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MLB Team Profiles: Detroit Tigers
Monday, March 06, 2006
Detroit Tigers

2005 Record: .438 (71-91), 4th place in AL Central

2004 Record: .444 (72-90)

Who’s Out: Jason Johnson (P), Rondell White (LF), Kenny Baugh (P)

Who’s In: Todd Jones (P), Kenny Rogers (P), Randy Steik (P)

Notes: Unlike the Royals or the Rockies, the Tigers offer their fans a decent helping of hope for the future. 24-year-old Jeremy Bonderman was their “ace” last year, and he’s just getting started. They also have Justin Verlander, who is just 22, waiting in the minor league wings. He has done extremely well in the minors, and although his brief time with the Tigers last season proved that he wasn’t quite ready for a full season the majors, he definitely has the talent to be a star starter next year. As for defense, Chris Shelton has been working hard to banish his reputation as an error-plagued power hitter. He’s still got the bat, but he’s been taking extra effort to prove that he won’t make too many errors at first base next year…

Next up: Los Angeles Dodgers


posted by Yankees Chick @ Monday, March 06, 2006  
  • At 12:29 PM, Anonymous mets guy said…

    The Tigers seem to be on the right track, given where they were a few years ago. A good core of young players supplemented by talented veterans is a solid starting point.

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