Twins 4, Tigers 3: Detroit Swept By the Worst Team In Baseball

Twins 4, Tigers 3: Detroit Swept By the Worst Team In Baseball

The Minnesota Twins came into this week’s series with Detroit with the worst record in baseball. Two days later, they still have the worst record in baseball, but at least have two wins to show for their efforts. They scored four runs off of Doug Fister and got out of enough jams to walk away […]

Old School Art: Briggs Stadium Sketch from 1946

Old School Art: Briggs Stadium Sketch from 1946

I don’t know why, but I stumbled over to Reddit this morning and found a very interesting link to a thread that had images from the Sporting News in 1946 and 1947. They were baseball stadium sketches by Gene Mack, and I thought some of you readers would get a kick out of Mack’s take […]

Twins 11, Tigers 7: Day-to-Day in Detroit

The ham-handed Minnesota Twinkies entered Wednesday night’s game against the Tigers as the most pitiful offense in the American League. In fact, arguably, they’ll enter Thursday’s game that way, too, but for at least one night they were pretty solid. The Tigers were not and neither was one very important abdominal muscle.

Detroit Tigers Leave Windy City with Statement Game and Ryan Raburn Emerges…Finally

Detroit Tigers Leave Windy City with Statement Game and Ryan Raburn Emerges…Finally

See, this offense can hit! And you were worried! Frankly, I was laboring through the first five innings of this game, as I’m sure you were too. Twitter was certainly a dud, and even some of the popular game threads weren’t even having conversations about the game, in the game threads. Come on people! But […]

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