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NICK CASTELLANOS RUMORS

Fulmer wins MLB debut, Tigers top Twins 9-2

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Michael Fulmer allowed two earned runs in five innings to win his major league debut and the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 9-2 Friday night. Victor Martinez homered among his four hits, and Miguel Cabrera and Nick Castellanos also went deep for the Tigers, who had a season-high 18 hits. Considered Detroit's top pitching prospect, Fulmer (1-0) allowed...
Via Associated Press
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Tigers' bats back Fulmer, who wins solid debut

No. 1 Tigers prospect Michael Fulmer tossed five solid innings to pick up the win in his Major League debut, and was backed by homers from Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Nick Castellanos in a 9-2 victory over the Twins on Friday night at Target Field.
Via Tigers.com
1 hour ago

Hughes, bullpen can't corral Tigers in loss

No. 1 Tigers prospect Michael Fulmer tossed five solid innings to pick up the win in his Major League debut, and was backed by homers from Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Nick Castellanos in a 9-2 victory over the Twins on Friday night at Target Field.
Via Twins.com
1 hour ago

Tigers make slight tweak to infield shifts

The sight of Nick Castellanos running over from third base into short right field has become a trademark sight of the Tigers' defensive infield shifts under manager Brad Ausmus.
Via Tigers.com
1 day ago

A Nick Castellanos breakout will be a dish served cold

We know he can get hot, but moderating his lows will determine Castellanos' future as a Tiger. In 2014, Detroit Tigers fans got their first look at a rare sight: a well-regarded young prospect whose calling card was a bat. While Nick Castellanos' play at third base was unnerving, he held his own at the plate as a rookie. Unfortunately, another year into his major league career, he...
Via Bless You Boys
8 days ago

Detroit Tigers: Nick Castellanos off to a hot start

The Detroit Tigers are off to a hot start this season as the club currently boasts a 6-2 record. Nick Castellanos has been a huge part of the Tigers’ early success. Castellanos has been the third best hitter on the team so far this season behind J.D. Martinez and Ian Kinsler. Castellanos currently has a .333 batting average, seven runs batted in, six runs scored, and two home runs...
Via isportsweb.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss

The wait for Nick Castellanos will soon be over

Young Tiger Nick Castellanos has two seasons under his belt and hasn’t yet turned 24. He’s shown flashes of the talent he was supposed to have as a top prospect, but he’s on the wrong side of the leaderboards so far. The second half had some good news for him, particularly when it came to his plate discipline, but it’s fair to wonder how important he will be for Detroit...
Via Fangraphs
November 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers trade rumors: a philosophical debate

So far, the Detroit Tigers have yet to pull the trigger on an apparently inevitable trade deadline move to shore up their bullpen. They have inquired on guys such as Joakim Soria, Joaquin Benoit, Neal Cotts, Jonathan Papelbon, Antonio Bastardo, and surely many others that we don’t know about. If you’re following things closely then chances are you sit on one side of the fence...
Via isportsweb.com
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

What will the Tigers get out of Nick Castellanos?

DETROIT -- What will the Detroit Tigers get out of third baseman Nick Castellanos this year? The highly-touted rookie has been given a starting role, and will be the most-watched player on the field in the first days and weeks of the season. "He's a big key for us," said Detroit Tigers Hall of Famer Al Kaline, now a special assistant to general manager Dave Dombrowski. "Without putting...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers rumors: left field edition

With seemingly infinite possibilities facing the Detroit Tigers and their roster remodeling project following the Prince Fielder trade, left field is sure to get some attention. If the Tigers make a move here, expect it to be for a left-handed hitter, and likely one with some pop in his bat. The Tigers have three options: Go in-house with Andy Dirks/Nick Castellanos Sign a free...
Via isportsweb.com
November 25, 2013  |  Discuss
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