Ben and Sam discuss the Tigers’ predictably bad defense and the unpredictably bad Brandon Wood.
Ben and Sam discuss Austin Jackson’s excellent catch, whether he’s the best defensive center fielder in baseball, and whether it’s even possible to decide one way or another, then dissect Seattle’s eight-game winning streak to see if it’s the start of something good or a fluke that will soon be forgotten.
The next hard-throwing right-handed Tigers reliever has made great strides this season and isn’t far from Detroit.
The routes the White Sox and Tigers have taken to contention in the AL Central are completely different.
The Tigers and Marlins complete the first-ever draft pick trade in a prospect-laden deal.
A Detroit Tigers pitcher corrects a Detroit Tigers writer on Twitter, because this is the world we live in.
What do the White Sox, Tigers, and Indians need heading into the deadline, and where might they find it?
John casts his ballot for this year’s All-Stars, and a conversation with Jim Leyland.
Which players came close to milestones but bowed out before reaching them?
Inspired by the top-heavy Tigers and Dodgers, Brad investigates how well NBA-style roster construction works in MLB.
Two starting pitchers are putting up elite strikeout rates this year, without adding new pitches or heaps of velocity. This is how.
Albert Pujols may be struggling, but there are major-league regulars doing even worse.
The tater trots for April 21: Paul Konerko helps a perfect game, Todd Helton & Austin Jackson set things right in the world.
It’s a folly to suggest that the 2012 Tigers–or any other team–will be able to score 1,000 runs.