Category: ‘Relief Pitchers’

Grading the 2016 Detroit Tigers: Bullpen Pitchers
October 12th, 2016 at 5:20 PM
Of all the places the Detroit Tigers struggled the most in 2016, the bullpen was probably the biggest sore spot for the team. ***VIDEO1*** Late leads melted away, and the Tigers were not able to keep momentum going late in the game for the team. How should the pitchers which put the...

Bullpen Showing Signs of Weakness for Detroit Tigers Down the Stretch
September 7th, 2016 at 10:22 PM
The Detroit Tigers had a chance to have a positive end to their road trip, but their bullpen assured there was no momentum to be had. ***VIDEO1*** After snatching a 4-3 seventh inning lead over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday afternoon, the Tigers couldn't hold Chicago off the board once again....

Ranking the Detroit Tigers’ 2015 Deadline Additions Thus Far
September 1st, 2016 at 1:19 PM
After fading from contention, the Detroit Tigers made the uncomfortable decision to sell at the 2015 trade deadline. ***VIDEO1*** At the time, many were worried about what would happen as the team played out a meaningless rest of the slate. But it's clear that the Tigers were already thinking about the future...

Detroit Tigers Must Hope For Health, Big Results After Trade Deadline Inaction
August 1st, 2016 at 6:30 PM
The Detroit Tigers decided to sit out the 2016 MLB trade deadline on Monday, looking for pitching but deciding not to pull the trigger. ***VIDEO1*** Reportedly, the Tigers didn't want to part with any of their younger prospects. Teams asked about Daniel Norris, Matt Boyd and Joe Jimenez, but Detroit didn't want...

Jon Heyman: Detroit Tigers Looking for Starting Pitcher With Andrew Cashner and Rich Hill Options
July 22nd, 2016 at 10:49 AM
The Detroit Tigers thus far aren't considering becoming sellers at the trade deadline. ***VIDEO1*** That's according to Jon Heyman of Today's Knuckleball, who revealed in a notes segment that the Tigers have gotten calls on star reliever Justin Wilson but thus far have ignored those overtures. Instead, Detroit still seems to be focusing...