1994 Detroit Tigers season
|1994 Detroit Tigers|
|Major League affiliations|
|General manager(s)||Joe Klein|
(George Kell, Al Kaline)
(Ernie Harwell, Jim Price, Jim Northrup)
(Rick Rizzs, Bob Rathbun)
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The Detroit Tigers' 1994 season had a record of 53-62 in a strike-shortened season. The season ended with the Tigers in 5th place in the newly formed American League East Division. The season featured the return of former star Kirk Gibson, the return of Ernie Harwell to the television broadcast booth and the 18th season of the Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker double play combination.
- November 1, 1993: Eric Davis was signed as a free agent by the Tigers.
- November 7, 1993: Joe Boever was signed as a free agent by the Tigers.
- February 4, 1994: Kirk Gibson was signed as a free agent by the Tigers.
- February 7, 1994: Tim Belcher was signed as a free agent by the Tigers.
- February 14, 1994: Juan Samuel was signed as a free agent by the Tigers.
- February 18, 1994: Kevin Morgan was traded by the Tigers to the New York Mets for Joe Dellicarri (minors).
- March 31, 1994: Rico Brogna was traded by the Tigers to the New York Mets for Alan Zinter.
The Tigers were struggling in terms of strikeouts, as their pitchers had combined for the fewest strikeouts (560) and their batters had combined for the most strikeouts (897) in the Majors. Tigers' pitchers also had the most intentional walks in the Majors (74), the fewest shutouts (1) and tied the Chicago White Sox and Los Angeles Dodgers for the fewest saves (20).
|New York Yankees||70||43||0.619||—||33–24||37–19|
|Toronto Blue Jays||55||60||0.478||16||33–26||22–34|
|Boston Red Sox||54||61||0.470||17||31–33||23–28|
|New York Yankees||70||43||0.619|
|Chicago White Sox||67||46||0.593|
|Kansas City Royals||64||51||0.557|
|Toronto Blue Jays||55||60||0.478|
|Boston Red Sox||54||61||0.470|
Record vs. opponents
1994 American League Records
|1994 Detroit Tigers|
Starters by position
Note: Pos = position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in
|AAA||Toledo Mud Hens||International League||Joe Sparks and Larry Parrish|
|AA||Trenton Thunder||Eastern League||Tom Runnells|
|A||Lakeland Tigers||Florida State League||Gerry Groninger and Mark Wagner|
|A||Fayetteville Generals||South Atlantic League||Dwight Lowry|
|A-Short Season||Jamestown Jammers||New York–Penn League||Dave Anderson|
|Rookie||Bristol Tigers||Appalachian League||Kevin Bradshaw|
- Eric Davis at Baseball Reference
- Joe Boever at Baseball Reference
- Kirk Gibson at Baseball Reference
- Tim Belcher at Baseball Reference
- Juan Samuel at Baseball Reference
- Kevin Morgan at Baseball Reference
- Rico Brogna at Baseball Reference
- Jorge Velandia at Baseball Reference
- Greg Cadaret at Baseball Reference
- Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball". Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, 1997
- 1994 Detroit Tigers season at Baseball Reference