5. Mickey Tettleton – I was all about his batting stance, his wad of chew, and his love of Froot Loops. He hit 112 home runs in 4 years with the Tigs, and he represented the team in the ’94 All-Star Game.
4. Cecil Fielder – He’s fat, he crushed home runs, and he endorsed triple cheeseburgers. ‘Nuff said.
3. Jack Morris – The Tigers all time leader in wild pitches (155), and eighth all time in all of baseball (206). He had 162 wins in the 1980’s, a no-hitter in ’84, and two complete-game wins in the 1984 World Series. Hall of Fame, please.
2. Alan Trammell – Another Tiger that should be in the Hall of Fame. With a WAR of 66.8, better than almost every shortstop in Cooperstown, why not? Tram could pretty much do everything.