The baseball highlight as a last chance at glory, and the transaction wire as four break-ups.
A Tigers rookie gets his first taste of battle, and a people’s history of players weekends.
Holly on the iambic quadramater of Omar Vizquel playing catch, and Kate teases the new hit game show of the summer.
Bad days are compared, bad players are broken down (and broken), and bad memories are cherished.
An eight-run inning turned the opener into a Baltimore romp.
Ben and Sam talk about whether Kawasaki being sent to the minors tells us anything about chemistry, then discuss how much the Tigers’ defense hurts them.
The Orioles and Tigers announcers give a clinic in how to determine intent and stick up for the good guys in 15 seconds.
What has to go wrong for Justin Verlander to have a bad day at work?
Dave Dombrowski declared that the Tigers and their deposed closer were never ever getting back together, but they couldn’t stay apart.
The Tigers award their ace an extension that will pay him more than any other pitcher (at least until Clayton Kershaw’s next contract). Was it wise?
Are the stats missing something the Tigers’ skipper sees?
The first of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
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?
Venezuela has kept the Tigers’ systems from getting too lousy, but the country might not be big enough to do it forever.
Ben and Sam preview the Tigers’ season with Paul Sporer, and Pete talks to MLB.com Tigers beat writer Jason Beck (at 17:49).