New York Daily News "The Yankees put some power back in their lineup Friday, signing outfielder Brennan Boesch to a one-year deal worth $1.5 million plus another $600,000 in incentives. Boesch, 27, hit .240/.286/.372 last season in 132 games with the Tigers, hitting 12 home runs with 54 RBI. Detroit released him on..." March 16
Detroit Free Press "Tigers manager Jim Leyland and president/general manager Dave Dombrowski agree that Brennan Boesch still has potential. They also agree it was time for Boesch and the Tigers to part. The Tigers gave Boesch his unconditional release Wednesday. Dombrowski said he tried before and during spring..." March 14
The Tigers have released Brennan Boesch.
Detroit News "The Yankees, oh, they're in trouble. We already knew the franchise was changing, having pledged — with a straight poker face, and then stunningly backing it up with an underwhelming series of signings this offseason — to get under the payroll luxury tax ($189 million) by Opening Day..." February 28
Bless You Boys "Brennan Boesch was one of the worst players in the American League during the 2012 season. At the plate, he posted a WAR of negative 1.4. Only the Rangers’ Michael Young was worse. His wOBA was a paltry .288, which was seventh worst in the league among qualified hitters. In the field, his negative..." February 18
Detroit Free Press "Free Press special writer Jon Machota breaks down five players to watch in Lakeland: Victor Martinez A torn anterior cruciate ligament in Martinez's left knee forced the switch-hitter to miss last season. The 34-year-old DH is expected to bat fifth and protect Prince Fielder. The Tigers were..." February 10