Ubaldo Jimenez Struggles to Walk Hitters as Tigers Offense Explodes for Two Runs

Ubaldo Jimenez Struggles to Walk Hitters as Tigers Offense Explodes for Two Runs

Dear readers of Walkoff Woodward, I don’t know what’s wrong with me. I keep looking forward to these baseball games, expecting the Tigers offense to actually do something. I’m an idiot for thinking this, obviously. So I sincerely apologize to you guys for listening to me tell you that this team is bound to score […]

Tigers Draft College Arm Drew Verhagen

With the 154th pick the Tigers went from the state of Texas to Tennessee and Vanderbilt University star Drew Verhagen, a right handed pitcher (he’s from Texas though!). Verhagen is huge. 6’6 225 with a fastball that tops out at 95. I haven’t seen or heard of him at all, honestly, so I have no […]

Tigers Draft Prep Star Austin Schotts

With the 91st pick the Tigers took a Texas High School player, with the 121st pick the Tigers took a Texas high School player. Call me biased, or not, but I love me some Texas baseball players, and Austin Schotts is a position player, which I like even more. He is committed to Oklahoma State, […]

Tigers Draft Prep Star Jake Thompson

The Tigers didn’t have an opportunity to draft 90 other amateur baseball players in the 2012 First Year Player Draft, which launched yesterday. So, they took Jake Thompson, a right handed high school pitcher out of Texas with their first opportunity. Thompson, a TCU commit who is expected to sign with the Tigers, is a […]

Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

54 (A Brief History of the Detroit Tigers Season)

54 is an obligatory number much like 40 home runs or 100 RBI or a .300 average are obligatory numbers. It’s an imaginary stopping point that you can refer to when explaining something….or writing an article like I am here. 54 in baseball means one third. As in 54+54+54=162. If you like symmetry, you like […]

Farewell, Magglio, and thank you

Tigers Can’t Win One For Magglio

  Well, when Justin Verlander isn’t Justin Verlander, and the offense makes the opposing pitcher look like Justin Verlander, that’s usually going to be a problem. Verlander was obviously having a problem with pitch location (almost all the hits he gave up were hit hard), but what I noticed is that he wasn’t getting a […]

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