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2 hrs ago | Amherst Daily News
While the Major League Baseball annual winter meetings wrapped up Thursday with the Rule 5 Draft in a location far warmer than Cumberland County, its Hot Stove had been pre-heated weeks in advance of its general managers' meetings.
Another winter meetings can go in the bag. And with it, naturally, can go a collection of transactions to be analyzed, scrutinized, criticized and various other sorts of "ized."
Will the Detroit Tigers make a run at extending the contract of two-time Most Valuable Player Miguel Cabrera next offseason? Time will tell.
New Tigers left fielder Rajai Davis had the green light to steal at will while with the Blue Jays, and he'll mostly likely be afforded the same freedom by manager Brad Ausmus.
Lake Buena Vista, Fla. - He's free to go. At least, that's probably the plan. New Tigers left fielder Rajai Davis had the green light to steal at will while with the Blue Jays, and he'll mostly likely be afforded the same freedom by manager Brad Ausmus.
Prince Fielder is gone, and so is Jhonny Peralta, which leaves Tigers Nation wondering how a lineup with fewer extra-base bats is supposed to score runs with any degree of ease in 2014.
The Tigers are reportedly telling other MLB teams they are 'not optimistic' they can extend Max Scherzer, but they also refuse to trade the 2013 AL Cy Young winner.
General Manager Dave Dombrowksi was hired in 2001, he had a mountain the size of Everest to climb in making the Tigers relevant again.
The Detroit Tigers are following the Boston Red Sox blueprint. They could do worse.
For the second consecutive year, the Tigers star slugger hauled in Major League Baseball's GIBBY awards for the game's MVP and hitter of the year.
Andy Dirks' core offensive numbers dipped in 2013, but other stats suggest he could be poised for a bounce-back-season.
Brad Ausmus has been on the job for nearly a month now, and there's been no excess of downtime.
Rangers manager Ron Washington, speaking Monday afternoon at the winter meetings, confirmed that Fielder will get some days off next season.
It could be a bit of gamesmanship on his part, but Matt Kemp's agent believes that he will be traded by the Los Angeles Dodgers this offseason.