The AL Central is home to no fewer than three certifiable contenders, so let's check out the storylines for 2014.
Coming off three straight AL Central crowns and three disappointing postseason exits, how will the Tigers fare in 2014? Let's preview.
There's bad news regarding the Tigers' outfield situation.
Two major trades and three multiyear free agent contracts headlined an action-packed Monday. Here is a recap of the day's hot stove news.
Tigers manager Jim Leyland dropped the struggling Austin Jackson from the leadoff spot for Game 4, and moved everyone else up a spot.
Tigers manager Jim Leyland plans to keep Austin Jackson and Torii Hunter at the top of his lineup despite their struggles.
The Red Sox will look to even the ALCS in Game 2 on Sunday night. Here are the starting lineups.
Like St. Louis, the Tigers are playing in their third consecutive LCS this month. But while the Tigers are looking for their first World Series win since 1984, the Cardinals won two years ago ... and in 2006. As GM David Dombrowski says, the "ideal" team isn't out there. But these Tigers are close.
Two of baseball's best offenses and starting rotations will meet in the ALCS. Which club has the upper hand?
Ready for Game 5 of the final divisional series of the 2013 season? Here are the Tigers and Athletics lineups for the bout.

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