Washington Nationals Acquire Doug Fister For Almost Nothing
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The Washington Nationals have acquired 6-foot-8 right-hander Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers for … well … pretty much nothing. The Nationals will send utility man Steve Lombardozzi, lefty reliever Ian Krol and prospect Robbie Ray to Detroit in exchange for two more years of Fister. In 2013, Fister went 14-9 […]

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DETROIT TIGERS

AndyDirks

Everyone has heard the old cliche that goes, “you don’t know what you have until it is gone.” This could very well be what the Detroit Tigers are saying about left fielder Andy Dirks at the moment. Obviously, one may be tempted to […]

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DrewRedSox

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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VictorMartinez2014

After Prince Fielder was traded to the Texas Rangers last November, one of the biggest questions on the minds of many Detroit Tigers fans was whether or not Victor Martinez would hit with enough power to protect Miguel Cabrera. Well, it is still very […]

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Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

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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Detroit Tigers' Jordan Lennerton

With all their offseason moves, the Detroit Tigers added depth when it comes to top-tier prospects in 2014, and they should consider trading one or two of them to get bullpen help now. Drew Smyly was the Tigers’ best left-handed […]

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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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Dave Clark Detroit Tigers

With all the changes that happened around the Detroit Tigers over the past offseason, there was one crucial one that went completely under the radar. New manager Brad Ausmus decided not to hold onto Jim Leyland‘s third base coach, Tom […]

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Kinsler2014

On Wednesday, Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler went 3-5 with a home run and delivered the game winning hit. On Friday, the Tigers’ new leadoff man continued to show that the Tigers made a spectacularly smart move by acquiring him […]

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