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Should we build Mike Illitch another stadium?

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Before everyone goes all crazy…let us examine the facts. Detroit is a bankrupt city facing a plethora of challenges. Even though sports are my life and my livelihood I understand there place in society. It is entertainment; it is a distraction from our regular boring lives. However, should the city of Detroit and the State […]

2014 Detroit Tigers season week in review: Week 1

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It is hard to complain when week 1 of the season nets one loss, and four wins. Especially when several of those wins came via walk offs or late inning rallies. It is hard to complain when the team is in first place (even though the rules of DS360 state that standings do not matter […]

Are the Detroit Tigers in panic mode?

It has been an eventful week for the Detroit Tigers. There has been lots of news, and virtually none of it has been good. Gone to injury are Andy Dirks, Jose Iglesias, and Bruce Rondon. The Tigers have now traded for shortstop help twice in  little more than a few days and the latest of […]

What do the Detroit Tigers do now?

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It has been a bad week for the Detroit Tigers. Already down a projected starter in LF Andy Dirks (even if only a platoon guy), the roster, thin even at full strength, started to get flexed. Now the Tigers face the very real possibility that Jose Iglesias will not play at all in 2014, and […]

Will the Detroit Tigers win the World Series or disappoint fans in 2014?

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The Detroit Tigers are a week into their Grapefruit League schedule and Justin Verlander is once again the main topic of discussion heading into the 2014 MLB season.  But I’m tired of hearing about JV, so I want to talk about Max Scherzer and the platoon in left field.  First off, Andy Dirks will have […]

What they are saying about the Detroit Tigers


James Scheml over at has an article about new Tigers’ skipper Brad Ausmus wanting Jim Leyland around Leyland, who is serving as a special assistant to Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski, officially arrived to camp Tuesday for the first time this spring and briefly met with a handful of players before the team’s exhibition […]

Who is going to hit leadoff for the Tigers in 2014?

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Not an easy question to answer, but seeing as Spring Training has began and finally the snow is melting, it is one of the more important lineup questions the Detroit Tigers have heading towards the 2014 regular season.  There is no clear cut answer, and we do not have nay indications of which way new […]

Detroit Tigers Way Too Early Season Preview

Angelo Feleccia

MLB’s Detroit Tigers completed its first day of arbitration deals by inking Max Scherzer, Rick Porcello, Austin Jackson, Al Alburquerque, and Andy Dirks to deals.  So let’s take a look at how I think they’ll stack up against the American League in a race for the Pennant. I for one, am not happy with the […]

MLB’s Detroit Tigers spend $16M today, ticket prices rise again

Angelo Feleccia

The Detroit Tigers signed Max Scherzer, Rick Porcello, Austin Jackson, and Al Albuquerque, and Andy Dirks today all to 1 year deals in their hunt for a World Series championship.  So what does this all mean for the most important part of the Tigers payroll, the fans? As a season ticket holder, I am not […]

It’s been an expensive day for the Detroit Tigers

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Detroit Tigers President and General Manager Dave Dombrowski promised us fans that the team was not cutting payroll. However, he also did not say that the team was going to increase its payroll. After starting 2013 with a $150 million payroll or so, 5th highest in all of baseball, the 2014 number is surely going […]