Ben and Sam do a grab-bag episode on an assortment of topics, including Kenley Jansen’s hidden perfect game, Phillies outfielder updates, teams that own other teams, and a comment by Kerry Wood.
The Tigers, Indians, and Royals have separated themselves from the Twins and White Sox, but which will emerge victorious?
The Red Sox add Jake Peavy and Brayan Villarreal, while the Tigers get Jose Iglesias and the White Sox add Avisail Garcia plus prospects.
Detroit finally adds a late-inning reliever to set up for Joaquin Benoit while the Astros keep padding their farm system.
Ben and Sam discuss whether an owner overruling a GM can ever be a good thing, then revisit the Tigers’ decision to extend Justin Verlander well before he was a free agent.
For one night, the White Sox look like the team to beat in the AL Central.
Detroit reasserts its dominance in the AL Central.
Max Scherzer violates a central tenet of pitching, with great success.
Flash back to the first time Porcello competed for a spot in a crowded Tiger rotation.
The 2013 Tigers will be heavy, slow, and probably bad at baserunning. How much will it hurt them?
Ben and Sam preview the Tigers’ season with Paul Sporer, and Pete talks to MLB.com Tigers beat writer Jason Beck (at 17:49).
A series that wasn’t close ended with a game that wasn’t close. The Tigers get a long break before the World Series, and the Yankees get a long offseason.
Ian finds his postseason press pass takes him places he never expected to go.
A look at the methods and origins of the Yankees’ and Tigers’ success