5 Relatively Modest Predictions For The Detroit Tigers In 2014

DETROIT TIGERS

WorthSpringTraining

In Spring Training, Danny Worth was mentioned as one of several internal candidates to fill the Detroit Tigers‘ shortstop vacancy that was created when Jose Iglesias was lost for perhaps the entire year. However, in spite of the fact that […]

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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

With the bullpen struggling this season, the Detroit Tigers are set to call up Justin Miller from Triple A Toledo, according to John Wagner of the Toledo Blade. The Tigers were in need of another bullpen arm, as Drew Smyly is […]

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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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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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VerlanderBeanie

Last night, Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander picked up his first win of the season, as well as the first two hits of his MLB career in a 6-2 victory against the San Diego Padres. The slugging Verlander alone outhit […]

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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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RomineBatting

In seven at-bats this season, utility man Don Kelly, who is a career .231 hitter, has the second most hits of any left-handed hitter on the Detroit Tigers‘ 25-man roster. It is still early, but that is a rather ominous […]

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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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