Star closer Gregory Soto and utility
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DETROIT — The walls are coming down and closing in at Comerica Park. On Wednesday, the Tigers announced arguably their most speculated move of the offseason, the changing of their home park’s outfield dimensions: • The center-field wall, the symbol of Comerica Park’s deep outfield, will be moved in from 422 to 412 feet, and
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Clubs that received a Competitive Balance Pick in Round B of the Draft (Athletics, Brewers, Mariners, Marlins, Rays, Reds, Tigers and Twins) received a pool of $6,366,900 while clubs with a Competitive Balance Pick in Round A (D-backs, Guardians, Orioles, Padres, Pirates, Rockies and Royals) received $5,825,500. The base signing pool for the Astros, Blue
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One of the Tigers’ top trade candidates in Gregory Soto is on the move in a five-player trade Detroit swung with Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon. Tigers get: INF Nick Maton, OF Matt Vierling, C Donny Sands (Phillies’ No. 21 prospect) Phillies get: LHP Gregory Soto, UTIL Kody Clemens The Tigers are filling several of their
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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. A month past baseball’s Winter Meetings, one thing that Tigers president of baseball operations Scott Harris said there still stands out. More than a quote, it’s a philosophy. “We have a lot of holes on
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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. While Tarik Skubal, Alex Faedo and Matt Manning were pitching their way into the Majors, Rogers — their catcher for most of their path up the Tigers’ farm system — woke up each morning
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