Astros slugger Evan Gattis hit 11 triples in 2015. But did he really? Let's look at all 11 to see what happened.
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.
An iffy forecast in New York makes Matt Harvey a scary play. That leads Heath Cummings to Madison Bumgarner ($11,900) against the Astros.
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.
One day after being made available by the Tigers, David Price has been traded to the Blue Jays for a package of prospects. Here are eight things to know about the trade.
Should you roll with Jose Fernandez ($10,300) as your ace? Heath Cummings weighs the risks and rolls with Sonny Gray instead in Wednesday cash lineups.
At the Fantasy Baseball Today blog, Chris Towers takes a look at the high-strikeout pitchers who haven't been getting results otherwise.
The All-Star game MVP picks up where he left off by sticking a dagger in Red Sox. The second half of the 2015 season began on Friday. Check out the action right here with Eye on MLB.
Anibal Sanchez flirted with a no-hitter and the Tigers beat the Blue Jays on Friday, but they also lost Miguel Cabrera to a calf injury. That story and more is in this edition of Eye on MLB.

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