On December 19, the White Sox announced the signing of catcher James McCann to a 1-year contract worth $2.5 million. The Tigers non-tendered the 28-year-old McCann last month, making him a free agent after four-plus seasons in Detroit — spending the majority of the time as the Tigers’ primary catcher. McCann batted .220 (94-427) with 16 doubles, eight home runs,
Tigers pitcher Alex Wilson and his wife Kristin spent time recently at Beaumont Children’s Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, where they sponsored and designed a room for a teen. Wish Upon a Teen is a registered nonprofit organization whose mission is to give hospital room makeovers to teens who have severe illnesses or who are undergoing organ transplants and related
Tigers catcher James McCann and starting pitcher Matthew Boyd both wore cleats with the names of fallen soldiers from Michigan in Monday’s game. McCann honored Navy Steelworker 3rd Class Luciano Montemayor, Air Force Lt. Col. Mark Jennings, Army Sgt.1st Class Shawn Suzch and Army Staff Sgt. Michael Hullender. Wearing those cleats, McCann hit his third career grand slam home run and fourth
James McCann sat down with Ambassador Magazine in Detroit for a conversation about baseball, life and the road he has taken to the big leagues.