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Former Tigers

Cooperstown is in Detroit

10.03.2006 2 comments

A traveling collection of Cooperstown artifacts titled Baseball As America has come to The Henry Ford. At a special preview today, media were able to view the Hall of Fame exhibit, as well as some Hall of Famers. Former Tigers Al Kaline, George Kell, and Sparky Anderson were joined by Fergie Jenkins and Ryne Sandberg […]

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The young and the retired

28.02.2006 3 comments

Feeling sick, need sleep, short post… While there has been plenty of talk about prospect rankings, what about the players who broke in last year. Who are the sophomores to watch? Bryan Smith at Baseball Analysts has compiled the top 20 sophomores. Detroit Tiger Curtis Granderson checks in at #12. Do the Tigers really appreciate […]

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Tiger Links

24.02.2006 5 comments

Some Detroit Tiger related links from the last few days that you might have missed: Baseball Analysts on the Central: Aaron Gleeman and the Cheat join Rich and Bryan to break down the AL Central. The consensus was that the Tigers are probably the 4th best team in a pretty good division. Aaron: Right. Detroit […]

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Detroit Tiger-ish News

24.01.2006 1 comment

Juan Samuel finds a job: Juan Samuel will be the manager of the AA Binghamton Mets. The former Tiger 3B/outfield coach is the second member of last year’s staff to find work in the minors. Bruce Fields will be the hitting coach in Buffalo. UPDATE: It appears that Lance Parrish will also be in uniform […]

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Stuff you might find interesting

19.01.2006 4 comments

A few links and items that you may not have seen but might find interesting: The Ray Lankford Wing Beyond the Boxscore has created the Ray Lankford wing of the Hall of Fame for players with “no real shot at the Hall of Fame, but a great career nonetheless.” Unfortunately, or fortunately I guess, the […]

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Wrapping up Trammell and the Hall

05.01.2006 4 comments

Baseball Toaster has been conducting a roundtable regarding this year’s Hall of Fame candidates. Part III features a debate about the merits of Alan Trammell, and to a lesser extent Lou Whitaker. These wise and educated men are in agreement that Trammell clearly deserves a spot, going so far as to say: Maybe I need […]

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