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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - March 26, 2015

How can the Tigers STILL have a questionable bullpen after years of knowing their relievers have kept them from winning a World Series?

It is a sputtering Motor City episode of The… 28 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - March 26, 2015

How can the Tigers STILL have a questionable bullpen after years of knowing their relievers have kept them from winning a World Series?

It is a sputtering Motor City episode of The… 29 more words

MLB Podcast Network

O’Neill Exhibit Showcases Native Americans In Baseball

MASSACHUSETTS – Native Americans, which comprise approximately one percent of today’s total U.S. population, are often not in the conversation when considering the demographics of the country. 158 more words

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2015 Spring Look At Your Detroit Tigers Bullpen

Now that’s out of the way…The Tigers bullpen last year was disaster and there wasn’t a ton done to address it this year; however positives have to be that Bruce Rondon is back, we have Joakim Soria for an entire year, and the Joe Nathan is in the last year of his contract.  726 more words

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The Detroit Tigers' Bullpen: A Look Ahead to the 2015 Season

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The Detroit Tigers had a great deal to focus on during this past offseason, including the unknown futures of Cy Young pitcher Max Scherzer and offensive superstar Victor Martinez, along with the physical health of former Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera. 656 more words

MLB

Spring is in the Ballpark

The boys of summer are back…kind of.

With Spring Training games kicking off this week, the familiar crack of the bat, the sound of a baseball smacking the glove, and possibly a horrific rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” baseball has returned. 225 more words

Sports

Joba Chamberlain's son had a lot to do with him signing back with the Tigers

Ken Rosenthal reports that while Joba Chamberlain’s desire to come back to Detroit this year was motivated in part by his own comfort level and sense of unfinished business with the Tigers, there was something else which factored into it too. 105 more words