You know he's going to miss a start, and we don't want to take any chances with itTigers put Willis on the disabled list Apr 12, 2008
Nate has been a quality starter during his time with the TigersTigers sign Nate Robertson to 3-year deal Jan 16, 2008
We are pleased to have Kenny back in a Tigers uniform for the 2008 seasonKenny Rogers, 43, stays with Tigers Nov 30, 2007
Jason Johnson is a veteran starter we were looking to sign this winterDetroit Tigers sign Jason Johnson Dec 30, 2003
Our goal is to create an exciting environment that gives the hitter an opportunity to hit the long ballTigers to shorten left-centerfield fence Dec 05, 2002
David Dombrowski (born July 27, 1956) is the current president, CEO, and general manager of the Detroit Tigers of Major League Baseball.
Dombrowski began his career with the Chicago White Sox in 1978, as an administrative assistant in their minor league organization. He moved up the ladder to assistant general manager to Hemond by his late 20s, but was purged during Ken Harrelson's one-year reign in 1986 as the White Sox front-office boss.
Dombrowski joined the Montreal Expos front office as director of player development for the 1987 season under Bill Stoneman, and on July 5, 1988, he became, at age 31, Montreal's general manager—the youngest in MLB at the time.