It’s Ryan Raburn’s 31st birthday today, and with that we take a look at how he has done before and after this special day:
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Justin Verlander needed 131 pitches, but the reigning MVP struck out nine in nine innings and picked up his first win in 2012. The 131 pitches was the third most Verlander has tossed in his career (he threw 132 in a regular season start against Boston last year and 133 in the playoffs) and the […]
Baseball will be played this evening, and the Tigers will be involved in the festivities. If this seems like a foreign concept to you, it should be. Through nine games the Tigers have yet to play one under the lights. The reason for it is a combination of two opening series on the weekend (Detroit […]
Rick Porcello is a very talented base ball pitcher at times. Sunday afternoon was one of those times. There are other times when he is not a very talented base ball pitcher. During those times he is a very talented bass fisherman. How do I know this? By these wonderful images I’ve presented below: If […]
The Detroit Base Ball Club will face the Chicago Base Ball Club in an old fashioned game of Base Ball on this Sunday Afternoon. Please join us in the comment section of this game thread to support or criticize the team of your choice. Lineups and links after the break
There is something in baseball that we like to call “The Platoon Advantage”. There’s even a blog that some very clever writers contribute to on a regular basis, but for our purposes the Platoon Advantage is what the Detroit Tigers need to employ at second base now that the controversial Brandon Inge has returned.
Adam Wilk was impressive in his debut as a starting pitcher, but the baseball gods payed no attention to him as the Chicago White Stockings and Gavin “Hit-Man” Floyd stifled the Tigers offense on a bleak day in Chicago, Illinois.
Prince Fielder is off to a solid start as a member of the Tigers. His stats to this point are pretty much in line with his career numbers.
No, not that kind of twin. A Minnesota Twin.
Well…he will invade your homes from inside your TV and radio’s on Sunday, as he was activated off of the disabled list and placed onto the active roster following Friday’s 5-2 loss. Jim Leyland said that he will start on Sunday against the young Chicago lefty, Chris Sale. Adam Wilk was also promoted and will […]