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Detroit Tigers 2022 Season in Review

This was a year for rebuilding. The Tigers found themselves with a final record of 66-96, which was 26 games behind the division-leading Cleveland Guardians. They finished just one game ahead of the Royals, and twelve games behind the Minnesota Twins

Manager A.J. Hinch will lead the team in 2023. Top players for the season included Javier Baez, Eric Haase, Riley Greene, Willi Castro, Tarik Skubal, and Jose Cisnero. Baez played in 144 games in 2022, with 555 at-bats. He had 132 hits and 67 RBIs. His batting average was .238 with 17 home runs for the year. Haase played in 110 games, with 322 at-bats. He hit 14 home runs and finished the year with a .254 batting average. Greene played in 93 games with 376 at-bats. He batted .253 for the season, with 95 hits and five home runs. Castro played in 112 games, with 365 at-bats. He had 88 hits, eight home runs, and 15 walks. Skubal had a WAR of 1.2, with seven wins, eight losses, and an ERA of 3.52. Jose Cisnero finished the season with a WAR of 0.9, a single win, and an ERA of 1.08. He pitched in 28 games in 2022. 

Tigers 2021 Season Recap

In 2021, the Detroit Tigers final record was 77-85, putting them in third place in the American League Central division, above the Royals and Minnesota Twins. The team took no time off to ponder about their position, hiring Ryan Sienko as catching coordinator. The team is also making major changes to its development staff. Detroit hopes to have solid output from Robbie Grossman again in 2022. The Tigers brought in a new pitching coach and director of pitching development. This team may still be in rebuild mode, but they are moving in the right direction.  

2019 Tigers Review

The Detroit Tigers won 47 games in 2019, giving them room for growth. As they are in the early stages of a rebuild, the Tigers made just a few moves this offseason to improve the team and decide to hold back for future opportunities In December, they added catcher Austin Romine, second baseman Jonathan Schoop, and first baseman C.J. Cron on one-year contracts. They also added right-handed pitcher Zach Godley via a minor league contract. In January they settled arbitration with right-handed pitcher Michael Fulmer, left-handed pitcher Matthew Boyd, right-handed pitcher Buck Farmer, outfielder JaCoby Jones, and left-handed pitcher Daniel Norris. They also added right-handed pitcher Ivan Nova on a one-year contract and traded left-handed pitcher Matt Hall for catcher Jhon Nunez.

They also added right-handed pitcher Alex Wilson and Infielder Jordy Mercer on minor league contracts. The Tigers plan to sit back and let these young players develop. For example, their prized prospect, right-handed pitcher Casey Mize, is expected to make his major league debut later this season. Mize is considered to be the best right-handed pitching prospect in baseball. In addition, they do hold the top draft choice this June, which they are expected to use on Vanderbilt shortstop Austin Martin. The franchise is in the early stages of a long rebuild, and in baseball, rebuilds can take years. However, they can also be fun to watch.

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