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Detroit Tigers: Adept at Acquiring Rival Talent

Acquiring a player to strengthen your team is one thing, but when you weaken a rival in the process it’s a different kind of plus. On the other hand, if a rival team moved on from a player and you bring that player in from a different team, all it does is show your rivals what could have been—all the while making your team better. 356 more words


Doug Fister Better Than Ever Since Tigers Traded Him Away

By Ashley Dunkak

CBS DETROIT – The Detroit Tigers starting rotation constantly receives praise as one of the best in baseball, and Doug Fister pitched fourth in that rotation in 2013. 301 more words


Report: Tigers Exploring Trade For Hitter

By Ashley Dunkak

CBS DETROIT – The Detroit Tigers offense has looked sluggish recently, and general manager Dave Dombrowski has reportedly been searching for players whom the Tigers could acquire to inject some life into their lineup. 232 more words


Jacob Turner's struggles a reminder of Miami Marlins' bad trade with Detroit

With right-hander Jacob Turner on the way out, it’s a good time to look back at the trade that brought him to Miami from Detroit in late July 2012. 246 more words


Dave Dombrowski's Best Trades [BLOG]

By: Jeff Riger

Doug Fister is pitching for the Nationals Wednesday night.  The Doug Fister that is 10-3 with a 2.68 ERA, the same Doug Fister that was traded away in the offseason for 2 guys in the minors and another guy that has played 20 games with the Baltimore Orioles this season. 1,189 more words


MLB Turns Players Into Other Players In Eldritch Trade Deadline Ritual

Detroit, MI – Major League Baseball’s annual Trade Deadline occurred last week, an arcane ritual wherein teams destroy players and transform them into other players through twisted sorceries abhorrent to God and nature. 657 more words


Don't fret about the trades, because Tigers 'prospects' usually suck

By Joe Martinez

You would never think one simple transaction that occurred nearly 30 years ago would scar the entire fan base of a team for more than a generation. 1,382 more words