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1 hr ago | Motor City Bengals
As has been said ad nauseam, there's still a lot of offseason left, and Dave Dombrowski doesn't quit dealing.
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5 hrs ago | Motor City Bengals
Dec 9, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; A sign for MLB Winter Meetings hangs outside the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort.
10 hrs ago | Detroit News
In a hotel corridor Monday, outside a media workroom that will be home for the next three days at baseball's winter meetings, Bill Madden of the New York Daily News stopped to ask if the Tigers were done with their heavy offseason business.
11 hrs ago | Bless You Boys
The Tigers have been very active during the early Hot Stove season. But the player comings and goings still leaves a few "needs" on the shopping list.
On a night usually dominated by news of players let loose, the Washington Nationals and Oakland Athletics filled pitching needs with trades.
While everyone is focused on the Winter Meetings in Florida, the MLB.com Gift Guru has been kicking around some Fiki Baseball at the office and thinking about player deals.
This past week, Mike Rizzo and the Washington Nationals were very active in their offseason plans.
And so at the end of his time with the Tigers, just as at the beginning of it and frequently in between, Doug Fister stirs memories of Doyle Alexander.
Miguel Cabrera's stroke was silky smooth, and with great purpose. The Detroit Tigers hitting ace was not in the batting cage, but he was focused on doing good work anyhow.
Wow. What an offseason we have had. It leaves one wondering what exactly the purpose of the winter meetings set to begin on Monday is.
The anticipated promotion for Drew Smyly to the Tigers rotation will come to pass in the aftermath of the Doug Fister trade.
A quartet of deliciousness is teaming up on Monday to feed not just D.C.'s discriminating palates, but the needy as well.
After making the major trade to acquire Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers , the Washington Nationals now find themselves down yet another arm in the bullpen as they sent left-hander Ian Krol to Detroit in the deal.
CLEVELAND _ After Friday's free-agency flurry, Indians fans might have felt like they were left off the invite list to Major League Baseball's Christmas bash.
We at MCB - or at least the more sabermetrically-inclined of us - talk a lot about FIP and xFIP when describing pitching performance.
Everything Doug Fister does, from 60 feet, 6 inches away, serves to deceive. His towering height makes you think power, but then he throws a fastball that may not get pulled over in some states.