7) Alan TrammelL
8) George Kell
9) Miguel Cabrera
10) Jack Morris
Willie Horton,Gates Brown, Chico Fernendez, Jake Wood, Bill Freehan . Jim Northrup ( the silver fox )
Damn Jack. You are so old. lol
I forgot to include good ole Jim Bunning. And how about Mickey Stanley? He came in from the outfield and played shortstop during the 68 WS . Speaking of the 68 WS. Mickey Lolich. Not only did he win three games during that series but he beat the great Bob Gibson in game seven 9-1. Hit a hr as well.
But how can we speak of great Tigers without including Ernie Harwell ?
yes ahoda I am old. Respect your elders . LOL
#86 - Del Baker
#85 - Frank Tanana
Frank Tanana and Jamie Moyer are the same person
Cecil fielder, rob deer,chet lemon, sweet lou
#84 - Milt Wilcox
He does over some of the guys that he's listed.
When I was 10 I got a ground rule double ball hit by Mickey Stanley and waited by the Tigers dugout after the game to try and get him to sign it. 20 years later....Living in Green Oak Township, Michigan (on Silver Lake) Mickey bought the house next door to me and I finally got the autograph I wanted so desperately at 10 yo.
I always liked Steve Kemp and was bummed when the Tigers traded him for Chet Lemon, but Lemon quickly became my favorite Tiger. He was a grinder and played CF as good as anyone. Jason Thompson was also one of my favorites.... Years ago I used to work for him (Thompson). He owned a chain of Pro Golf Shops in the Keego Harbor area and I was the manager at his Keego Harbor Store in 1992-1993.