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6 Cool Kaline Cards Capture His Career

On the 35th anniversary of his jersey retirement, we offer six great Al Kaline baseball cards that capture career moments of the Tigers’ #6.

Helmar Card of the Week: George Mullin, Tigers’ “Fugitive”

A former team owner tried chasing him down all over the Midwest but this week’s Helmar Art Card of the Week settled in to become a top big league pitcher.

Helmar’s Card of the Week: Claude Rossman, 1909 Detroit Tigers

The story of Claude Rossman, featured on Helmar’s Our Guy series, is a tale of triumph and tragedy.

2014 Leaf History of Baseball Cut Signature Box Break

We break open a box of the new Leaf Cut Signatures History of Baseball.

Rare 1913 Ty Cobb Photo Generating Interest

A rare image of Ty Cobb taken 101 years ago is hitting the auction block for the first time.

Club Official Helps Tigers with Autograph Requests

Some prefer to handle their own mail but the Detroit Tigers have an MVP when it comes to helping with autograph requests.

Ernie Harwell Auction in Detroit

A letter sent by Denny McLain to Ernie Harwell while the former pitcher was in jail joined dozens of mementos from the late broadcaster’s life at auction over the weekend.

Sharp Dressed Men: 1909 Tigers Team Photo

Antiques Roadshow takes a look at a 1909 Detroit Tigers team picture.

Ty Cobb Uniform from 1922 Heads for Auction

A rare, complete uniform, attributed to Hall of Famer Ty Cobb’s hisotric 1922 season has been consigned to an upcoming auction.

Tigers Now Selling Game Worn, Game Used Items

You can add the Detroit Tigers to the list of clubs selling their own game-used gear. We’ve got the story courtesy of the local Fox station.

Signed Game-Used Cobb Bat Enters Hobby

An upstate New Yorker showed Ty Cobb some day off hospitality and received an autographed bat in return. After 85 years, it’s about to go on the auction block.

Semi-Perfect: Galarraga Gets Autograph Deal

Armando Galarraga will take pen in hand–and tongue in cheek–to commemorate one of baseball’s most memorable moments.

Ex-Tiger Selling 1984 World Series Ring on eBay

Doug Baker didn’t see much action for the 1984 Detroit Tigers but he wound up with two World Series rings.