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Detroit Tigers: Trade rumors, transactions, news, notes

All the latest news, notes, and rumors.

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AL Central roundup: Bourn set to return

Notes from around the American League Central.

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2014 Season Preview: Detroit Tigers

A Prince for a pauper; a remedy shall make.

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Cabrera's deal is crazy, but what did you expect?

If the average fan can see that Miggy's new deal is probably going to get ugly, the Tigers probably can too.

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Drew willing to consider 1-year deal with Tigers

If Drew signs after Opening Day, the Tigers won't be able to extend him the qualifying offer next winter.

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Tigers have several options to replace Iglesias

General manager Dave Dombrowski claims his team will replace Iglesias internally, but he appears to be scanning the open market as well.

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Tigers, Alex Avila avoid arbitration

Detroit will avoid the panel with their primary catcher, agreeing to a one-year, $4.15 million deal with a second-year option.

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5 important take-aways from the Doug Fister deal

Even after a flurry of deals yesterday, the Tigers' Doug Fister trade ranks as the worst move this off-season. However, there are some important things we can interpret from it.

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Fielder-Kinsler Trade Reactions

In swapping Ian Kinsler and Prince Fielder, the Rangers and Tigers have pulled off one of baseball's most challenging feats; they have made a blockbuster trade that no one really hates.

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Tigers roster needs refining for 2014 run

Detroit fell short again. And they have some major decisions to make in their efforts to get another shot next season. Good thing owner Mike Ilitch does't seem to mind dropping a couple hundred million dollars on his team.

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Brad Ausmus: Great, good-looking hire

The consensus is in -- everybody loves the Tigers-Ausmus pairing and projects good things to come. What's your reaction?

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Tigers should chase Cano

The Tigers stayed alive last night with some gutsy performances by Max Scherzer and Victor Martinez, but they're still just one game away from elimination. They may be thinking about what they can do this winter to get themselves another shot, whether they win Game 5 or not.

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Trade analysis: Tigers, Braves bolster 'pens

With Monday morning's pair of deals, five potential playoff contenders have now made deadline trades to bolster their bullpens.

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Tigers 'looking hard' for 'pen help

Jose Valverde's return has helped the injury-depleted 'pen thus far, but the Tigers may need reinforcements.

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Tigers put Austin Jackson on DL

A hamstring injury will sideline Detroit's leadoff man for the next few weeks.

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Phil Coke activated off 15-day DL

The Tigers optioned Luke Putnoken to Triple-A to clear room for Coke.

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Detroit Tigers option Bruce Rondon to Triple-A

The Tigers recalled Luke Putnoken to fill in the the roster spot.

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Tigers DL Coke

Detroit is now down two veteran relievers, as Coke battles his way through a groin strain.

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MLB scores & more: 4/24

All the latest news, rumors, and scores.

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Rondon gets the call

Detroit has called on the young flame-thrower to make his Major League debut.

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Elbow still bothering Dotel

The veteran right-hander was unavailable during Sunday's 13-inning marathon against the Angels, and may have to go on the DL if he's not ready to go by Tuesday.

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Valverde vs. Class A

Tigers right-hander Jose Valverde is on track to face Class A hitters this weekend.

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V-Mart day-to-day

Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez suffered a laceration on his right thumb that required eight stitches.

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Central notes

Here's the latest happenings in the Central.

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Tigers considering Wells

The Tigers could consider pursuing Casper Wells -- who was recently designated for assignment by the Mariners.

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Verlander gets paid

Detroit has made the ace right-hander the highest-paid pitcher in baseball history.

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Rondon optioned to Triple-A

Detroit has opted to start the season using the "closer by committee" route rather than put the young flame-thrower at the wheel.

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Kelly won't opt out

Detroit Tigers utility player Don Kelly will not exercise his opt-out clause.

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Porcello proving popular

Rick Porcello was all over the news Thursday. Let's take a look at the buzz surrounding him.

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Pads, Tigers talking Porcello

The Padres have turned down Rick Porcello for Houston Street as well as Porcello for Luke Gregerson.

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Cards 'checking out' Porcello

The St. Louis Cardinals are "checking out" Detroit Tigers right-hander Rick Porcello.

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Porcello likely to be dealt

The Tigers are expected to trade Rick Porcello prior to Opening Day.

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Friars praying for Porcello

The San Diego Padres are one of the teams interested in Detroit Tigers right-handed starting pitcher Rick Porcello.

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Tigers hunting for righty bat

Manager Jim Leyland is adamant that the club will add a righty outfield bat to the Opening Day roster.

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No trade for Tigers?

The Tigers could enter the regular season without trading one of their young pitchers.

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Tigers bounce Boesch

The Detroit Tigers have released outfielder Brennan Boesch.

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Shellfish 1 Jhonny Peralta 0

Don't be alarmed, this isn't Peralta post-allergic reaction. His face is just naturally puffy.

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Tigers expand closer search

Detroit reportedly has an "All Points Bulletin" out in the hopes of finding someone to man the ninth inning.

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Boesch on the move?

Do the Tigers really need to trade for a proven closer?

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Tigers shopping for closer

The Tigers are now "pushing hard to find a closer on the trade market."

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Tigers haven't discussed Valverde

Jim Leyland told reporters that the Tigers have not discussed Jose Valverde.

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Tigers not eyeing closers

The Tigers are not looking to add a player to replace closer Bruce Rondon, yet.

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Boesch to bounce?

Detroit Tigers outfielder Brennan Boesch doesn't have a clear role with his current team, making him a candidate to be traded this spring.

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Wilson an option for Tigers?

The Tigers could view Brian Wilson as a fallback option at closer if Bruce Rondon struggles.

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Tigers not considering Valverde

The Tigers "haven't for one moment considered signing" free agent Jose Valverde.

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Tigers in on Diaz

The Tigers are the latest on the Cuban shortstop's growing list of potential landing spots.

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Tigers eyeing quick trade?

If Detroit is going to deal the right-hander, Lynn Henning believes it's going to happen sooner rather than later.

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Tigers' demands for Porcello

Tigers want shortstop, outfielder or late-inning reliever in exchange for Porcello.

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O's, Cubs, Tigers talking trade?

Rick Porcello and J.J. Hardy could be on the move if a deal is struck.

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Tigers offseason roundup

Here's a roundup of all the recent news and notes regarding the Detroit Tigers.

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Pirates interested in Porcello

While the Pirates are interested in Tigers right-hander Rick Porcello, Detroit doesn’t want to surrender the former top prospect for a straight-up trade involving Pittsburgh’s closer Joel Hanrahan.

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Tigers feeling Smyly?

With a full rotation, Detroit may look to deal one of its lesser starters.

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Angels Pursuing Porcello

The Angels have been aggressive this off-season, trading for Tommy Hanson, signing Joe Blanton and Ryan Madson and of course, wooing Josh Hamilton away from the Rangers. Now they have their sights on Rick Porcello.

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Rick Porcello available

With Anibal Sanchez back in the fold for 2013 and beyond, Rick Porcello could be on his way out of Detroit.

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Tigers re-sign Anibal Sanchez

Detroit has reportedly locked up the free-agent right-hander for five years and $80 million.

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Cubs out, Tigers in on Sanchez?

Are the Cubs out? Or increasing their offer?

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Tigers unlikely to re-sign Sanchez

The Tigers are unlikely to re-sign Anibal Sanchez unless he decides to leave a lot of money on the table.

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Tigers Sign Pena

The Tigers have signed Brayan Pena to be their backup catcher for the 2013 season.

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Tigers targeting closers

The Tigers are exploring trade possibilities to bring on an experienced closer.

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Tigers offer Hairston contract?

Hairston could be a solid platoon option for Detroit.

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