The 2020 Tigers are a paradox. The most glaring weakness of the major league roster also happens to be the farm system’s deepest asset — starting pitching. But is it worth it to call up potent pitching prospects like Casey Mize, Matt Manning, and Tarik Skubal as reinforcements in a meaningless season or should they keep their powder dry? Would rushing them to the front too soon jeopardize their development or be the obvious solution to the club’s biggest problem?
Our thoughts entering a Crosstown Series that feels much stranger than expected | Renteria is now clearly costing the Sox wins | Cubs offensive production is offensive (and chronic) | A sad, but fond farewell to Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire | Giants playoff hopes in the balance | We name our All-A*Holes Team from the best players from our 4 clubs | Ozzie Guillen should be managing in MLB | Shit We Couldn’t Make Up: 2020 has been full of statical anomalies and bizarre fan behavior | Asshole of the Week: Angel Hernandez (again)