Japhet Amador Could Be Houston Astros’ Next First Baseman
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The name may not ring a bell, but it should start registering soon. Japhet Amador was signed midseason by the Houston Astros from the Mexican League Mexico City Red Devils. Amador boasts an impressive resume from his days in Mexico. Prior to being signed by […]

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DETROIT TIGERS

Cabrera

Heading into the 2014 season, there wasn’t much skepticism about the Detroit Tigers‘ ability to hit the ball. The team was in the top three in nearly every major hitting category last season, which was one of the main reasons […]

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Scherzer

The Detroit Tigers gained some momentum last night in their series against the San Diego Padres as Justin Verlander pitched a gem and even helped on the offensive end, leading the Tigers to victory and giving them the chance to […]

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The Detroit Tigers may currently be in first place in the AL Central, but they still have many flaws that need to be addressed. Fortunately, there is a 31-year-old veteran named Stephen Drew who is remarkably still on the free agent market, and […]

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The blockbuster move of the offseason for the Detroit Tigers was trading away star first baseman and cleanup hitter Prince Fielder in exchange for second baseman Ian Kinsler. This move also opened a spot for Nick Castellanos to join the big […]

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Since Jose Valverde‘s epic collapse in the 2012 postseason, the Detroit Tigers have struggled to find a reliable closer. Phil Coke and Joaquin Benoit both had their chances at the role, but it didn’t work out for either of them. […]

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HunterSwinging

In 2013, Detroit Tigers right fielder Torii Hunter managed to hit 17 home runs but only seven of them came in the first half. Some believed that he was pressing early on in the season by trying too hard to get his […]

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Phil Coke is one of just two left-handed pitchers in the Detroit Tigers‘ bullpen, but after his poor start to the 2014 season, the Tigers are down to just one reliable option. Coke saw his first action of the season […]

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In the first three games of the 2014 season, Detroit Tigers catcher Alex Avila has looked a lot like he has the past two seasons. Avila went 0-for-4 in yesterday’s game, and he was the only player in the Tigers’ […]

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