• Oh those intentional base on balls

    The Tigers struggled with walks in 2008. This is well documented and fairly obvious with the Tigers issuing more walks than every team other than...

  • links for 2009-01-29

    Granderson to host art contest for kids | tigers.com: News Are you a 4th grader? Do you know one? Curtis Granderson is looking for some...

  • Feeling cold?

    Are you tired of the snow? Tired of the cold? This should help. (yeah, I kind of like the Always a Tiger campaign)

  • Tigers on National TV

    Awful Announcing has the preliminary schedules for both Fox Sports and ESPN. In the case of ESPN the schedule is only through July. It looks...

  • Henning on the Tigers left side defense

    Lynn Henning writes today about the Tigers infield defensive improvements (emphasis mine): Those plus-minus ratings are part of compelling research done by scouts and video...

  • The Newest Tiger is Brandon Lyon

    The Tigers will formally announce the signing of Brandon Lyon on Saturday. Terms are not immediately available but it is likely a one or two...

  • Detroit Tigers Weblog Live – 1.22.09

    It’s the return of DTW live. Tune in at 9:30 ET tonight and will talk Tigers as they embark on their caravan. Topics include: well...

  • Knapp talks Tigers pitching

    Lynn Henning caught up with pitching coach Rick Knapp. Knapp broke down the various members of his staff and it makes for a very interesting...

  • Tigers get 4 under contract

    The Tigers inked 4 of the 5 arbitration eligible players today. Gerald Laird ($2.8), Edwin Jackson ($2.2), Bobby Seay ($1.1) and Joel Zumaya ($733,000) are...

  • Tigers sign Rincon

    The Tiger announced the signing of Juan Rincon to a minor league deal today. Rincon will get an invite to spring training and will be...

  • links for 2009-01-20

    the Offseason That Would Not Die – Roar of the Tigers Cartoony goodness from Samara. Great stuff. Detroit Tigers Thoughts: Building a Bullpen Eddie likes...

  • Granderson’s Celebrity Shoot Out – 2009

    It looked to be another successful event for Curtis Granderson and his Grand Kids Foundation. Depite some awful weather, there was still an impressive turnout...