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Tigers Minor League Wrap 5.20.2010

20.05.2010 7 comments

Max Scherzer stars but check out what Charlie Furbush is doing. Ryan Raburn and Scott Sizemore are producing for the Mud Hens.

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Tigers Minor League Wrap 5.16.2010

16.05.2010

Outstanding starting pitching from Luke Putkonen, Brooks Brown, and Jacob Turner headline the day while Ryan Raburn is adjusting to life at AAA.

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Tigers Minor League Wrap 5.14.2010

15.05.2010

Adam Wilk makes a strong start for Lakeland and West Michigan gets a walk off win with Wade Gaynor heating up.

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Figaro to join team Wednesday

11.05.2010 5 comments

With the double header scheduled for Wednesday, it appears that Alfredo Figaro will be joining the team in Detroit.

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Clearing up some roster confusion

04.06.2009 9 comments

The Tigers have some roster decisions looming with the imminent return of Jeremy Bonderman and Marcus Thames. In both cases there aren’t clear cut performance based decisions on who gets sent down so things like options come into play. There has been some confusion about the option status and service time of various players so let’s clear that up.

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Porcello and Perry make the team

01.04.2009 41 comments

It appears the Rick Porcello and Ryan Perry will be breaking camp with the Tigers. Details are still thin beyond that. I’ll update as more information floats North. Also, Mike Hessman was placed on outright waivers and Ryan Raburn was optioned to Toledo. That leaves 29 players in camp including Scott Williamson, Brent Clevlen, Jeff […]

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Willis slips on to the DL, Guillen to miss time

12.04.2008 7 comments

Dontrelle Willis is landing on the disabled list because he didn’t land correctly on Friday night. The initial diagnosis was a hyperextended knee and that was confirmed today by an MRI that revealed no structural damage. He’s not expected to miss significant time, but he wasn’t going to make his next start. Armando Galarraga will […]

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Tigers Minor League Wrap 4-8-2008

09.04.2008 3 comments

Charlotte 9 Toledo 7 Ryan Raburn homered and knocked in 3 while Mike Hessman doubled and tripled. Brent Clevlen went 3 for 4 and continues a promising start to his season. Matt Joyce hit his second homer of the year to go along with a walk. Virgil Vasquez was knocked around for 7 hits but […]

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The odd Beltran-Raburn move

06.04.2008 16 comments

That didn’t take long. The Tigers are already raiding the Mud Hens bullpen promoting reliever Francis Beltran. Beltran was a non roster invitee this spring and one of the last cuts. He should be your basic replacement level type arm in the pen. But I don’t understand the corresponding roster move at all. To make […]

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Granderson to DL – Arghhh

23.03.2008 11 comments

Remember when the Tigers made the Edgar Renteria trade and everyone was so happy? Meanwhile Joel Zumaya was being evaluated from having his shoulder crushed and the news he’d be out put a big damper on the euphoria. Well, now Curtis Granderson’s finger (middle no less) is sticking it to Tigers fans basking in the […]

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Why Ramon Santiago

12.02.2008 13 comments

I don’t get it. It seems as if Ramon Santiago is a lock to make the roster but I can’t figure out a good reason why. Lynn Henning said that Santiago’s job is the safest of the bench candidates. Danny Knobler also has Santiago slotted into the bench as an automatic. But should it be a given? Shouldn’t Santiago’s spot be tenuous at best?

I don’t enjoy writing these types of posts. The posts where I spend a few hundred words talking about why a player shouldn’t be with the team. I’m the type who is usually rooting for people, and this is the opposite of my normal tone. But Santiago simply shouldn’t have a guaranteed job on a club of this caliber.

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Back-up plans

21.01.2008 48 comments

The Tigers are fortunate to not have any positions really up in the air when they head to spring training. At least not for the starters. The bench on the other hand has a number of candidates competing for limited spots. Marcus Thames, Brandon Inge, Ryan Raburn, Freddy Guzman, Mike Hessman, and Ramon Santiago are all gunning for what amounts to 3 bench positions. How will it shake out?

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