What went right for the Tigers in 2015? What went wrong? It's time to rundown the season that was, as they've been eliminated from playoff contention for the first time since 2010.
On Saturday, Tigers GM Al Avila laid to rest any speculation that Ausmus wouldn't return for a third season in Detroit.
Alex Rodriguez and Matt Harvey are among the leading candidates for the 2015 Comeback Player of the Year awards.
At what point does matchup overrule talent? Thursday is a great test.
It takes time to know if a player has truly broken out. Al Melchior investigates the trends of six hitters who had appeared to reach a new level earlier this season.
Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias shoved catcher James McCann in the dugout Friday after the two got into a heated argument.
Clayton Kershaw has been money, but $13,400 against Gerrit Cole in Pittsburgh? Heath Cummings prefers better-priced Jose Fernandez or Jacob deGrom.
The Padres and Reds shocked many teams around the league by largely standing pat, leading to a trade deadline that ended with a whimper instead of a bang. Plus more news around the league.
The Tigers and GM Dave Dombrowski parted ways Tuesday. With or without him, the team is not too far from returning to contention.
The Tigers have made three trades in the past few days, but those three players were all set to hit free agency after this season.

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