The last time the Tigers faced Cubs starter Matt Garza on the road, the game ended in a big celebration. Unfortunately, that’s because Garza no-hit the Tigers. I have faith that we’ll see a better performance from our offense tonight. Lineups after the jump
I usually don’t have a plan or even an idea of what angle I’m going to take before I sit down to write a wrap. This was the case once again Tuesday night, and through the first three innings I just watched the game and waited for thoughts come to me, regardless of how delirious […]
Coming off a series win against a 1st place National League team (well, not anymore), the Tigers return to the historic Wrigley Field for the first time since 2006 when brooms were used. Another sweep of the Cubs would be nice, but I guess let’s just get through this day-to-day like we’ve done all season. […]
Since the Tigers have a day off today as they travel (or traveled) from the southernmost part of Ohio to the northern denizens of Chicago, Illinois I thought I would take a few paragraphs to clear up my thoughts and perhaps answer a few of yours. By the way, you guys are really stepping up […]
Because he had a 1-2-3 inning and saved the game. We all KNOW that he can’t do that without some sort of help, especially this year.
Our main character is sitting in the corner of the room. This room was bare except for a chest of drawers sitting on an ancient wooden floor. This chest of drawers was empty; if there had been anything in them our main character would have put them on. As it was, our main character wore […]
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The Tigers look to win this weekend series against the Cincinnati Reds with rookie Drew Smyly taking to the mound. Our old friends at ESPN—including Terry Francona! gasp!—will be broadcasting the game. What are the odds they’ll spend more time talking about Manny Pacquiao than the Tigers and Reds? What are the odds Tigers fans […]