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Tag Archives: Prince Fielder
Ian Kinsler heard a few boos in his first game back in Texas. But he quickly quieted the crowd by taking Rangers starter Colby Lewis deep to left field in the first inning Tuesday night — Kinsler’s first plate appearance … Continue reading
Going out on a limb here, but it does not appear that new Detroit Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler left his former team, the Texas Rangers, on great terms. Kinsler was acquired by the Tigers this offseason as part of … Continue reading
Change isn’t an easy proposition in any walk of life, but those who are most successful are usually the ones who are able to manage it best. Count Detroit Tigers’ general manager Dave Dombrowski among those types of personalities. Coming … Continue reading
Though baseball’s 2013 offseason is still far from over, it certainly looks as if the Detroit Tigers have managed to de-prove their roster entirely thanks to the presence of excessive question marks, perhaps additionally harming their chances at winning the … Continue reading
Detroit Tigers nation is reeling this morning in the wake of the Doug Fister trade to the Washington Nationals last night, but fans need to realize one thing that Dave Dombrowski has done and it is fill needs. The three … Continue reading
Over the long holiday weekend, there wasn’t much new news to report regarding the Detroit Tigers pursuit of potential free agent additions, except for a few separate rumbles about free agent slugger Carlos Beltran. Since the Tigers need a left … Continue reading
The often bizzare world of the MLB winter hotstove took another turn on Friday, with rumors that top New York Yankees’ free agent second baseman Robinson Cano had quietly snuck into town to meet with the Detroit Tigers. Twitter became … Continue reading
Back in the winter of 2012, Prince Fielder signed a nine-year, $214 million dollar deal as a band aid to the Detroit Tigers’ problem of Victor Martinez’s devastating ACL injury. Though it was considered a major knee-jerk reaction then (pun … Continue reading