X-Minnesota Twins 94-68 In 2019, the Minnesota Twins took advantage of playing in Major League Baseball's weakest division. Both the Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals each lost at least 100 games, and the Twins were able to take advantage of that as 50 of their 101 wins came within the American League Central. But [...]
X-Cleveland Indians 87-75 Each of the last three years have seen the Cleveland Indians contend for the World Series Title, but entering the 2019 Major League Baseball season you have to wonder if their championship window has closed? After being one victory away from claiming the World Series Championship in 2016, the Tribe rebounded to [...]
X-Cleveland Indians 92-70 The past five years have been good to the Cleveland Indians as they have reemerged as a power on the Major League Baseball scene. In each of those years the Indians have never had a losing campaign, while they won 102 games last season for the first time since 1954. But a [...]
Finally, Jack Morris is heading to Cooperstown.
From 2006-2014, the Detroit Tigers made five trips to the postseason which included collecting a pair of American League Pennants. But since then things have come apart for the Tigers with the bottom officially falling out this year. The Tigers limped to the finish line with a record of 64-98 for their worst season since [...]
Outfielder Justin Upton is on the move once again, and he could help the Los Angeles Angels reach the postseason.
Will Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Francisco Rodriguez be able to turn things around?
X-Cleveland Indians 92-70 As good as the 2016 Major League Baseball season was for the Cleveland Indians, they are left to ponder as far as what could have been. The Indians enjoyed a postseason run that saw them sweep the heavily favored Boston Red Sox in the American League Divisional Series, and defeat the Toronto [...]
The Detroit Tigers are going to look back at what could have been.
For Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera, he appeared destined for stardom from his first day in Major League Baseball. Cabrera was signed by the Florida Marlins in 1999 as a 16-year old out of his native Venezuela. By 2003, Cabrera was ready for his MLB debut and in 87 games with the Marlins that [...]