Victor Martinez

Detroit Tigers #41 - Designated Hitter

  • Born: 12/23/78
  • Age: 42
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 210
  • Bats/Throws: S/R

Detroit Tigers resign second baseman Jonathan Schoop


Detroit’s second baseman from last season returns for one year at $4.5 million.

Dick Allen makes the South Side Sox White Sox Hall of Fame!

The slugger was honored with a near-unanimous ballot

Second Annual South Side Sox Veterans Committee Hall of Fame Election: Final Vote


Choose up to four worthy players for enshrinement in our SSS Hall!

Vote in the second annual South Side Sox Veterans Committee Hall of Fame election!


This polling pares the ballot down from 30 players to 10

Let’s examine the Dombrowski moves: Detroit edition


He’s been polarizing, but let’s take a deeper look at what he’s done and why he’s done it

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.

Why can’t the Indians develop position players?

Aside from lucking out with Lindor and Ramírez, the team has an atrocious record

Game 23 Preview: Spencer Turnbull needs some run support to break this losing streak


The Tiger bats need to find a way to support their horse as they try to avoid a four-game sweep.

An Alternate History of the Yankees: the 1990s


Using the game Out of the Park Baseball 21, we’ve been going back through time and rewriting Yankees and baseball history. Let’s see what happens next as we begin the 1980s.

This Day in Yankees History: Reggie Jackson hits 400th home run


On this day in history, Reggie Jackson hits his 400th home run, Al Downing throws an immaculate inning, and Mariano Rivera blows rare save in third consecutive game in history-filled game.

Today in Jays History: Jays win in 19 innings


6 Years ago today The Jays and Tigers played for 19 innings. The game was 6 hours and 37 minutes long. A record in innings and time. We would lose a 19 inning game in 2016. The final was Tigers 5 B...

What if the Red Sox traded for Roy Halladay in 2009?


The Red Sox’s run from 2009-2013 would have looked quite different with Halladay on the roster.