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Sugar, We’re Going Down Swinging: Scherzer Whiffs 15 In Tigers Victorious Victory

On May 23rd 1969, Mickey Lolich set a Detroit Tigers single game record when he struck out 16 batters in a complete game win over the California Angels. On June 9th of that year, he did it again, this time losing to the Seattle Pilots. Three years later, on October 2nd 1972 Lolich struck out […]

Andrew McCutchen, Josh Harrison Pirate Detroit City As Tigers Fail to Capitalize On Offense

Andrew McCutchen, Josh Harrison Pirate Detroit City As Tigers Fail to Capitalize On Offense

Yesterday the Detroit Tigers began interleague play with a dominant victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday night. It was a particularly exciting form of dominance as Justin Verlander took a no-hitter into the ninth inning and left with a one hit complete game shutout as the Tigers won 6-0. Saturday, baseball once again proved […]

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Justin Verlander Isn’t Exactly a Train but There Aren’t Many Things That Can Slow Him Down

I wrote a brief reaction post as the seventh, eighth, and ninth innings were happening on Friday night. As I was writing it and watching the game, I fully expected Justin Verlander’s no-hitter to happen. I wasn’t 90% sure or 95% sure he would throw it, I was 100% sure. With one out and Josh […]

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