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Ex-Tigers closer Jose Valverde drawing interest from two teams, hopes to continue major-league career
Valverde, who turns 36 in March, intends to continue his major-league career and has drawn interest from two major-league teams, according to a source close to the subject.
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As winter meetings start, relievers are likely to be on Tigers' mind
When next season begins, the Atlanta Braves will be the only big-league team that will have the same ninth-inning closer as it did three years ago.
Miggy moving back to first; Castellanos to man third
The long-expected shift in the Tigers' infield was set on Wednesday. Cabrera, who moved to third base two years ago when , the Tigers' top prospect who moved from third base to the outfield in the middle of the 2012 season, will return to third.
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Tigers make Joe Nathan deal official
The Detroit Tigers and Joe Nathan say all the right things in an introductory press conference.
Intresting Trade Proposal
We all know that the Mets are in some serious outfield help. That is not news. But the same can be said about the Detroit Tigers except they need a closer desperately instead of an outfielder.
Will Joe Nathan Finally Solve the Tigers' Ninth-Inning Achilles' Heel?
For the first time in what feels like forever, there's no doubt about who will be taking care of things in the ninth inning for the Detroit Tigers .
Bolstering bullpen should remain atop Tigers' to-do list
The Tigers need more than just a closer to bolster their bullpen, and a reliever like Chad Qualls could give them a lift.
Brian Wilson and Detroit Tigers a better fit than you think
Brian Wilson #00 of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitches in the eighth inning against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Five of the National League Championship Series at Dodger Stadium on October 16, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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Detroit Tigers' Relief Pitching; A Breakdown
Oct 17, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Phil Coke throws against the Boston Red Sox during the seventh inning in game five of the American League Championship Series baseball game at Comerica Park.
The Tigers and Phil Coke agree to a one-year deal
Coke's a lefty specialist that, presumably, will be paid like a lefty specialist.
Detroit Tigers: Four Relief Pitchers the Tigers Should Sign
If you do remember, your memory is that it was a very, very close series. It sounds silly, but it was probably the closest series ever that didn't go to seven games.