Category: ‘Coaches’

Brad Ausmus learns key lessons since taking over as Detroit Tigers manager
February 16th, 2017 at 6:23 PM
Believe it or not, it's been three years since Brad Ausmus got the Detroit Tigers job, and despite some persistent rumors over the past few offseasons, he's been able to keep it. ***VIDEO1*** That has given the man some definite perspective heading into another season at the helm. Thursday, Ausmus dropped an...

The five most interesting things from Jim Leyland: A Life in Baseball
February 1st, 2017 at 4:51 PM
Former Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland was profiled by MLB Network on Tuesday, and there were many interesting tidbits revealed on the program. ***VIDEO1*** Tigers fans think they know the whole story of Leyland, but they probably don't. Here's a look at five interesting tidbits that elicited laugher and thought during the...

Detroit Tigers Hire Lloyd McClendon as Hitting Coach
October 24th, 2016 at 12:53 PM
The Detroit Tigers dipped back into the Jim Leyland coaching tree to fill a void they had on their staff. ***VIDEO1*** After former hitting coach Wally Joyner departed the team last week, the Tigers announced on Friday that they would be hiring Lloyd McClendon to be their new hitting coach. McClendon comes over...

Grading the 2016 Detroit Tigers: Manager Brad Ausmus
October 13th, 2016 at 7:32 PM
The Detroit Tigers had many shortcomings in 2016, and while Brad Ausmus was far from the biggest problem, he was still a disappointment overall. ***VIDEO1*** In his third season, it was right for fans to expect more from Ausmus, especially as it relates to lineup construction, in-game decision making and bullpen decision-making....

Five Things That Went Wrong for the Detroit Tigers in 2016
October 7th, 2016 at 1:09 PM
Even though the Detroit Tigers stayed in the hunt most of 2016, there were still plenty of low lights which helped the team fall short. ***VIDEO1*** Here's five of the biggest things that went wrong this season which led to plenty of the team's problems. 1. Health wasn't achieved. Again. The Tigers struggled...