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Texas Rangers' brand new ballpark catches fire The Texas Rangers are building themselves a brand new ballpark, and already it's having problems. A 2-alarm fire broke out at Globe Life Field today, with several videos being captured showing smoke billowing out of the still under construction venue.
The Tigers should sign 2B Yolmer Sánchez because he would make the team better The Tigers could use a middle infielder who plays plus defense. Sánchez could fill that hole.
Detroit Tigers: Should Team Consider Signing Travis Shaw? The Detroit Tigers could use some help at the corner infield positions. Might free agent infielder and former Milwaukee Brewer Travis Shaw be a fit? Going…
Rob Manfred threatens to relinquish ties with MiLB Once the Minor Leagues decided to pushback on Manfred's ignorant idea-one that has gotten even the federal government involved-he "threatened to simply drop any agreement with Minor League Baseball and, presumably start its own minor league system bypassing MiLB entirely," Craig Calcaterra of NBC Sports Harball Talk notes.
Detroit Tigers sign veteran catcher Austin Romine to a one-year deal The Detroit Tigers picked up Austin Romine this week to help out their issues at catcher. He has been improving over the last few seasons.
New Tigers catcher Austin Romine: "No hard feelings" between him and Miguel Cabrera The Detroit Tigers recently finalized a deal with former New York Yankees catcher Austin Romine. Of course, the name will sound familiar to fans - he and slugger Miguel Cabrera brawled in a 2017 game, leading to both benches clearing.
Romine looks forward to good opportunity with Tigers DETROIT - Austin Romine tried to put his tussle with Miguel Cabrera in the past. They're teammates now. Romine and the Tigers finalized a $4.15 million, one-year deal on Friday that gives the 31-year-old catcher a chance for a bigger role. It also puts him in the same clubhouse as Cabrera after the two were involved in a brawl in 2017.
Romine looks forward to good opportunity in Detroit Romine and the Tigers finalized a $4.15 million, one-year deal on Friday that gives the 31-year-old catcher a chance for a bigger role. It also puts him in the same clubhouse as Cabrera after the two were involved in a brawl in 2017.
Detroit Tigers News: The Winter Meetings are over The Tigers signed a catcher, as well as made a few Rule 5 selections during the week.
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Meet RHP Rony Garcia, the Tigers’ newest prospect On Thursday, the Detroit Tigers selected Rony Garcia with the first pick in the Rule 5 draft, their second in the past three years. A 6'3, 200-pound right-handed pitcher from the New York Yankees, Garcia was signed as an international free agent in 2015 and spent most of the 2019 season with the Double-A Trenton Thunder.
Tigers checking on free agent infielder Travis Shaw, per report The slugging corner infielder could do a lot to improve one of the league’s worst lineups.
Detroit Tigers: Who is General Manager Al Avila trying to fool? The MLB Winter meetings are underway yet the Detroit Tigers haven't seemed to get the memo. Al Avila is saying all the right things, but it's all for not.
Michigan roundup: Tigers ink Romine while grabbing pitcher Garcia from Yankees The Detroit Tigers appear to have found some veteran help at catcher in Austin Romine. The 31-year-old Romine has reportedly signed a one-year deal, for just over $4 million, pending a physical. He is expected to battle for time with Grayson Greiner next season while top catching prospect Jake Rogers continues to develop at Class AAA Toledo.
CMHA-WECB scores hat trick with Detroit sports teams Tigers, Pistons and Red Wings, oh my! The Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Branch has been the official charity partner of the Detroit Tiger’s annual Canadian Fan Game Night…
With extra roster spot, teams test options at Rule 5 draft SAN DIEGO - Major league teams are getting an extra roster spot in 2020, and clubs went fishing for options at the Rule 5 draft Thursday. The Detroit Tigers selected right-hander Rony Garcia from the New York Yankees with the first pick at the winter meetings draft of unprotected minor leaguers.
Tigers' Austin Romine: Heads to Detroit Tigers' Austin Romine: Heads to Detroit.
Tigers sign one-year deal with catcher Austin Romine Romine, the 31-year-old brother of former Tiger Andrew Romine, might be best known to Detroit Tigers fans as one of the main parties in a 2017 brawl that saw the benches at Comerica Park empty in dramatic fashion several times in the same game.
Tigers select RHP Rony Garcia in 2019 Rule 5 draft The Detroit Tigers have selected right-handed pitcher Rony Garcia with the first overall pick in the 2019 Rule 5 draft. Garcia is a righthander from the New York Yankees' system who spent last season between Advanced-A Tampa, and Double-A Trenton.
Report: Detroit Tigers closing in on deal with Yankees catcher who exchanged blows with Miguel Cabrera From earlier… According to reports, the Detroit Tigers are closing in on a two-year deal with New York Yankees catcher, Austin Romine. If Romine's name rings a bell for you, it is probably because he is the catcher who started brawling with Miguel Cabrera back in 2017.
Tigers Nearing Deal With Austin Romine The Tigers are "closing in" on a deal with catcher Austin Romine, per George A. King III of the New York Post. It's a one-year deal worth $4.1MM, per MLB.com's Jason Beck and Evan Woodberry of MLive.com. Romine, 31, has been a steady contributor to the Yankees for some time now.
Detroit Tigers and manager Ron Gardenhire haven't discussed contract extension Detroit Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire is entering the third and final year of the contract he signed with the team in 2017, and there haven't been any talks of a contract extension. And according to Gardenhire, that's just fine. "Listen," he said, "When you lose - how many did we say, 114?
Every MLB team will be expanding foul ball netting Over the past few seasons, we've seen hundreds of fans being injured or barely escaping what would have been serious injury from foul balls and bats flying into the stands at baseball games. And now, the MLB is doing something to help prevent that from happening again.
AL Central Notes: Donaldson, Edwin, Shaw, Fulmer, Tigers Some rumblings from the AL Central… Reports surfaced a few weeks ago that the Twins "kicked the tires" on Josh ….
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