Catching up with former Tigers manager Jim Leyland
Craig Monroe catches up with former Tigers manager Jim Leyland before he throws out the first pitch at Saturday's game between the Tigers and Twins.
Jim Leyland on Don Zimmer
Former Pirates, Marlins, Rockies and Tigers manager Jim Leyland shares some stories about Don Zimmer.
Jim Leyland steps aside in Detroit
Including my bosses and Felix when this time it's time. And this time it's time to step down from manager position Detroit Tigers . And accept another position. Yet to be determined. But as I said this time but the most important thing that I would likeAnd this time it's time to step down from manager position Detroit Tigers . And accept another position. Yet to be determined. But as I said this time but the most important thing that I would
Leyland on Alburquerque kiss
different variations of personal celebrations. As team celebrations. It wasn't a Smart thing to do. What I am honestly tell you that there's no way LOU or and members of Detroit Tigers would ever do those and to actually to another team.you that there's no way LOU or -- and members of Detroit Tigers would ever do those and to actually to -- another team.
Rosenthal: Leyland leaving with HOF legacy
realized well this is going on here but I the Tigers at this very well Jim Leland at this very ..... went to three. In total through with the Tigers so his legacy will be I would imagine ..... the human. Three Giants. Now where the Tigers go from here so who's on the shortlistOnce again Jim Leland stepping down as tiger's manager after eight seasons in Detroit are now joined by fox sports Ken Rosenthal who broke this story can. What do youhave realized well this is going on here but I -- the Tigers at this very well Jim Leland at this very well and work very. After 22 years in the majors. And legacy as a manager. Well -- It's a complicated legacy because he's been a few places. World Series with the Florida Marlins went to three. In total through with the Tigers so his legacy will be I would imagine most likely in the hall of fame. Haven't looked at the rest of it that closely yet. Can't really tell you exactly that that will be the case but he's certainly one of the most respected managers of -- generation. And it is a changing of the guard that is taking place over the last few years here we've seen Joseph Torre stepped down in the race and now the human. Three Giants. Now where the Tigers go from here so who's on the shortlist to become Detroit's next -- Great questions in any kind didn't answer that press conference. They have a couple of format is on clearance that I know he would want them to get consideration and strong consideration. It meant hitting coach. -- the bench coach Gene Lamont -- -- and they want to see him again. Whether the Tigers go in that direction or go with a fresher younger guy. I don't know yet and it's something they probably will open
Leyland : Win one game and take it from there
Jim Leyland on the Tigers' ALCS outlook going forward.
Leyland : 'They played their hearts out'
Jim Leyland on his team's efforts after the ALCS loss to the Red Sox.
Emotional Leyland on Rivera
Manager Jim Leyland talks about honoring his friend Mariano Rivera at the All-Star Game.
Verlander on Game 1 start
Justin Verlander talks about starting Game 1 of the World Series. Plus, hear manager Jim Leyland's thoughts on S.F.
Where to bat Mike Morse
Blanco has batted .159/.229 this postseason. The move would not be unprecedented. Last postseason, former Tigers manager Jim Leyland dropped leadoff man Austin Jackson to 8 th after a 2-for-32 stretch. The Giants don't really have a viable