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    Moya and Ray by the Numbers in Arizona

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    2014 Player Capsule: 2B Ian Kinsler

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    2014 Player Capsule: 1B Miguel Cabrera

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    Valuing the Tigers Free Agents

    Neil Weinberg / Senior Analyst

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    2014 Player Capsule: 3B Nick Castellanos

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    2014 TigsTools: Best Hitter

    Mark Anderson / Director of Scouting

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  • 04.

    Moya and Ray by the Numbers in Arizona

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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    2014 Player Capsule: 2B Ian Kinsler

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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    2014 Player Capsule: 1B Miguel Cabrera

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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  • 01.

    Valuing the Tigers Free Agents

    Neil Weinberg / Senior Analyst

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  • 02.

    2014 Player Capsule: 3B Nick Castellanos

    Paul Wezner / Executive Editor

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  • 03.

    2014 TigsTools: Best Hitter

    Mark Anderson / Director of Scouting

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Holaday was solid behind the plate

2014 Player Capsule: C Bryan Holaday

TigsTown continues its look at the key contributors from the 2014 season and what their 2015 outlook is. Next up is the Tigers’ backup catcher, Bryan Holaday. Holaday was solid behind the plate but limited offensively in his backup work. But will he face a challenge from prospect James McCann, and would he be able to handle more of a load given the injury concerns to Alex Avila?

Gonzalez is seeing action in Venezuela

Tigers Getting Underway in Winter Leagues

While the Arizona Fall League got underway about two weeks ago, the Caribbean winter leagues weren’t far behind, as winter ball in Venezuela and the Dominican is underway. Which Tigers players are on rosters and have appeared in games so far, and who hasn’t yet but might be taking the field soon?

Avila remains a very good defensive backstop

2014 Player Capsule: C Alex Avila

As the offseason is upon us, TigsTown starts to take a look at the key contributors from the 2014 season and what their 2015 outlook is. First up is Alex Avila, who despite his detractors, has proven to be a solid big league catcher for the Tigers. However, will concussion issues prove to be a greater issue for Alex and the organization?

Ray is off to a good start in the AFL

Moya, Fields, Ray Off to Hot Start in Arizona

Just over a week into the Arizona Fall League, and Steven Moya and Daniel Fields have both had impressive starts at the plate for the Glendale Desert Dogs. Meanwhile, left-hander Robbie Ray has also looked good in his first two starts.

Farmer found success across four levels this year

2014 TigsTown Awards: Pitcher of the Year

With the player of the year award announced along with every team naming its pitcher of the year, the time has come to name TigsTown's 2014 Brian Bluhm Minor League Pitcher of the Year!

Moya was outstanding for Erie

2014 TigsTown Awards: Player of the Year

After naming players of the year for each individual minor league farm team, the time has come to name TigsTown's 2014 Ryan DeWitt Minor League Player of the Year!

After a disappointing 2014, what's next for JV?

What Should We Expect From Verlander in 2015?

There isn’t really anything to like about Justin Verlander’s 2014 stat line. For a pitcher with a less impressive history or much smaller contract, perhaps, but for a former ace who’s paid like one, 2014 was disappointing at best. We’ve theorized and speculated about the reasons for months, but with 2014 behind us and 2015 looming, it’s time to decide if the 2014 experience was a blip or a trend.

Gonzalez was a key player for the GCL Tigers

2014 GCL Tigers Year in Review

With a roster full of young intriguing prospects, the 2014 Tigers GCL squad put together an impressive campaign both developmentally and from a win loss perspective in the standings. Led by manager Basilio Cabrera, pitching coach Jorge Cordova and hitting coach Ed Alfonzo, the Tigers finished 34-25; just a half game behind the division winning Yankees.

Like Carrera, Azocar is a speedy center fielder

2014 TigsTown Awards: VSL Tigers

In continuing the theme of having a couple players on each club take home impressive accolades in their respective leagues, the VSL Tigers had a batting champ and the best ERA in the Venezuelan Summer League. Who were they?

Suarez spent time at SS and in the OF

2014 TigsTown Awards: DSL Tigers

The DSL Tigers, much like their sister clubs at Erie and West Michigan, had a star hitter at the plate, that could end up in center field, or at shortstop, much like Eugenio Suarez. On the mound, a little-known 17-year old shined to claim the award.

Which pitcher and player shined on the back fields

2014 TigsTown Awards: GCL Tigers

The rookie league club in Lakeland had its fair share of impressive showings, but the player and pitcher of the year awards go to a pair of youngsters that made their Stateside debut this year, including one at just 18 years of age.

Scherzer is likely to depart via free agency

WTKA Podcast: Planning the Offseason Ahead

In the final appearance of the season on WTKA 1050 AM in Ann Arbor, Paul Wezner talks with Sam Webb briefly about the end to 2014, and what the team will do in what will surely be a busy off-season, with high profile free agents potentially leaving and major holes to be filled.

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