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Friday, September 13, 2019
Posted on September 13, 2019 at 06:51 AM.
In the middle of a solid bounce back season, Miguel Cabrera was dealt to the Boston Red Sox today in exchange for two minor league prospects. Cabrera, 35, is hitting .259 with 11 home runs and (for some reason) is in the final year of his contract.
The move comes after 10 years with the Tigers where he made the World Series and won the Triple Crown award. He was the face of the franchise for years and one of the best deals made by former GM Dave Dombrowski when he poached Cabrera from the Marlins in 2008.

The Tigers acquired RHP Durbin Feltman 21-65-B has a 99 mph fastball that routinely reaches triple digits. The Tigers figures he'll be at the back end of the bullpen in the future.
LHSP ____ was also acquired. At AA he has a record of ____.

The Red Sox needed a RH bat who could play first base. Cabrera will likely DH as the Red Sox are in the middle of a playoff push and are hoping to boost their lineup as well as their clubhouse.

"We wanted to bring in a big bat but also a leader. Cabrera is both", said Dombrowski, now the Red Sox GM.
Category: Tigers
Thursday, August 1, 2019
Posted on August 1, 2019 at 05:04 PM.
IRL - Nick Castellanos was dealt on July 31, 2019 to the Cubs for Alex Lange and Paul Richan.

Richan is a top 30 prospect in the Cubs system just like Lange but he is not in the game. So, I can either do the deal with Lange (in the game) and RHRP Carlos Ramirez 26-75-C
or do the deal with "Joe Random" and edit him to make him compliant with the actual prospect Richan.

Ramirez is making $53 k/yr for 4 more years. He is on the Cubs roster and has
8.1 IP with 10 K and a 1.08 ERA. I think that is the way to go.

A new idea: The Cubs have 3 LHSP but 0 LHRP. I'll add Blaine Hardy to the deal and get Ramirez + (?)


OF Castellanos 26-79-B .258 16 HR 56 RBI
LHRP Blaine Hardy 31-68-D 3.72 30 k 36 ip 17 BB

SP Alex Lange 22-72-B (AAA) 9-6 2.49 110 K 130 IP 45 BB
RP Carlos Ramirez 26-75-C
LF Charcer Burks 22-62-C

Ramirez and Burks have 24 games combined in MLB this year. Ramirez is doing well with a 1.08 ERA in 8 IP while Burks is hitting .239 in 46 AB.
Category: Tigers
Sunday, July 28, 2019
Posted on July 28, 2019 at 08:19 PM.
It is July 31 and I am out of it, of course. The question with each franchise is how fair to make the trades. Since I do 30 team control I have to make sure the other teams have a fair shake and that I'm not the only one getting better. I'd like to see usual doormats rise up.

This year, with Detroit, we are tying to find fits for several players. I'm trying to decide between trading my guys like SP Zimmermann, Ross, Moore for lower level guys, letting their contracts expire, or trading them for legit guys.

I've already let two opportunities go. The Phils needed a LHSP but instead of sending them Matt Moore who is 27-72-B and getting a lot of ridiculous offers for someone who is not exactly killing it, I sent them Alex Wood from the Reds, to help them get better. Rather then send the Twins a LHSP like Wood I sent them Bret Anderson from Oakland, a team that needs to get better. I'm trying to be fair.

However, the fact is that there aren't many top LHSP available so Moore is going to be in higher demand. If I decide to deal him I'll make sure it isn't a ridiculous deal.

I am going to look into deals for CP Greene, SP Fulmer, Utility Josh Harrison and OF Castellanos
Category: Tigers
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Posted on July 17, 2019 at 10:12 PM.
In late June of 2018 (2019) we are out of it. It is time to start thinking of the players to deal.

STL gets LHSP Chen
MIA gets LF Arozarena + RP Leone

BOS gets 1B Cabrera
DET gets LHSP Darwinzon Hernandez + RP Durbin Feltman

BOS 72-37 1st by 2.5gm NEED: 3B
or Harrison: CF Brennan + RP Durbin
UPON FURTHER REVIEW: Boston has Devers at 1B, he will be sent down and they will go after a 1B.
traded with AZ for 2 RP (1rp, 1LP)

NYY: 68-38 2.5 gb lead WC by 10gm

MIN: 59-48 1st 5gm Have 5 players on 60 DL, 2 OFS NEED: SP (LHSP), LHRP, C
for Theibar: CP Ames
FOR Hardy: RF English
FOR ZIM: RP Weiss or SP Jong+English or 1B Raley+SS Hamilton

CLE: 53-52 2nd 5 gb WC 3rd, 5gb NEED: RP, C, OF

HOU: 73-35 1st by 13gm NEED: LHSP, LHRP (none)
for Thielbar: SP Bostick + RP Ferell
For Hardy: RP Ferrell +1B Jones

LAA: 59-48 2nd WC by 5 gm, 10 gb Ohtani out 3 months NEED: 5th SP, LHRP
For Thielbar: 1B Walsh or LF Foster

ATL: 60-45 1st 0.5gm NEED: pen? CP? Ace?
for Hardy: RF Curcio

WAS: 60-46 2nd 0.5gm WC, tied for 1st with CHC NEED: C, 1B, power bat OF

PHI: 57-50 3rd 4gb, WC 3.5gb NEED:C, LHRP

STL: 64-42 1st 2gm NEED:

CHC: 62-44 2gb, WC lead NEED: bats, Heyward + Bryant out 54, 58 days

MIL: 61-48 4.5gb, WC 0.5 NEED: RP Hader, Claudio, Albers out at least 2 months
for Greene: RP Supak+ 2B Hager

SFG: 63-45 1st 3.5gm NEED: 5th SP
for ZIM: RP Jerez + SS Howard or CF Johnson + 2B Maris + 1B Marte

LAD: 59-48 3.5 WC 1.5 NEED: RP Baez, Stripling OFS
FOR Greene: SP May 20-62-B

Matt Moore

SP Fulmer 25-85-A - He is 7-7, 2.08 and has been fantastic, his 3 more years of arbitration is very attractive. There is no top landing spot for him right now. The Braves could pull off a deal but they don't NEED him. I could add players and throw in a LHRP like Hardy as well.
The TWINS need a SP.

NYY: 41-27 2nd, 5.5 gb, lead WC by 2.5 gm
RF Palma 21-72-A
RP Holder 24-71-B
SP Nestor Cortes 23-60-C

TB: 35-33 3rd, 11.5 gb 3.5gb of 2nd WC
SP Honeywell 22-66-A
1B McKay 21-65-A
3B Arroyo 22-61-A

MIN: 38-29 tied for 1st/tied for 2nd WC with CLE
2B Royce Lewis 18-66-A
SS Gordon 21-66-B
CF Baddoo 19-63-B
SP Gonsalves 23-71-A
SS Javier 19-57-B

HOU: 48-23 10 game lead in DIV
SP Martes 22-73-A
LF Fisher 24-62-A
SS Nova 18-63-B

PHI: 40-30 1st by 0.5gm
RF Williams 24-67-A
CF Moniak 19-65-A
SS Stott 20-64-A

COL: 35-34 3rd, 4.5gb WC 4gb
SP Freeland 24-71-A
1B McMahon 23-61-A
CF Tapia 24-69-B

Some of these are ridiculous, some could happen with at least one other piece from me.

SP Zimmermann 31-74-C 5-4 with a 3 ERA

SP Lakins 22-60-C
1B Castellanos 20-54-C

LF SMith 18-59-C
RP Stephan 22-59-B

LF Dorssys Paulino 22-61-C
SS Clement 23-60-C
RP Hillman 19-58-C
CP Hill 23-57-C
SP Mejia 22-60-C

C Rortvedt 21-58-C
SP Jhoan Duran 20-54-C

RP Jewell 24-66-C

3B Helder 21-56-C +
2B Lopes 22-63-C

SS De Leon 20-59-C
3B Davis 19-54-C

CF Ramirez 18-56-C
SP Abreu 21-60-C
CF McKenna 21-59-C

LF Taylor 23-63-C
RF Agustin 20-56-C

LF Pullin 23-66-C
SS Gomez 20-61-C

RP Rosario 23-55-B
1B Pereda 22-57-C

RP Elledge 21-58-B
CF Tomas 22-62-C
SP Woodford 20-59-C

LF Robinson 18-55-C
RF Grier 21-60-C

SS Vavra 21-57-C
1B Hundley 20-61-C
RP Brenner 22-65-C


RP Castillo 24-60-C


SP Ball 22-58-C
1B castellanos 20-54-C

2B Wendell Rijo 22-62-C
LF SMith 18-59-C
SP Nelson 22-60-C
RF Pereira 18-53-C

3B Padlo 20-60-C
SP Mercado 18-58-C
RP Poche 24-63-C
2B Wong 22-62-C
SP Harris 22-57-C
RP McWilliams 23-61-C

LF Papi 24-63-C
LF Paulino 22-61-C
Rp AIken 20-57-C
SS Clement 23-60-C
Rf Marabell 23-60-C
RP Hillman 19-58-C

CF Celestino 18-58-C


DET Fulmer 25-85-A 7-7, 2.08 112 K 151 IP

DET Zimmermann 31-74-C 7-6, 3.13 66 K 126 IP

OAK Estrada 34-79-B 10-6, 2.82 88 K 131 IP

OAK Anderson LH 30-75-C 6-6, 2.91 74 K 117 IP - dealt to MIN

SEA King Felix 31-82-B 8-7, 2.84 85 K 129 IP

SEA Leake 30-80-B 13-6, 2.77 78 K 143 IP

MIA Chen 32-80-C 5-7, 2.59 80 K 125 IP

NYM Santana 35-73-B 8-10, 3.97 75 K 129 IP

PIT Archer 29-85-B 6-7, 3.80 140 K 125 IP

SD Richards 29-83-B 7-6, 2.76 98 K 127 IP

BAL Cobb 30-75-C 7-4, 2.38 56 K 94 IP

TOR Shoemaker 31-74-C 6-8, 2.49 80 K 123 IP

OAK Hendriks 29-87-B 2.20 30 K 32 IP

OAK Petit 33-80-B 6-5, 3.62 67k 77 IP

MIA Romo 35-72-B 4.73 55k 51 ip

SDP Warren 30-79-C 1.89 24k 33ip

BAL Givens 27-83-C 3.26 30k 30ip 31 SV

TB Roe 31-68-C 3.15 64k 65ip

TOR Law 27-81-B 1.08 32k 33ip

TOR Tepera 30-79-C 2.18 62k 70ip

CHW Jones 32-78-B 3.75 56k 57ip

CHW Minaya 27-75-B 3.21 71k 74ip

DET Hardy 31-68-D 3.72 30 K 36 IP

BAL Gilmartin 27-82-C 0.73 22k 24ip

Bleier 30-72-C 3.81 12k 26ip

OAK Buchter 31-83-B 3.02 55k 47 IP

NYM WIlson 30-75-B 2.70 28k 26ip

PIT Liriano 34-74-C 3.92 66k 66 ip

PIT Lyons 30-73-C 3.09 69k 70ip

ARZ Hirano 34-74-B 2.40 59 k 63 ip

ARZ Chafin 27-80-C 2.83 43k 41ip

DET Greene 29-78-C 2.57 43k 35ip 22SV

BAL Givens ^^^

CHW Colome 29-85^-B 4.12 35k 39ip 31 SV

TB Pagan 26-82^-B^ 1.44 36k 31 ip 29 SV

TOR Giles 27-82-B 3.05 56k 38ip

OAK Hendricks 29-87-B 2.20 30k 32ip 28 SV

TEX Leclerc 24-80^-B 6.10 40k 31ip

SEA Strickland 29-81^-B^ 4.23 23k 27ip 24 SV

KC Kiekman 4.91 46k 33ip 23 SV

OAK Rupp 29-72-C .271 13hr 42 rbi 53fld 65 arm

CHW Castillo 30-83-B .273 6hr 40 rbi

OAK Hundley 34-75-C .252 61 fld 70 arm

NYM Ramos 30-81-B .305 9 hr

BAL Sucre 29-66-D .296

DET Cabrera 34-80-A .258 11hr 43 rbi

CHW Abreu 31-85-B .282 24 hr 64 rbi

SEA Seager 30-83-B .309 25 hr 84 rbi

KC Duda 32-79-C .231 18hr 55 rbi OF

MIA ALvarez 31-73-C .251 7 hr

CIN Votto 34-89-A .304 17 hr 50 rbi

SD Hosmer 28-87-A .273 15 hr 64 rbi

TOR Smoak 31-80-B .260 15 hr 49 rbi

DET Harrison 30-78-C .289 33 rbi

SEA Gordon 29-80-B .308 49 rbi 37 sb

SEA Seager 30-83-B .309 25 hr 84 rbi

TEX Cabrera 32-79-C .246 11 hr 37 rbi 61 fld 71 arm

MIA Prado 34-80-B .291 5 hr 46 rbi

MIA Solarte 30-77-C .275 6hr 41 rbi ALL POS

NYM Frazier 32-79-C .290 16 hr 50 rbi 1B

CIN Gennett 27-81-B .274 18 hr 50 rbi

SDP Kinsler 35-77-A .265 13 hr 49 rbi 80 fld

TB Duffy 27-75-B .304 12hr 40 rbi

TOR Galvis 28-80-C .232 12hr 38 rbi 75 fld 75 arm

DET Castellanos 26-79-B .258 16 hr 56 rbi

KC Merrifield 29-80-B .266 12 hr 60 rbi 2B

KC Hamilton 27-86-B .275 26 rbi 85 fld 85 arm 98 spd

OAK Davis 30--83-C .263 19 hr 50 rbi

MIA Granderson 37-64-B .243 14hr 43 rbi

NYM Cespedes 32-93-A .292 12 hr 42 rbi

NYM Kemp 3-78-C .252 16 hr 38 rbi

NYM Blanco 34-71-C .291

CIN Puig 27-78-B .232 18 hr 52 rbi

CIN Schebler 27-73-C .275 15 hr 51 rbi

PIT Cabrera 33-73-C .272 6 hr 34 rbi

ARZ Peralta 30-78-C .295 12 hr 46 rbi

BAL Trumbo 32-70-D .249 18 hr 53 rbi

CHW Orlando 32-72-C .291
Category: Tigers
Posted on July 17, 2019 at 01:50 PM.
The Draft is tomorrow and here are our big board for the 1st pick:

RF Ramon Valdez 18-65-80-2020 a RH bat with potential 70 power and 55/65 contact. An 80 fielder with 80 arm strength and well above average speed and stealing.

SP Angel Trevino 21-65-80-2020 Not a big strikeout guy but decent control and more of a changeup and slider guy. 80 stamina.

RP Alberto Dorta 18-60-80-2021 70 velo and 80 control, H/9 and break.

LHCP Miguel Cortes LH 18-65-80-2019 45 stamina is high for a CP but being LH he would likely be a set up guy for us. 80 K, H, HR, Break

LHCP Charles Sasaki 22-65-80-2020 75 veolo but 80 H, K, Break, HR 70 control

SP Henry Catnik 18-60-80-2021 80 stamina 70 velo, 65 control

LF Hans McRae 19-80-80-2019 80 contact and power, vision 75 discipline,speed. 20% accurate

CF Rodney Bartley 18-70-80-2019 25% accuracy. 70 hitter across the board 80 arm and glove

SS Pedro Cedeno 21-70-80-2019 40% accuracy 65 contact, 80 pwr, fld

1st Round:
We took Valdez and he is 69-93-A but unfortunately it's mostly defense and speed now. He is a 58-62 power right now. We considered Cotes but he ended up with Texas.

Best Pick: CHW SP Henry Catnik 18-63-98 he is
Worst Pick: MIL 2B George Mortero 20-60-72-C he would be a D if it wasn't for speed.

2nd ROUND:
SP Roger Molina 18-56-74-C A solid LH with high velo but low durability.

Best pick: MIN C Joe Smallwood 18-68-96-A If he gives anything with the bat it'll be a plus, he is a stud defensive C.
Worst Pick: CIN C Terrence Harms 22-55-78 no offense to speak of.

3rd Round:
RF Willy Sanchez 19-64-72-C a 71-74 contact with 77 durability and vision, 81 speed

Best Pick: MIN 2B/OF Tyler Howe 19-68-87-B 75 contact with 81 durability and 71 clutch
Worst Pick: MIL SP Brock Harp 22-58-74 No good attributes but stamina.

4th Round:
RP Fernandp Urbina 19-63-76-C his arm isn't going to wow anyone but he misses a ton of bats.

Best Pick:MIA LHSP Tyrell Brazell 19-65-88 could be the steal of the draft
Worst Pick: KC C Jermaine Cookston 22-57-70-C no offense

5th Round:
1B Eric Busby 22-62-73 a LH bat wo can play LF as a great eye and is 71-59 contact. Probably a DH eventually but could be a sleeper.

BEST PICK: CIN LF Hans McRae 19-73-77-C just a good hitter
WORST PICK: NYM C Sammy Miller 18-49-D bad.

6th Round:
Category: Tigers

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