I was going to make a joke about Clay Buchholz, Chicken, and being headless, but I decided against it. I’m not sure why, it might have something to do with not wanting to use, once again, an overplayed joke, or maybe it’s just a plain refusal to post any sort of tacky headline on this […]
Source: FanGraphs Literally the only thing I could find by googling “Fried Tiger”
One more day until this trade deadline nonsense is over with. At least the Tigers made their big trade last week so no one is including them in their rumormongering and rosterbating ridiculousness’ this week. Anyway, hopefully they can trade Delmon Young for Cliff Lee and cash considerations. I love trade rumors!
I’ll admit that I did not know that Jhonny Peralta was stuck in an 0-for-17 slump. I knew he had been striking out at a higher-than-normal clip, but with the offense struggling as it did on this road trip, so far, he kind of blended in with all the others. He broke out in […]
For most of this month, Doug Fister has looked like he was back to form, but in his last start, he was a tad bit sluggish. He wasn’t terrible, by any means, but it was clear that he was fighting himself. He was ultimately defeated by a well-executed squeeze play and lack of run support. […]
Over the years, I’ve watched quite a few Marlins games, so I’ve probably seen more of Anibal Sanchez than the average Tigers fan, although I have not seen a lot of him this year. However, since this trade first happened, I’ve had a tough time describing him. He’s not flashy, but he generally gets the […]
Anibal Sanchez debuts for the Tigers on Saturday, which is today. His FIP is 23rd in baseball, at 3.41. Henderson Alvarez, the Blue Jays starter has an FIP of 5.30, which is the 5th worst in baseball. So, the Tigers should win, right? Right?
I know this is a bit of an odd thing to use as the headline, I really do. And I know that Jeff Mathis’s .267 average isn’t really befitting of his reputation as a black hole of suck on offense. But Mathis remains a black hole of suck on offense, and the Tigers let said […]