The looming disasters behind the plate in the AL Central.
Or: The only way Jake Elmore is going to get this much ink on Baseball Prospectus.
Detroit’s baserunning was a major contributor to the club’s last-place finish. How they, and other AL teams, will look on the bases this year.
The Guinness Effect, and why opt-outs are the only way for a true star to get what he’s worth.
Detroit reestablishes itself as an AL Central favorite, while Justin Upton puts himself in position to hit the market again in two years.
Yo might go back to Detroit, the Dodgers keep looking for a no. 2 starter, and Yaisel Sierra is officially a name to know.
Like ballplayers, owners make decisions based on their own needs. Unlike ballplayers, owners are already soooooooooooo rich.
Assessing the risk and trajectory of Detroit’s new $110 million pitcher.
The Tigers make the first big splash of the off-season, inking the former Nat to a nine-figure deal.
We kick off our prospect coverage in the Motor City, where things have been better… but they’ve definitely been worse.
The most unpredictable division in baseball is particularly unpredictable this offseason. Breaking down how each team might (?) see itself.
Opening the black box–which isn’t a black box at all–to illuminate Justin Verlander’s brilliance this year.
Will Daniel Norris survive the 54-pitch first inning he threw Tuesday?
DeGrom DeGrominates, the surprisingly good Tigers’ bullpen is unsurprisingly bad, Bumgarner beats Kershaw again, and the best defensive play of the day.