Baseball Prospectus 2013: the essential guide to the 2013 season by edited by King Kaufman and Cecilia M. Tan
The Bird: The Life and Legacy of Mark Fidrych by Wilson, Doug
Francona: the Red Sox years by Terry Francona and Dan Shaughnessy
Hank Greenberg: the hero of heroes by John Rosengren
Tune in Thursday April 5th for the Detroit Tigers Opening Day as they take on the Boston Red Sox. The line-up is set and the 2011 America League Central Champions begin their season at Comerica Park, first pitch 1:05 PM. Go Tigers!!
The Tigers are back at Comerica Park for a six game home-stretch beginning with Friday's home opener against the Cleveland Indians. Michigan native and comedian Tim Allen will throw one of the first ceremonial pitches along with servicemen representing each branch of the military. Game time 1:05pm. Go Get'Em Tigers!!
Detroit's own Tigers are leaders in the American League Central Division and are in an exciting race with the Minnesota Twins for the pennant. The chase is sure to go wire to wire when the Twins come to town in a four game series. The September 28th issue of Sports Illustrated features the Tiger franchise and it's positive effect on the city of Detroit.
Mark Fidrych was introduced to the Detroit area back in 1976. He was energetic, unique, and talented. Fans everywhere watched his antics on the field from talking to the ball to kneeling down and smoothing out the mound. He won the American League Rookie of the Year award in 1976 and went on to spend his major league career with the Detroit Tigers. Remember Mark Fidrych in his book No Big Deal published in 1977.