Category: ‘Short Stops’

Detroit Tigers Roster Review and Preview: Shortstop Edition
March 18th, 2016 at 10:36 PM
With spring training getting into full swing, we're taking a closer look at the Detroit Tigers position by position heading into the 2016 season. ***VIDEO1*** The Detroit Tigers have infused some youth into their infield, but will be looking for a bit more as it relates to their shortstop this coming season,...

Three Spring Invitees with the Best Chance of Making the Detroit Tigers’ Roster
January 26th, 2016 at 7:59 PM
A few weeks ago, the Detroit Tigers released the list of players they intended on inviting to spring camp. ***VIDEO1*** The list ranged from pitchers to infielders, and included both established veterans and players who have never set foot in a big-league park. With a packed roster, few can be expected to...

Former Detroit Tigers’ Infielder Alan Trammell’s Hall of Fame Bid Ends
January 6th, 2016 at 8:29 PM
Alan Trammell won't have to go through the indignity of being dragged through another Hall of Fame vote. ***VIDEO1*** The Detroit Tigers' shortstop fell short of making the cut for the Hall of Fame once again on Wednesday, bringing about his run on the ballot with an unsatisfying end. This year, Trammell received...

To Avoid Frugality in Free Agency, Detroit Tigers May Have to Deal Ian Kinsler
November 8th, 2015 at 11:43 AM
The Detroit Tigers may or may not be motivated to spend money in free agency this offseason. ***VIDEO1*** Given the words of Al Avila and the tepid start to the MLB free agency period, it's hard to tell, but a trained ear certainly makes it seem as if the team will be...

Detroit Tigers’ Prospect JaCoby Jones Suspended 50 Games for Drug Abuse
November 5th, 2015 at 11:49 PM
Detroit Tigers' infielder JaCoby Jones is in trouble. ***VIDEO1*** Thursday, Jones was suspended under the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program for 50 games. Twice the infielder has tested positive, and as a result, he's feeling the heat. The drug in question wasn't' performance enhancing, but recreational Tigers' general manager Al Avila...