The Tigers Stretch Run Spreadsheet: Another Way to Waste Even More of Your Free Time

Since off days make me stir-crazy, I created this spreadsheet complete with the remaining schedules (including color-coded off days) and pitching matchups (note: these are a very rough estimate) for both the Tigers and White Sox. Feel free to browse, predict, and giggle at the fact that the White Sox face Matt Moore, Jeremy Hellickson, David Price, and James Shields in the last week of the regular season.

  • doom

    Gotta love the three game series against the White Sox in Detroit…we have Fister, Scherzer, and Verlander pitching…then the four game series in Chicago in mid-September we have the same three pitching, plus Porcello (no Sanchez!).

    • dan

      Personally I’ve never been a big Porcello fan. He gives up a LOT of hits.

  • doom

    I’m a little concerned about the upcoming series in Kansas City…I expect KC to win at least one of those games, and possibly two (we are not a great road team, and we have a way of making lousy opposing pitchers look like All Stars).

    • dan

      A.K.A Derek Holland in the 2-1 loss down in Texas when JV pitched.

  • doom

    For the series in LA against the Angels, we’ll face both Weaver and Wilson…tough.

  • doom

    The Indians are in full-on collapse mode, so I’m not worried about the six games against them in September. They have won just five games in the last month…

  • doom

    So, prediction:

    1-2 at KC
    2-1 vs. Chicago
    3-0 vs. Indians
    1-2 at LA
    2-2 at Chicago
    2-1 at Indians
    2-1 vs. Oakland
    3-0 vs. Twins
    3-1 vs. Royals
    2-1 at Twins
    2-1 at KC

    Wins: 23
    Losses: 12

    Current Record: 69-58
    Projected Final Record: 92-70

    • Miiilan

      No way the Tigers will go 2-2 at Chicago with how they’ve handled road games. Could see Tigers drop three that series.

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