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Hi, I’m Ben Rosener
It’s been a year since I left Motor City Bengals, and I’ve missed writing about the Tigers on a consistent basis. And now I’m back. Writing about the Tigers consistently. Writing the kinds of pieces you want to read. Writing the pieces that will help you get through this rebuild.
Because after such a prolonged period of excellence, a period that despite a lack of World Series wins featured at least four Hall of Fame players (Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera, Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez and Max Scherzer), a Hall of Fame manager (Jim Leyland) and two pennants, it’s been tough sledding lately.
You know that. You get it. As a Tigers fan, you understand the scope of things. Rebuilds are long and the on-field results can be demoralizing sometimes. Especially as the losses and losing seasons, even, begin to pile up.
But there’s light at the end of the tunnel for Miggy and friends. The farm system is becoming a strength of the organization, and there’s prominent talent starting to take the step from the low minors to the upper minors in Erie and Toledo.
A couple shrewd trades here and an impact signing there (down the line when the prospects are ready) and Detroit will be right back in the playoff hunt in the next handful of years.
It might not be this year, it might not be next year, but it’ll be soon-ish.
Until that happens, you need to get through the rebuild. And that’s what I’m here for. To help you get through the Detroit Tigers rebuild with a batch/bevy/ton of content.
Including:
  • (At least) 5-10 exclusive, in depth, Tigers-specific articles a month covering everything from the team’s play, trade ideas, actual trades, trends and more. Sent straight to you.
  • Consistent columns, as well, on trade ideas to spur on the Tigers’ rebuild, regularly finding trade partners for Detroit’s best trade chips with in-depth trade proposals and breakdowns.
  • Will also analyze any trades Al Avila and company actually end up making.
  • Trade proposal pieces and other analysis pieces will also look at young players in the Majors and upper minors in other organizations to keep an eye on who could be worth targeting for Detroit.
  • Plus, ongoing access to my Top 20 Tigers Trade chip power rankings. The power rankings will come out once a month in the offseason and Spring Training and every two weeks in the regular season. New, updated power rankings will also be sent out every time there is a trade, demotion or significant injury. These rankings aren’t necessarily about who will get traded, but are more based on which players simply have the most value based on current level of play, age, contract status, etc.
  • I also want you to be part of the community, giving input on the kinds of content you want to see in your inbox every week. 
Tiers
Tigers Fans
$5 or more per month
  • (At least) 5-10 exclusive, in depth, Tigers-specific articles a month, if not more. Covering everything from the team’s play, trade ideas, actual trades, trends and more. Sent straight to you. 
  • Consistent columns, as well, on trade ideas to spur on the Tigers’ rebuild, regularly finding trade partners for Detroit’s best trade chips with in-depth trade proposals and breakdowns. 
  • Will also analyze any trades Al Avila and friends actually make.
  • Trade proposal pieces and other analysis pieces will also look at young players in the Majors and upper minors in other organizations to keep an eye on who could be worth targeting for Detroit. 
  • Ongoing access to my Top 20 Tigers Trade chip power rankings. The comprehensive power rankings will come out once a month in the offseason and Spring Training and every 2 weeks in the regular season. New, updated power rankings will also be sent out every time there is a trade, demotion or significant injury. These rankings aren’t necessarily about who will get traded, but are more based on which players simply have the most value based on current level of play, age, contract status, etc.
  • I also want you to be part of the community, giving input on the kinds of content you want to see in your inbox every week.  
Tigers 2019 Trade GuideSpecial Offer • 12 days left
An easy to digest, 10 page, PDF trade guide on 26 Tigers players & prospects (!) who could be traded
Hi, I’m Ben Rosener
It’s been a year since I left Motor City Bengals, and I’ve missed writing about the Tigers on a consistent basis. And now I’m back. Writing about the Tigers consistently. Writing the kinds of pieces you want to read. Writing the pieces that will help you get through this rebuild.
Because after such a prolonged period of excellence, a period that despite a lack of World Series wins featured at least four Hall of Fame players (Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera, Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez and Max Scherzer), a Hall of Fame manager (Jim Leyland) and two pennants, it’s been tough sledding lately.
You know that. You get it. As a Tigers fan, you understand the scope of things. Rebuilds are long and the on-field results can be demoralizing sometimes. Especially as the losses and losing seasons, even, begin to pile up.
But there’s light at the end of the tunnel for Miggy and friends. The farm system is becoming a strength of the organization, and there’s prominent talent starting to take the step from the low minors to the upper minors in Erie and Toledo.
A couple shrewd trades here and an impact signing there (down the line when the prospects are ready) and Detroit will be right back in the playoff hunt in the next handful of years.
It might not be this year, it might not be next year, but it’ll be soon-ish.
Until that happens, you need to get through the rebuild. And that’s what I’m here for. To help you get through the Detroit Tigers rebuild with a batch/bevy/ton of content.
Including:
  • (At least) 5-10 exclusive, in depth, Tigers-specific articles a month covering everything from the team’s play, trade ideas, actual trades, trends and more. Sent straight to you.
  • Consistent columns, as well, on trade ideas to spur on the Tigers’ rebuild, regularly finding trade partners for Detroit’s best trade chips with in-depth trade proposals and breakdowns.
  • Will also analyze any trades Al Avila and company actually end up making.
  • Trade proposal pieces and other analysis pieces will also look at young players in the Majors and upper minors in other organizations to keep an eye on who could be worth targeting for Detroit.
  • Plus, ongoing access to my Top 20 Tigers Trade chip power rankings. The power rankings will come out once a month in the offseason and Spring Training and every two weeks in the regular season. New, updated power rankings will also be sent out every time there is a trade, demotion or significant injury. These rankings aren’t necessarily about who will get traded, but are more based on which players simply have the most value based on current level of play, age, contract status, etc.
  • I also want you to be part of the community, giving input on the kinds of content you want to see in your inbox every week. 

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Getting You Through the Detroit Tigers Rebuild has a Special Offer until March 31st
Tiers
Tigers Fans
$5 or more per month
  • (At least) 5-10 exclusive, in depth, Tigers-specific articles a month, if not more. Covering everything from the team’s play, trade ideas, actual trades, trends and more. Sent straight to you. 
  • Consistent columns, as well, on trade ideas to spur on the Tigers’ rebuild, regularly finding trade partners for Detroit’s best trade chips with in-depth trade proposals and breakdowns. 
  • Will also analyze any trades Al Avila and friends actually make.
  • Trade proposal pieces and other analysis pieces will also look at young players in the Majors and upper minors in other organizations to keep an eye on who could be worth targeting for Detroit. 
  • Ongoing access to my Top 20 Tigers Trade chip power rankings. The comprehensive power rankings will come out once a month in the offseason and Spring Training and every 2 weeks in the regular season. New, updated power rankings will also be sent out every time there is a trade, demotion or significant injury. These rankings aren’t necessarily about who will get traded, but are more based on which players simply have the most value based on current level of play, age, contract status, etc.
  • I also want you to be part of the community, giving input on the kinds of content you want to see in your inbox every week.  
Tigers 2019 Trade GuideSpecial Offer • 12 days left
An easy to digest, 10 page, PDF trade guide on 26 Tigers players & prospects (!) who could be traded