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It’s the holiday season, and it’s not too late for gifts. (I would like a robot butler. Thank you.) There’s no actual need for MLB teams to rush to get what they want by the holiday; frankly, considering how slowly things are going so far, it’s obvious no one’s in much of a rush to
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The Tigers did a last-minute bit of holiday shopping Wednesday by picking up some veteran catching depth, adding longtime backup Dustin Garneau on a Minor League contract. The deal includes a non-roster invite to big league camp in Spring Training. The 33-year-old Garneau spent last season backing up Martín Maldonado The Tigers did a last-minute
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After batting .220 and slugging .290 in his first taste of the Major Leagues, Isaac Paredes is showing this offseason that he can do damage at the plate. The Tigers’ No. 6 prospect slashed .542/.577/1.000 this past week, recording four multihit performances while hitting safely in all six games for After batting .220 and slugging
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The Detroit Tigers have been known by the same nickname since they were one of the founding members of the American League in 1901. But they weren’t always the Tigers, nor are they the only Major League team to have played in Detroit. Detroit had a National League team known The Detroit Tigers have been
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Tigers pitching prospect Alex Faedo will undergo Tommy John surgery this month to reconstruct the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, the team announced Saturday. Faedo, the Tigers’ first-round pick in the 2017 MLB Draft, ranks 10th on the Tigers’ Top 30 Prospects list, per MLB Pipeline. He was Tigers pitching prospect Alex Faedo
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Earlier this week, MLB Pipeline’s Jim Callis and Jonathan Mayo rolled out their list of the Top 100 prospects for the 2021 Draft, offering fans a comprehensive look at the best amateur players in the country. Beyond those rankings, they also applied their expertise in putting together a mock draft for the Top 10 slots
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Tigers manager A.J. Hinch is meeting virtually with the media to discuss his team’s progress during the offseason and its outlook for 2021. The session can be seen live on MLB.com and Tigers.com. Managers throughout MLB are holding media sessions this week in lieu of in-person gatherings normally held during Tigers manager A.J. Hinch is
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The Pirates have owned the No. 1 overall pick four times previously, using the selection on one college hitter (Jeff King in 1986) and then three straight college pitchers (Kris Benson in 1996, Bryan Bullington in 2002 and Gerrit Cole in 2011). Seven months in advance of the 2021 Draft, The Pirates have owned the
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DETROIT — The Tigers have put a priority on adding pitching this offseason, despite a rotation that could already go into next year with five starters and a quartet of highly touted prospects either having made the rotation this past summer or knocking on Detroit’s door. “We want to enhance DETROIT — The Tigers have
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In so many ways, 2020 can be boiled down to what Annie Savoy says in “Bull Durham”: “OK, well. This is the damndest season I’ve ever seen.” That’s certainly true in the amateur scouting world. With an extremely shortened season last spring, far fewer looks than usual over the summer — particularly at college players
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