Tuesday, February 24, 2015

TIGERS AGREE TO TERMS WITH JOBA CHAMBERLAIN

The Detroit Tigers announced today that the club has agreed to terms on a
one-year contract with righthanded pitcher Joba Chamberlain.


“We are pleased that Joba is returning to
our ballclub,” said Detroit Tigers President, CEO and General Manager David
Dombrowski. “He did a solid job for us last year and his addition will
strengthen our bullpen.”


Chamberlain, 29,
compiled a 2-5 record, a 3.57 ERA (63.0IP/25ER) and 59 strikeouts in 69 relief
appearances for the Detroit Tigers during the 2014 season. Prior to the All-Star
break, he posted a 1-3 record and a 2.63 ERA (37.2IP/11ER) over 41 appearances.
Additionally, he ranked second among American League relievers with 29 holds in
2014.



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Tuesday, February 10, 2015

UPDATE ON TIGERS VICTOR MARTINEZ.

DETROIT – Victor Martinez today underwent
successful medial menisectomy surgery of the left knee. The surgery was
performed by Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Florida.





Martinez will begin rehabilitation immediately and
will resume full activity in 4-6 weeks.





“We are very happy the surgery went well and that
Victor will be ready to compete for the start of the 2015 season,” said Tigers
President, CEO and General Manager, David Dombrowski.  




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FOX SPORTS DETROIT EXPANDS TO ANALYST ROTATION FOR 2015 TIGERS SEASON

Former Major League Baseball outfielder and manager Kirk Gibson and former MLB
pitcher Jack Morris will join Rod Allen in a rotation that will provide Tigers
fans with an array of perspectives from hitting, pitching and management. Mario
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Monday, February 2, 2015

1984 Tiger Great Dave Bergman Dead at 61

DETROIT -- The following statement is
attributable to the Detroit Tigers organization.

"It is with heavy hearts we extend our condolences to the family of
Dave Bergman. Dave was as spirited a person as he was a player. He will forever
hold a special place in Tigers history for the versatile roles he played, and
his significant contributions as a member of the 1984 World Champion Tigers. We
will miss seeing “Bergie” at the ballpark and in the community.”
 


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Monday, January 26, 2015

Sunday, January 25, 2015

TIGERS AGREE TO TERMS ON ONE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH AL ALBURQUERQUE

The Detroit Tigers yesterday announced
the club has agreed to terms on a one-year contract with righthanded pitcher Al
Alburquerque, thus avoiding arbitration. 

Alburquerque, 28, posted a 3-1 record, 2.51 ERA
(57.1IP/16ER) and 63 strikeouts in 72 games with the Tigers in 2014. He limited
lefthanded hitters to a .245 (27x110) batting average, while righthanded hitters
hit .190 (19x100) with him on the mound in 2014.


With this signing, the club has reached agreement with
all its arbitration eligible players for 2015.



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