MLB Power Rankings: Dodgers Make a Statement

28. Detroit Tigers (43-67)

This Week: vs. Cleveland (3), @ Chicago White Sox (3)

The Tigers approached the offseason as if they were going to be contenders in ’22. They tried (and failed) to sign Carlos Correa before inking Javier Baez to a long-term deal in addition to starter Eduardo Rodriguez. The team started off slow, got hot for a couple of weeks, and have now completely bottomed out. The Tigers are 7-20 in their last 27 games and have one of the league’s worst offenses. Last in runs, home runs and OPS, the Tigers are unwatchable offensively and need a massive roster overhaul.

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