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The Talented Tigers Bullpen

With apologies to Jose Valverde, who has induced us all into a mass panic with his 9th inning anti-heroics, and therefore must work his way back into the hearts of traditional and sabermetric fans alike, there are four members of the Detroit Tigers bullpen that deserve significant recognition as the Tigers enter the 2012 All-Star […]

All-Star Break Interrupts Tigers’ Hot Streak

It figures that as soon as the Tigers get into their best groove of the season, and you can take that back to the Tampa Bay series, they have to shut it down for a few days, with the exception of Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera, and Prince Fielder. Max Scherzer looked strong once again. His […]

Game 86 Lineups and Comments: Royals (37-46) @ Tigers (43-42)

Max Scherzer makes his first start in ten days. He was very good in his start against the Rays, and actually has made three good starts in a row, going at least six innings and giving up three earned runs or fewer in each start. He missed his last start with a slight hamstring injury, […]


The Detroit Tigers Have Won More Baseball Games Than They Have Lost

When you think of what makes a good baseball team you think of what makes a bad baseball team. Bad baseball players. Silly managing. An aloof appearance. I just described quite a few members of the Detroit Tigers. Although, to be fair I have described pretty much every team in baseball. The trick, we are […]

Tigers Discover .500 Record, Ask for Key to City, Request Denied

Tigers Discover .500 Record, Ask for Key to City, Request Denied

The Mayor of Detroit turned the lights out of his office and in the faint shadow’s of the outside world’s artificial light fixtures he opened the door that lead down the hallway and out to the parking garage. Without looking he turned around and locked the door with his very large silver key. ‘Ah…’ he […]

Darin Downs’ Pitching Paves Path for Thunder Cats to Barrel Through

The beginning of this game was very reminiscent of those bizarre games that the Tigers tend to play on the west coast. The Twins were spraying the strangest hits all over the place and when Jim Leyland had to go to the bullpen in the fourth inning, you just expected the strangeness to continue. Luckily, […]

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