Tiger History

  • Catching up and cleaning up

    Things have been lighter for the last week on the blog. Part of that is a lack of terribly interesting news coming out of Lakeland...

  • Review: Detroit Tigers Vintage Films DVD from A & E

    A & E television has been building quite the library of baseball DVDs over the last couple years. Looking to continue this trend and capitalize...

  • One of those link round-up posts

    credit Roger DeWitt Miller Time John Sickels has another prospect smackdown, this time it is Andrew Miller vs. Adam Miller. Sickels gives a very slight...

  • Best Tigers Pitching Seasons

    We’ll wrap up our look at best and worst Tigers seasons of all time with the best Tigers pitching seasons. The methodology is quite simple,...

  • Worst Tigers Pitching Seasons

    Following up on last weeks look at the best and worst offensive seasons, we’ll look at the pitchers now. Armed with the power of the...

  • Best Tiger Offensive Seasons

    On Friday we took a look at the worst Tigers offensive seasons. Today we’ll take a look at some of the best. I’ll use a...

  • Aircraft carriers, outfielders, and other news items

    A whole pile of links, plus another great shot from spring training…

  • Most Offensive Offensive Seasons

    Have you ever wondered who had the worst offensive season of all time in a Tiger uniform? Well, I hadn’t either until this morning. I...

  • Group Project: Preserving Tiger Stadium

    Okay, so we’re not going to all start a campaign to save the old girl before she gets it from the wrecking ball. What I’m...

  • Tuesday Linking

    Short and sweet… Sam swung by Tiger Stadium and as usual performed photographic wonder-ness. Bryan Smith has his top 75 prospect list up. Cameron Maybin...

  • Quick Links

    We’re over the hump of the offseason and news is flowing now. So these link posts might get to be more frequent. You’ve probably seen...

  • Trammell and Morris will wait for Hall call

    While it was a great day for Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken, Alan Trammell and Jack Morris actually lost ground on their quest for enshrinement...