Jiménez confía en que esta primavera su desempeño le merezca su propio lugar en Comerica Park, en Detroit.
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Recently retired slugger Prince Fielder shared a trailer for his new food show "Fielder's Choice" on Twitter on Monday, and it's exactly what you would expect to see.
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In Lakeland, Florida, the Spring Training home of the Detroit Tigers as they work on Pop up communications and the importance of "I got it, I got it, I got it!"
The Detroit Tigers announced Saturday that they have hired former utility man Don Kelly as a pro scout/assistant to player development.
The Tigers return to Lakeland with a roster of about the same strength that finished 86-75 last season. Trading Cameron Maybin was a loss for the team, however.
The main thing that the Tigers will hope for Zimmermann this season is that he can remain healthy, after he battled a list of injuries in 2016.
Pressure is a part of baseball, but there's always a few players who have a little bit more of it. It's your turn to vote on who has the most to prove this season.
Detroit Red Wings and Tigers owner Mike Ilitch not only was the driving force behind returning two struggling franchises to championship form, he also helped rebuild the city they called home.
Although teams like to keep their top prospects in the minors to start the season, David Schoenfield sees Tigers reliever Joe Jimenez (1.59 career ERA in the minors) making the jump to the majors right out of the gate.
Invitations to camp can mean first glances for prospects and last chances for veterans like Josh Hamilton. Who should be on your spring scorecard?
With his commitment to winning, Tigers and Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch earned loyalty among fans and all who worked for him on and off the field.
Detroit Tigers and Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch has died at age 87, his representatives confirmed Friday.
Anibal Sanchez has two spring training tasks: Keep the ball down and keep his spot in the Detroit rotation. The latter probably won't happen without the former.
The Tigers tweeted an image of the their home jersey with a No. 99 on the back at hockey legend Wayne Gretzky after he said he would have loved to have been Detroit's shortstop.
A mega-deal involving an ace? Both teams get an A. Whiff badly as one AL Central team did? That's an F. Here's our hot stove report card for 2017.
Hard-throwing Matt Manning heads up a Tigers organization long on unrealized potential. Will some breakthroughs spare them dealing for more prospects?
A surprising push from a playoff race or one bad stretch from rebuilding mode, these squads have the most to gain (or lose) in 2017.
Dustin Pedroia getting down and dirty. Trea Turner's speed. Nelson Cruz's power. Put those all together and there's a lot to be excited about in 2017.
Plenty of upside for Beau Burrows
There are easier breakout picks for the Tigers than Burrows, but the right-hander's stuff makes him a good bet to take a leap this year, Keith Law writes. Top sleeper prospects (Insider)
The Royals are deep, the Tigers are top heavy and the Twins have pitching in the pipeline. But thanks to two big trades, Chicago's system has enough quality prospects to push it into the top 10.
Victor Martinez has always been slow. But in 2016, the Detroit DH set a new mark for mediocrity on the basepaths. Should we alert Cooperstown -- or does his record come with an asterisk?
J.D. Martinez has much to prove this year
Martinez is likely to be playing elsewhere in 2018, so this year will be big for him to prove that his poor defensive metrics in 2016 were a fluke, David Schoenfield writes. MLB players motivated for next contract