Ruppert Jones talks about his 12-year major league career, his 1984 championship season with the Tigers, and life after baseball.
Rick Huhn tells the story of the controversial 1910 batting race between Ty Cobb and Nap Lajoie, and the lasting impact it had on Major League Baseball. His book The Read More …
Brayan Peña managed the Tigers West squad to the Gulf Coast League championship this week. He was the backup catcher on the 2013 Tigers.
Brendan Donley talked to over two dozen players and participants in the 1968 World Series and stitched together their oral histories for the 50th anniversary of the Tigers’ unforgettable championship.
The story of the Detroit Tigers and of Major League Baseball is incomplete without celebrating deserving big leaguers who were denied their chance. In the late 19th century, Adrian, Michigan, was home to a nationally-known team of African American All-Stars. Mitch Lutzke tells their nearly forgotten story.
Adam Darowski of HallOfStats.com and SABR presents his All-Hall-of-Fame Snub Tigers team.
Sridhar Pappu talks about Bob Gibson, Denny McLain, and the unforgettable 1968 baseball season.
Brian Martin talks about the rise and fall of the Detroit Wolverines, the city’s first Major League Baseball team, who played in the National League in the 1880s.
Dan Dickerson talks about his memories of Tiger Stadium, and taking over for the legendary Ernie Harwell.
Burge Carmon Smith talks about Hal Newhouser, Hank Greenberg, and Detroit’s forgotten championship team: the 1945 Tigers.