• 04.

    2014 TigsTown Awards: West Michigan Whitecaps

    The TigsTown Staff / TigsTown.com

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  • 05.

    Searching for the Detroit Tigers' MVP

    Neil Weinberg / Senior Analyst

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  • 06.

    WTKA Podcast: What To Do with the Bullpen

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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  • 01.

    Stacking Up the Staffs: Orioles vs. Tigers

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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  • 02.

    Roundtable: Organizing the Postseason Bullpen

    The TigsTown Staff / TigsTown.com

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  • 03.

    2014 Connecticut Tigers Year in Review

    Mark Anderson / Director of Scouting

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  • 04.

    2014 TigsTown Awards: West Michigan Whitecaps

    The TigsTown Staff / TigsTown.com

    Full Story
  • 05.

    Searching for the Detroit Tigers' MVP

    Neil Weinberg / Senior Analyst

    Full Story
  • 06.

    WTKA Podcast: What To Do with the Bullpen

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Stacking Up the Staffs: Orioles vs. Tigers

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Roundtable: Organizing the Postseason Bullpen

    The TigsTown Staff / TigsTown.com

    Full Story
  • 03.

    2014 Connecticut Tigers Year in Review

    Mark Anderson / Director of Scouting

    Full Story

2014 West Michigan Whitecaps Year in Review

2014 got off to a horrible start for West Michigan, as a fire ravaged Fifth Third Ballpark in early January, suddenly putting in doubt if the stadium would be serviceable for the season and the Midwest League All Star game. But reconstruction happened quickly and in time for Opening Day, and the Whitecaps on the field, especially those in the rotation, gave ‘Caps fans something to remember.

2014 TigsTown Awards: Lakeland Flying Tigers

The Flying Tigers were led by an excellent rotation and a number of steady members of the everyday lineup. Which player and pitcher earned the honors for 2014?

2014 Lakeland Flying Tigers Year in Review

Led by returning manager Dave Huppert, interim manager Bill Dancy, hitting coach Larry Herndon and pitching coach Mike Maroth, the Lakeland Flying Tigers missed the postseason yet again this season. After a competitive 42-25 first half led by a stout rotation, the Flying Tigers managed to win just 20 games in the second half; finishing with a 62-75 overall record in the FSL's North Division.

Avila's Above Average? You Better Believe It

Though foul tips and backswings might limit how much we see him down the stretch, Alex Avila is one of the more ever-present members of the Tigers lineup. Batting average devotees may find him frustrating, but judge his game top to bottom and you may be surprised: Avila is an above average major league catcher.

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