12/3/2013 | Tigers reportedly have two-year deal with Nathan
Hours after the Tigers freed up more money on their payroll and promised they weren't done dealing, they went about spending some of it on a closer. The reigning American League Central champions have reportedly reached agreement on a two-year deal to bring closer Joe Nathan back into the division.
12/3/2013 | Tigers anticipate keeping busy at Winter Meetings
The Tigers have already traded Prince Fielder and Doug Fister and are poised to add top free-agent closer Joe Nathan, but their offseason work is far from finished as club brass prepares for next week's Winter Meetings.
12/2/2013 | Tigers look to future, deal Fister to Nationals
The Tigers are no longer a team with six starting pitchers for five spots. They pulled off their second major trade in two weeks Monday night, sending Doug Fister to the Nationals for lefty reliever Ian Krol, infielder/outfielder Steve Lombardozzi and lefty starting prospect Robbie Ray.
12/2/2013 | Tigers retain Kelly with $1M deal before deadline
On the last day for Major League teams to cut ties with arbitration-eligible players by not offering a contract, the Tigers avoided that fate with Don Kelly by signing the super utility man to a one-year, $1 million contract for next season.
12/1/2013 | Tigers can secure key contributors at tender deadline
Detroit has eight remaining arbitration-eligible players, who could collectively raise the team's payroll by close to $15 million based on arbitration projections from MLBTradeRumors.com.
12/1/2013 | Tigers one move from being favorite heading into '14
The Tigers might be one more bold move away from being baseball's best team in 2014, and who would bet again Dave Dombrowski making it? Here's guessing that trading Prince Fielder was the first of two deals the Tigers' general manager has in mind.