Do you know what’s more ridiculous than Quintin Berry’s 5-for-5 day on Sunday? People who think the moon landing was faked are more ridiculous. People who insure themselves in case they are abducted by aliens are more ridiculous. But that’s about it. What Quintin Berry did with his spot start on Sunday afternoon was completely […]
I’m perfectly happy with this pattern of “lose the first game of the series then win the next two.” For one more day, at least. Lineups after the jump.
Baseball is a funny game. The Tigers left sixteen men on base, but still managed to do enough and come away with a 4-1 win. Doug Fister returned from his latest D.L. stint and pitched six strong innings; he allowed only three hits, no runs, one walk and six strikeouts. Fister also managed to nab […]
Last night, following the Rockies’ extra innings beatdown of José Valverde, the Tigers optioned Matt Young and Casey Crosby to Toledo. Doug Fister was activated off the disabled list and Thad Weber was recalled, presumably to hold a spot in the meantime as the Tigers don’t need a fifth starter for a few more days. […]
There isn’t exactly a budding rivalry between the Colorado Rockies and the Detroit Tigers. Even using both of those team names in the same sentence feels odd. Like putting peanut butter and jelly on a hotdog. You don’t see it often. It’s just weird. But here there we had it. It was Friday, June 15, […]
For any and all questions about the series please click here. You’ll click that if you know what’s good for you. For any and all questions regarding the Giants and Mariners series, click here. If you are at all entertained by bloggers blogging about fake blogging wars, that preview is for you. Lineups after the […]
Fresh off a pair of successful ventures to Cincinnati and Chicago, the Tigers find themselves coming home with a 4-2 record over the last six games. This is significant. You may find yourself asking yourself, “Okay, Josh. Why is this significant?” as you slowly pet your favorite Tiger plush toy. Well, I’ll tell you. Especially […]
Do you remember May 18th? If you’re anything like me, you probably don’t, and definitely not off the top of your head, because once they’re gone most days tend to blend together. I’ve always been concerned with this phenomenon and I’d like to expand on it more, but I can’t. As Jim Leyland likes to […]