Detroit Tigers Must Avoid Nelson Cruz At All Costs
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Yesterday, ESPN analyst Jim Bowden suggested that free agent slugger Nelson Cruz may wind up with the Detroit Tigers. Cruz is a fine player, and he has carved out a nice career for himself, but bringing him to Detroit would be a questionable […]

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DETROIT TIGERS

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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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AvilaCatchersGear

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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Miguel Cabrera

As the best player in baseball today, Miguel Cabrera has won two consecutive MVP awards as well as taking home a Triple Crown. When it comes to fantastic hitters in MLB today, Cabrera tops the list — with Mike Trout […]

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Joe Nathan

Regardless of what sport it is, there is always a lot of pressure on a player to perform at a high level when they join a new team. They want to show their new teammates that they can be a […]

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Scherzer

The 2014 season started in spectacular fashion for the Detroit Tigers. Today, the reigning AL Cy Young award winner Max Scherzer looks to follow it up and continue his recent dominance against the Kansas City Royals, as he can ensure […]

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NathanTigers

Yesterday afternoon, Joe Nathan, the man who gave Detroit Tigers fans nightmares for so many seasons while wearing a Minnesota Twins jersey, earned his first win as a member of the Tigers’ organization. Nathan came in and pitched a scoreless top half […]

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Justin Verlander

Opening Day is a special day in Detroit. Okay, well it’s a special day about everywhere in the country — for baseball fans — but it’s especially important in the city of Detroit. In recent years, the Detroit Tigers have […]

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Avila2014

In 2011, Alex Avila, the Detroit Tigers‘ then 24-year-old catcher, emerged as one of the premier backstops in all of MLB. Avila made an All-Star team that season and was later rewarded with a Silver Slugger award. He even finished 12th in the […]

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