Berry and Miggy Combine for Sweep Heroics

Sometimes you can fall back into your old bad habits and still manage to win. As Jim Leyland pointed out in his postgame interview, the Tigers were terrible with runners in scoring position today. They were 2-for-15 and stranded ten. It seemed like they were leaving the bases loaded throughout most of the middle innings. […]

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Mount Offense Remains Active For Second Straight Day and Quintin Berry Sparks a Twitter Firestorm

There’s a reason I write the Walkoff Wrap after every Tigers game. It tells you about the game, sure, but it’s not a recap the way that the AP or MLB.com recaps the game. I’m not going to give you the play by play every single time (though I do live blog occasionally). What I […]

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Anthony Swarzak, Francisco Liriano Make Tigers Look Like Winners

There has been so much negative crap (I literally don’t know another word to describe this) written about the Tigers lately that I really and truly thought that if the Tigers went much longer without tattooing a mediocre starting pitcher some serious injuries were going to occur. I’m talking about injuries to the Tigers Billboard […]

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