Jim Leyland, up until his resignation as manager of the Detroit Tigers on Oct. 21, 2013, has been involved in professional baseball in some way, shape or form, since the early 1960s.
After eight successful seasons as manager of the Detroit Tigers, Jim Leyland announced his retirement on Monday, just two days after the team was eliminated by the Boston Red Sox in the American Leag
With a 1-0 win over the hapless Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night at Target Field, the Detroit Tigers clinched the team’s third-straight American League Central title.
Leyland on people picking apart Scherzer's season based on wins and run support: "Some people can find a flaw in Bo Derek.
A fan who clearly has a near-animistic affinity for the Detroit Tigers made the bold decision to go all-out with his get-up when he attended took in his team taking on the Kansas City Royals at Kauff
If there is one MLB manager who encompasses all the attributes that define an “Old School Baseball Throwback,” Detroit Tigers skipper Jim Leyland more than capably fits the bill.
Of all the qualities that come to mind when you think about Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland — the cantankerous, old school, no-nonsense, heater-smoking baseball lifer– possessing a qua
Hey Tigers fans, would you like to show up at Comerica Park looking exactly like Jim Leyland without the 50 years of smoking two packs a day? How about Jhonny Peralta without consuming 8,000 calories
"You talkin' to me?"
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland is what we like to refer to in the business as “eminently quotable.
You see? Can you now see the repercussions of our obsession with politically correctness? A good man, a respected man – a Marlboro Man – has been suspended from doing the job he loves sim
Oh, the irony of it all! Due to the state of Michigan – much like most states I have visited recently – enacting a tough, no-nonsense smoking ban, Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland will