The Tigers have agreed to a deal with right-hander Jordan Zimmermann. It is the biggest move in what has already been -- and will continue to be -- a busy offseason for Detroit.
The Tigers are in talks with free agent righty Jordan Zimmermann, CBS Sports MLB Insider Jon Heyman has confirmed. It's unknown how serious talks are at this point.
Left-handers Ian Krol and Gabe Speier -- a minor-leaguer -- head to the Braves for Maybin and cash considerations. Back in December 2007, Maybin was part of a package the Tigers sent to the Marlins for Miguel Cabrera. Maybin figures to start in Detroit's outfield in 2016.
Mets Daniel Murphy has hit a home run in a record five straight playoff games and, naturally, major league ballplayers are commenting about him on Twitter.
No Yankees or Red Sox. No Angels or Tigers, either. Brace yourself for ratings talk, but die-hard baseball fans will enjoy the actual four AL teams remaining.
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.
Let's just say that on Wednesday against the White Sox, Justin Verlander's fastball finished up strong.
Norris nearly helped the Tigers to a combined no-hitter, but what does his recent mastery mean for Fantasy owners? Al Melchior looks into the rookie's value as well as that for a pair of surging hitters.
Longtime ace ascends to top step of dugout in order to defend manager from angry crowd.

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