Morning Phil Up – 2/2/2014 – American League Roundup
By Emily Gruver
Oct 16, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Doug Fister (58) throws against the Boston Red Sox in game four of the American League Championship Series baseball game at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
Motor City Bengals – Did Ian Kinsler essentially choose the Detroit Tigers?
Matt Pelc of Motor City Bengals discusses the possibility Kinsler chose to get traded to and play for the Tigers.
Kings of Kauffman – Designating Emilio Bonifacio for Assignment Makes No Sense
David Hill of Kings of Kauffman explains why designating Bonifacio for assignment makes no sense and how he brings a lot to the team.
Bosox Injection – Ranking the AL East Position by Position: First Base
Conor Duffy of Bosox Injection breaks down and ranks the top five first basemen in the AL East.
Yanks Go Yard – Joe Girardi: Tactical Manager
Brendan Fitzgerald of Yanks Go Yards takes an in-depth look into Girardi and what he brings to the Yankees.
Outside Pitch MLB – Nationals, Doug Fister Avoid Arbitration
Andrew Vigliotti of Outside Pitch MLB breaks down and gives you all the latest on the Doug Fister deal.
MLB Daily Dish – Tigers avoid arbitration with Alex Avila
Tyler Drenon of MLB Daily Dish breaks down the Alex Avila deal with the Tigers.
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