The Detroit Tigers' 2015 season is finally winding down.

This season has been a catastrophe. The Tigers began the season 11-2, and Verlander and Victor Martinez were on the disabled list. I really thought that this year's team was going to continue to get healthy and win their division.

This season continued to get much worst. The Tigers' G.M. David Dombrowski was fired. But before that he traded two great players in David Price and Yoenis Cespedas for minor league prospects.

The owner of the Tigers Mike Illitch has to be very bummed out how the Tiger's season ended up. We all want the Tigers to do well and they came very close to the World Series under the guidance of Jim Leyland. But now the new G.M. Al Avila will have his offseason plate very full.

Will Avila fire Brad Ausmus and his staff for a new manager? Will they also get some high priced free agents, and what about the farm system? These are all big holes and unanswered questions that the Tiger franchise will have to answer. We can only hope that the Tigers don't completely smell next year!