Drew Storen, Ben Revere, Peter O’Brien find new homes while Rajai Davis and Alex Avila return to old stomping grounds.
The Tigers prospect reflects on a challenging season.
Nick Castellanos is dealing with a broken hand, so the Tigers turn to their farm system for help.
Erick Aybar isn’t what he once was, but he’ll work for what the Tigers need and the price was right.
Justin Verlander makes Noah Syndergaard look positively mortal, Billy Hamilton destroys our preconceived ideas about speed, and Jean Segura gifts Orlando Arcia his first extra base in the majors.
A.J. Ramos does it wrong, Max Scherzer’s striking people out, J.D. Martinez rejoins a suddenly serious Tigers team, and more.
Non-All-Star Ian Kinsler’s very good career is not defined by many of the markers that make a Hall of Famer. Will his final half-decade change that?
The Tigers, left for dead after last season, have defied expectations.
The White Sox hit seven home runs, Kevin Gausman and Carlos Carrasco toss four-hitters, and Jose Altuve goes for the cycle.
Fielder for Kinsler was supposed to be the fix for both teams’ surpluses, but the 2016 season has put the clubs’ returns in stark relief.
Michael Fulmer goes streaking, Edwin Encarnacion remembers how to hit home runs, and Cole Hamels tries out a new look.
Did Justin Verlander announce his resurgence in a Twitter reply?
A utility man who isn’t, a formerly great closer who wasn’t, and a comeback story no one knows.
It was a disaster for the Twins pitcher, just like down the road it was a disaster for the Blue Jays pitcher, J.A. Happ.
Marcus Stroman has a happy birthday, Clayton Kershaw continues to pitch in a class of his own, and Trevor Story finds another way to write himself into the history books.
The weirdest thing happened to the Reds’ ace. Meanwhile, good job Chris Sale, good job Orioles, good job Jordan Zimmermann, great job Aaron Hicks.