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Tigers Hoping Familiar Names Can Keep Run Going

NOAH TRISTER, AP Baseball Writer

DETROIT (AP) — It’s not often a general manager has to defend bringing back the runner-up in the MVP race, but Detroit’s Dave Dombrowski faced an obvious question after signing Victor Martinez to another four-year deal. 654 more words

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Tigers Hoping Familiar Names Can Keep Run Going

NOAH TRISTER, AP Baseball Writer

DETROIT (AP) — It’s not often a general manager has to defend bringing back the runner-up in the MVP race, but Detroit’s Dave Dombrowski faced an obvious question after signing Victor Martinez to another four-year deal. 655 more words

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Dombrowski Explains Why Tigers Will Not Re-Sign Torii Hunter

By Ashley Dunkak
@AshleyDunkak

COMERICA PARK (CBS DETROIT) – The Detroit Tigers will not re-sign outfielder Torii Hunter, general manager Dave Dombrowski announced Friday.

“I called him today and let him know,” Dombrowski said. 336 more words

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Anthopoulos explains deal for Devon Travis

The Blue Jays traded outfielder Anthony Gose to the Tigers on Wednesday night in exchange for second base prospect Devon Travis. On the main site, you’ll find an article on what the deal means from a Toronto perspective along with another piece that focuses on Travis’ reaction to the deal. 1,339 more words

Free Agent: Victor Martinez Staying Home For Big Money

According to FoxSports’ Ken Rosenthal, Victor Martinez will be the first big winner in the 2014-2015 free agent sweepstakes. And the man called “V-Mart” doesn’t even have to leave town. 174 more words

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NEWS

Kevin Youkilis announced he will retire. He played 10 years in MLB and was a 3 time All-Star. He is best known for the 9 years he spent with the Red Sox where he helped win 2 World Series Championships. 536 more words

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Are The Tigers Losing With Their "Win Now" Approach?

The Kansas City Royals’ miraculous run through the 2014 MLB playoffs exposed baseball fans across the country to the idea that, contrary to popular belief, a team could win in today’s game in a small market. 827 more words