From telling team numbers to surprising player stats, we find what you might have missed about your favorite squad.
The World Series champs could lose their heart and soul when free agency resumes. Will they? We break down Freddie Freeman's potential suitors.
MLB's first labor proposal since locking out players Dec. 2 did little to encourage players and heightened the likelihood of spring training being postponed, sources told ESPN on Thursday.
This year's historic crop of free-agent shortstops is down to a pair. Is either likely to land on your favorite team?
Detroit Tigers first-base coach Kimera Bartee, who coached in the majors for five seasons after a six-year playing career, has died at the age of 49, the team announced.
With the hot stove on hold, we take a look at whose 2022 pennant hopes have risen -- and fallen -- the most so far this winter.
Will Yanks land a shortstop? Who's on first for the world champs? How contenders should fill their biggest holes
When the lockout ends, some of MLB's top clubs will need to scramble. Here's our advice.
With the lockout looming, teams were looking to lock down big-name free agents. On Nov. 28 and 29, they did so in dramatic -- and expensive -- fashion.
Javier Baez, who celebrated his 29th birthday by signing a $140 million, six-year deal to play shortstop for the Tigers, said the prime attractions were playing with Miguel Cabrera and being part of a team possibly on the cusp of rising from far back.
Baez makes the rebuilding Tigers a lot better -- and more exciting. But Carlos Correa might have been the better fit.
The Detroit Tigers agreed to a deal with free-agent shortstop Javier Baez for six years, $140 million, a source told ESPN.
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The Detroit Tigers and free agent infielder Javier Baez are close to a 7-year, $140 million deal, a source tells ESPN's Buster Olney.
Here's what every MLB team should do this winter -- and they would if we were running things.
The Detroit Tigers added infielder Kody Clemens, the youngest son of seven-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens, to their 40-man roster on Friday.
Detroit got a jump-start on the winter signings, landing lefty Eduardo Rodriguez. We break down the deal.
In a free-agent field filled with future Hall of Famers, Detroit added one of the most undervalued pitchers available this winter.
Former Boston Red Sox left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez and the Detroit Tigers are in agreement on a five-year deal worth $77 million, sources confirmed to ESPN.
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Left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez and the Detroit Tigers are in agreement on a five-year deal with between $77 million and $80 million, sources tell ESPN.
Scherzer to St. Louis? Stroman to Mets AND Yankees? Where MLB's top 25 free agents would land if money didn't matter
We imagine a world in which free agents picked a team not for the paycheck, but for their own happiness -- and for the good of the game.
Remember what we said about your team going into the season? It's time to see what worked out, what didn't -- and what it means for 2022.
Which shortstop could get $300 million? Rankings and contract projections for top 50 MLB free agents
There's a lot of talent available in MLB free agency this offseason. How do the biggest stars stack up, and what can they expect to make?
Trevor Bauer, Nolan Arenado and Charlie Blackmon were among players to decline to opt out of their contracts, while Michael Conforto and Noah Syndergaard received qualifying offers from the Mets.
The 2021 champions have just been crowned -- but we're already thinking ahead to next year.
A day after the MLB season ended, the Cincinnati Reds took a turn toward spring training, trading veteran Gold Glove catcher Tucker Barnhart, 31, to the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday in exchange for infield prospect Nick Quintana.
What's in store this postseason? Who has locked up awards voting? And which non-playoff team is best set up for 2022? Jeff Passan answers 20 burning questions for October and beyond.