The Detroit Tigers have announced the official dates for spring training today. If you live in Michigan, that should have provided perhaps a bit of warmth to your day with temperatures being in certain parts of the state, near zero.
Pitchers and catchers’ first workout will be February 17 and the first full-squad workout is scheduled for February 22.
For Detroit, here is how the spring training mini-camp roster will look like including Greg Garcia who signed for a minor league deal as first reported by Jon Heyman. The utility left-handed infielder will get an invite to spring training.
LHP: Tyler Alexander, Matthew Boyd, Ian Krol* Derek Holland* Daniel Norris, Gregory Soto, Joey Wentz, Tarik Skubal, Miguel Del Pozo, Robbie Ross
RHP: Beau Burrows, Jose Cisnero, Buck Farmer, Michael Fulmer, Kyle Funkhouser, Bryan Garcia, Rony Garcia, Zach Hess, Joe Jimenez, Alex Lange, Matt Manning, Casey Mize, Gerson Moreno, Franklin Perez, Erasmo Ramirez, Spencer Turnbull, Jose Urena, Drew Carlton, Nolan Blackwood, Ethan DeCaster, Jason Foley, Wladimir Pinto, David McKay, Andrew Moore, Logan Shore,
Dillion Dingler*, Dustin Garneau*, Grayson Greiner, Eric Hasse* Wilson Ramos, Jake Rogers
Miguel Cabrera, Jeimer Candelario, Harold Castro, Willi Castro, Niko Goodrum, Issac Paredes, Spencer Torkelson, Jonathan Schoop, Zack Short, Kody Clemens*, Daniel Pinero* Aderlin Rodriguez*
Daz Cameron, Akil Baddoo, Riley Greene*, Jacob Robson*, Robbie Grossman, JaCoby Jones, Derek Hill, Victor Reyes, Christin Stewart, Danny Woodrow*
The * means they are a non-roster invitee.
Over the next few weeks, we will be analyzing the position battles for the various spots on the team, and one last item to mention, the Tigers announced they are selling tickets for spring training in limited attendance.
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