Spencer Turnbull

Detroit Tigers #56 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 09/18/92
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 230
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Wednesday Rockpile: A new baseball will be used in 2021; will this matter in Coors Field?


Colorado Rockies news and links for Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Monday Tigers News: It’s February


A look at an alternative schedule proposal and how Tigers like Matt Manning, Casey Mize, and Spencer Turnbull are preparing for camp.

Spencer Turnbull and seam-shifted wake


Statcast’s new spin direction leaderboard sheds some light on Turnbull’s distinctive pair of fastballs.

Jake Cronenworth is a trade candidate who would fill a real need in Detroit


The Padres made their young infielder expendable by signing Kim Ha-seong. The Tigers should capitalize on their excess.

Monday Tigers News: It’s not nothing


We have a handful of minor league signings, some pitching evaluations and another opinion on the A.J. Hinch signing

Milwaukee Brewers Year in Review: Longest Home Runs


What better way to close out 2020 than to watch some dingers?

2020 Player Review: Tyler Alexander was a pleasant surprise


The left-handed farmhand proved to be a valuable piece of the Tigers’ 2020 pitching staff.

Rick Porcello could fit the Tigers eye in free agency


Kid Rick is gone, but Man Rick might be a target the Tigers pursue this offseason.

Garrett Richards is the epitome of a risk-reward free agent


The Statcast darling has spent years in the wilderness with elbow trouble. Could the Tigers be the one to reap the rewards?

The Tigers should be in better financial shape than their peers


With less exposure to losses in 2020, the club should be on the right side of a buyer’s market for talent.

2020 Player Review: Spencer Turnbull was the Tigers’ starting stud this summer


The Red Bull gave Detroit wings in the starting rotation this summer, emerging as the de facto ace.

Tigers trade target: The Rays are shopping Blake Snell


This feels pretty "cart before the horse" but since he’s apparently on the market, let’s take a quick look.