Todd Jones

Detroit Tigers #59 - Pitcher

  • Born: 04/24/68
  • Age: 46
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 230

A brief history of Detroit's closers


Has the end of the game always been this stressful for the Tigers? Can their history of closers point to a solution?

When do prospects break out?


By what age should you expect a prospect to have broken out? Is it too late for Justin Smoak, or your favorite missed prospect?

Marlins Browsing Minor Leaguers in Wuertz, Webb

The Miami Marlins signed free agent reliever Michael Wuertz and are rumored to be among a number of teams looking at a potential Brandon Webb comeback. In that respect, the team is smartly digging...

76 Days Until Opening Day


Counting Down to Opening Day, We Are Counting Down The 100 Walkoff Homers in Angels History. The 76th Walk Off Home Run was a Scott Spiezio blast from behind that denied Jeff Weaver a win after 8...

Who should be the Tigers' closer?


Who should be the Tigers’ closer? We examine all the options in the Tiger bullpen in the wake of Jose Valverde's latest implosion.

Astros History: Todd Jones, All-Star Closer At No. 27


He may not have played with the Astros for long, but he made a pretty good draft pick at No. 27 in 1989.

Miami Marlins Top 50 of All-Time: 50. Todd Jones


To keep us entertained this offseason, let's take a look at the Top 50 players in Miami Marlins history. To start us off, here's #50 Todd Jones.

Game 109 Overflow #2 - Rangers at Tigers

What happened since the last thread: Alex Avila hit a solo home run to deep right-center, giving the Tigers a 3-1 lead. The Rangers got another run back on a Yorvit Torrealba RBI single. Avila’s...


How good is Jose Valverde?

This was a FanPost a couple days ago that I didn't promote at the time. But I want to make sure no one misses it. -- Kurt Jose Valverde is probably the single most interesting player on the Tigers...

This Day In Astros History: July 6, 1995


Shane Reynolds pulls off a feat, striking out 12 and walking just one in this extra-inning win over the Padres from 1995.


The Draft: A history of the 27th pick.

   The Reds select 27th in the 2011 MLB Draft June 6 and, of course, we all expect Cincinnati to come away with a superstar.   Yeah, good luck with that.    History suggests, taking away the last...

Remembering the Marlins of 2005


No, I am not going to mention how the team had taken over the lead in the Wild Card in mid-September and having their destiny in their hands, only later to have it slip away by many unfortunate...

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