DSL Tigers' Acosta, DSL Rockies' Ugarte suspended
Pair will sit 56 games in '24 once Dominican Summer season begins
A pair of Dominican Summer Leaguers will miss time in 2024 after testing positive for banned drugs.
The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced Friday that two Minor League players -- Tigers pitcher Luis Acosta and Rockies infielder Ronny Ugarte -- have been suspended following their violations of the
Forget last year: Erie wins its first EL crown
Hurter, Holton help SeaWolves cap their perfect postseason run
Last season was bittersweet for Detroit's Double-A affiliate. The Erie SeaWolves made it to the Eastern League Championship Series, but were no-hit in a winner-take-all Game 3 15-0 loss to the Somerset Patriots.
This season was a completely different story. Erie won all four of its playoff games, capping the
Jobe puts six zeros on board in SeaWolves debut
Tigers' top pitching prospect scatters four hits and strikes out six
Facing Double-A hitters for the first time, Jackson Jobe put together arguably the best start of his pro career so far.
The Tigers’ top pitching prospect scattered four hits over six scoreless innings, fanning six without issuing a walk in Erie's 1-0 loss to Richmond on Sunday at UPMC Park.
Lakeland clinches '23 playoff spot, will face Clearwater
Flying Tigers will take on Clearwater Threshers on Tuesday, Sept. 12
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Erie's Jung doubles up on dingers in two straight
Tigers' No. 4 prospect racks up fifth multihomer game of season
It's safe to say Jace Jung is in the zone.
MLB's No. 68 overall prospect launched two homers for the second straight game for Double-A Erie during Wednesday's 5-4 loss in 10 innings to Somerset at TD Bank Ballpark.
Jung plated three runs a night after setting a career high
Road to The Show™: Prospects' postseason push
Holliday, Salas among biggest names impacting playoff picture
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
While many clubs are battling for the final postseason spots, others have already booked their playoff tickets with
SeaWolves honor local food in alternate identity
Tigers affiliate plays as Pepperoni Balls on "Erie-est Weekend"
What’s your favorite ballpark snack? A hot dog? Pizza? A helmet full of nachos? Well, Detroit's Double-A affiliate has a savory treat that may have them all beat -- pepperoni balls.
While that might sound like something found on a charcuterie board, that’s hardly the extent of the Erie delicacy.
The Road to The Show™: Tigers’ Keith
No. 26 overall prospect among the Minors’ fastest-risers in '23
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at Tigers second-ranked prospect Colt Keith. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
After destroying Eastern League pitching during the first half
The best of the Tigers' Minor League ballparks
Explore Detroit's farm system through four full-season stadiums
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Well, this is new: Clark wallops his first walk-off HR
No. 3 overall pick quickly finding groove as he starts Tigers' career
For all of the accolades that Max Clark accumulated throughout a storied high school career that featured three Gatorade Indiana Player of the Year honors, one national Gatorade Player of the Year honor and a gold medal with Team USA on the 18U squad, he needed to wait until his
Dam Breakers, Shantymen get back to nature
West Michigan, Wisconsin lean into fan appreciation for outdoors
Teams in the Midwest League share one thing beyond geography -- fan bases with a passion for the outdoors.
Two such High-A clubs showed off their natural sides with alternate identities on July 29, as the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers became the Lake Winnebago Shantymen and the West Michigan Whitecaps played
Jace Jung's bat acclimating quickly to Erie
MLB's No. 57 prospect homers twice in sixth Double-A game
Jace Jung is making this Double-A thing look easy.
The Tigers’ No. 2 prospect has only been at the level less than a week, but he’s been flexing his power ever since arriving at Detroit’s Double-A affiliate Erie on July 25. The latest example came Sunday, when Jung belted two
Jung making good first impression with Erie
No. 2 Tigers prospect dials long distance for first Double-A homer
A bigger stage didn't seem to bother Jace Jung.
The No. 2 Tigers prospect put up his first Double-A home run in just his fourth game for Erie, which fell to Akron 5-3 at UPMC Park on Friday.
The whack came on an 0-1 count with a runner on, when
Erie's Gania calls no-no dotted by familiar faces
Longtime broadcaster celebrates, touches base with ex-SeaWolves
Longtime Double-A Erie SeaWolves broadcaster Greg Gania stepped into the radio broadcast booth for the Tigers last week and ended up calling a no-hitter.
Filling in for Detroit radio play-by-play announcer Dan Dickerson, Gania's first time covering an entire big league series wound up including a momentous occasion, the first
Keith quickly gets first Triple-A HR out of the way
Top Tigers prospect reaches base five times in Mud Hens debut
Wherever Colt Keith goes, he mashes. And if anyone needed more proof of that, look no further than his first game with Triple-A Toledo.
Just two pitches into his first at-bat after being promoted from Double-A Erie, MLB’s No. 42 prospect clobbered a 425-foot homer to straightaway center. He went
SeaWolves' Keith comes to a four-gone conclusion
Second-ranked Tigers prospect goes deep in fourth straight game
Up until high school, Colt Keith was supposed to be a wrestler. His dad wrestled in college and Keith was well on his way to following in his father's footsteps.
If baseball was Keith’s second sport, it’s hard to imagine how dominant he must have been at wrestling.
With two more homers, there's no stopping Jung
Top Tigers prospect collects three XBH in same game for first time
If you looked up “ridiculous” in the dictionary, there’s a good chance that Jace Jung’s June numbers would be part of the definition.
To say the top Tigers prospect has been on a tear lately would be an understatement. In eight games this month, Jung is slashing .485/.526/.848 with more
History made: Keith does what nobody else has
Tigers prospect cycles, homers twice on 6-hit, 7-RBI night for Erie
Colt Keith put on an offensive performance for Double-A Erie on Tuesday that just might make someone look at the box score twice to make sure their eyes aren't playing tricks on them.
The No. 87 overall prospect per MLB Pipeline smacked two home runs in four innings, then he
The Road to The Show™: Tigers’ Flores
No. 85 overall prospect making a name for himself on the mound
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at third-ranked Tigers prospect Wilmer Flores. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
It seems like only a matter of time before
Whitecaps master calling at-bat, golf style
Broadcaster Hasty transports Whitecaps fans to Augusta on the air
While the Minor League season got fully underway this weekend, many in the sports world turned their attention to Georgia to watch golf’s finest compete in the Masters. West Michigan broadcasters Dan Hasty and Nate Wangler decided to bring a bit of the green to the baseball diamond.
Alvarez returning to manage Tigers' FCL affiliate in 2023
Luckert, Bredeson, Paniagua named to FCL Tigers' field staff
Mike Alvarez will return to manage the Tigers' rookie-level affiliate in 2023 after the organization finalized its Minor League coaching staffs.
Alvarez managed the Tigers' Florida Complex League squad to an 18-37 record in 2022 after serving as the team's skipper in 2021. He'll be joined in the dugout by
Tigers' Carpenter, Meadows reach new heights
Slugging outfielders help power Detroit's development machine
Each offseason, MiLB.com goes position by position across each organization and honors the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in each farm system. Next up in our 2022 Organization All-Stars series are the Detroit Tigers.
2022 Organization Summary
Triple-A Toledo: 87-63
The Road to The Show™: Tigers righty Jobe
No. 38 overall prospect flashes elite potential in first pro season
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at top Tigers prospect Jackson Jobe. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
There was a clear priority for Jackson Jobe coming
Field general: Rosoff goes from Army to Erie
West Point graduate balances careers in baseball, military
ERIE, Penn. -- When Double-A Erie catcher Jon Rosoff steps to the plate at UPMC Park, an Army running cadence song plays over the PA. This anomalous walk-up music, more evocative of boot camp than ballgame, encapsulates Rosoff's dual existence. Since signing with the Tigers organization in 2018, he's balanced