Pitching may be one of the primary concerns at the Major League level, but down on the farm, there are several hurlers who have thrown together impressive first months. From minor league veterans, to recent draftees, to some of the youngest players in the system, the Tiger's system has seen some inspired efforts to start the new season.
May 10, 2005
Rob Henkel was acquired by the Tigers in an offseason trade for Mark Redman from the Florida Marlins. Since then, Henkel has displayed potential as one of the best pitchers in the organization, when he's been healthy. Unfortunately, Henkel has battled the injury bug the past few years. Rob took time out of his rehab process to talk with TigsTown.com's Senior Editor Paul Wezner about his rehab and status for the upcoming season.
January 20, 2005
When the Tigers shipped starter Mark Redman to the Florida Marlins, they received a trio of pitchers in return. Nate Robertson and Gary Knotts have met expectations, but the final piece (and some would argue the most important of the deal) hasn't been able to appear on the mound enough to be able to judge his future.
January 8, 2005