1991 Detroit Tigers Roster

American League (AL)
Team Record: 84-78
Finished 2nd in the AL's East Division
Attendance: 1,659,472, Avg. 20,743
Ballpark: Tiger Stadium
Manager: Sparky Anderson (84-78)
Location: Detroit, Michigan
1991 Detroit Tigers Statistics
1991 Detroit Tigers Results

The Detroit Tigers of the American League ended the 1991 season with a record of 84 wins and 78 losses, finishing second in the AL's East Division.

The Tigers plated 817 runs and surrendered 794 runs. Cecil Fielder walloped 44 home runs for Detroit, while Lou Whitaker, Travis Fryman, Tony Phillips, Mickey Tettleton and Rob Deer each swatted 20 or more, too. Cecil Fielder drove in 133 runs. Tony Phillips led hitters with significant playing time by hitting .284. Bill Gullickson topped the squad with 20 wins, and Frank Tanana recorded a 3.77 ERA, tops among regularly-used pitchers.

Sparky Anderson coached the team.

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Player Pos. Bats Throws Birth Date Height Weight Hometown
Scott AldredPLLJune 12, 19686'4"195Flint, MI USA
Andy AllansonCRRDecember 22, 19616'5"220Richmond, VA USA
Skeeter BarnesIFRRMarch 3, 19575'11"175Cincinnati, OH USA
Dave Bergman1BLLJune 6, 19536'1"185Evanston, IL USA
Tony Bernazard2BBRAugust 24, 19565'9"150Caguas, P.R.
John CeruttiPLLApril 28, 19606'2"195Albany, NY USA
Milt CuylerCFBROctober 7, 19685'10"175Macon, GA USA
Mike DaltonPLLMarch 27, 19636'0"215Palo Alto, CA USA
Luis de los SantosIFRRDecember 29, 19666'5"205San Cristobal, Sa D.R.
Rob DeerRFRRSeptember 29, 19606'3"210Orange, CA USA
Cecil Fielder1BRRSeptember 21, 19636'3"230Los Angeles, CA USA
Travis Fryman3BRRMarch 25, 19696'1"180Lexington, KY USA
Dan GakelerPRRMay 1, 19646'6"215Mount Holly, NJ USA
Paul GibsonPRLJanuary 4, 19606'0"165Southampton, NY USA
Jerry Don GleatonPLLSeptember 14, 19576'3"205Brownwood, TX USA
Bill GullicksonPRRFebruary 20, 19596'3"200Marshall, MN USA
Dave HaasPRROctober 19, 19656'1"200Independence, MO USA
Shawn HareRFLLMarch 26, 19676'2"190St. Louis, MO USA
Mike HennemanPRRDecember 11, 19616'4"205St. Charles, MO USA
Pete IncavigliaLFRRApril 2, 19646'1"225Pebble Beach, CA USA
Jeff KaiserPRLJuly 24, 19606'3"195Wyandotte, MI USA
John KielyPRROctober 4, 19646'3"210Boston, MA USA
Mark LeiterPRRApril 13, 19636'3"200Joliet, IL USA
Scott Livingstone3BLRJuly 15, 19656'0"190Dallas, TX USA
Rusty MeachamPRRJanuary 27, 19686'3"155Stuart, FL USA
Lloyd MosebyLFLRNovember 5, 19596'3"200Portland, AR USA
John MosesLFBLAugust 9, 19575'10"165Los Angeles, CA USA
Mike MunozPLLJuly 12, 19656'2"190Baldwin Park, CA USA
Johnny Paredes2BRRSeptember 2, 19625'11"165Maracaibo, Zu Venezuela
Dan PetryPRRNovember 13, 19586'4"185Palo Alto, CA USA
Tony PhillipsIFBRApril 25, 19595'10"175Atlanta, GA USA
Kevin RitzPRRJune 8, 19656'4"195Eatontown, NJ USA
Rich RowlandCRRFebruary 25, 19646'1"210Cloverdale, CA USA
Mark SalasCLRMarch 8, 19616'0"180Montebello, CA USA
Steve SearcyPLLJune 4, 19646'1"190Knoxville, TN USA
John ShelbyCFBRFebruary 23, 19586'1"175Lexington, KY USA
Frank TananaPLLJuly 3, 19536'2"180Detroit, MI USA
Walt TerrellPLRMay 11, 19586'2"205Jeffersonville, IN USA
Mickey TettletonCBRSeptember 16, 19606'2"200Oklahoma City, OK USA
Alan TrammellSSRRFebruary 21, 19586'0"165Garden Grove, CA USA
Lou Whitaker2BLRMay 12, 19575'11"160Brooklyn, NY USA


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