Greene nearing return to baseball activities
Keeping tabs on the No. 5 overall prospect
May 12: Greene nearing clearance for baseball activities
Riley Greene, MLB Pipeline's No. 5 overall prospect, is scheduled for a check-up exam on his fractured right foot, which has sidelined him since the final week of Spring Training. If the results show the progress the Tigers expect to see, he’ll
Wentz takes lessons from Major League debut
No. 12 prospect optioned to Triple-A following loss to A's
DETROIT -- The Tigers hadn’t even started batting practice when Joey Wentz took the mound at Comerica Park for the first time Wednesday afternoon. First pitch was still three hours away, and the mound was still covered, but Wentz stepped on top and looked around, just to get his bearings.
Bucs-Tigers postponed; DH on tap for Wednesday
No. 16 prospect Faedo to debut for Detroit in Game 2
DETROIT -- April showers haven’t brought May flowers in Michigan just yet, but May showers on Tuesday will bring a Major League debut for another Tigers pitching prospect.
Tuesday’s Tigers-Pirates game was postponed due to rain. The two teams will instead play a traditional doubleheader Wednesday. The opener will begin
Torkelson hits first MLB homer
Keeping tabs on the No. 4 overall prospect
We'll be posting daily updates on Tigers first baseman Spencer Torkelson this season, with the latest news on the No. 4 prospect in baseball per MLB Pipeline.
After Tork, who's next among Tigers' prospects?
Greene, Kreidler, Wentz, Faedo also could be primed to make their MLB debuts in 2022
DETROIT -- The slam of Spencer Torkelson’s bat on home plate was loud enough to be heard on the television broadcast, his bat seemingly cracking. He had chased an Aaron Bummer slider out of the strike zone after taking back-to-back pitches in the zone following a 2-0 count, striking out