Quintin Berry Just Makes No Sense

We know that Quintin Berry is basically, more or less, I do suppose, a mainstay, if you will, in the Detroit Tigers lineup. Against right handed pitchers he bats second. Against left handed pitchers he For example, he sat against Chris Sale of the Chicago White Sox last Saturday, who is a pretty tough left […]

control artist

Indians, Tigers Play Baseball, Indians Manage to Not Lose

Sometimes, in baseball, nothing really happens the way it’s supposed to. This is a funny little truth in the game. If you didn’t know that, or get frustrated by that, I advise you stop following sports. You’re just going to put a lot of unnecessary stress on yourself, which then becomes very messy and uncomfortable, […]

a vote for change

Monday Marks Detroit’s 2nd Straight Year Making an Impact Trade, This Time Real Talent Was Given Up

Coming into Monday, Detroit second basemen were slugging .276 this year. To give you an idea of how bad that is, in the American League the worst slugging percentage, by position, is shortstop with a .367 clip. Second basemen ranked second to last at a .369 clip. Detroit second basemen were slugging 93 points below […]

Tigers Trade Jacob Turner and Others Away for Anibal Sanchez and Omar Infante

Didn’t really expect to see Turner’s trade value plummet THIS much but it looks like he is indeed headed to Miami for 2B Omar Infante and SP Anibal Sanchez. Obviously this will be updated as we learn more but for now the reaction is this: It’s a trade that benefits the team this year alone […]

Miguel Cabrera and his Proud 300

How do you quantify greatness…in baseball? The answer is actually simple. In baseball there is a certain threshold that separates good players from bad players and great players from good players. Time and durability matter a great deal as well. A season where a player enjoys a .350 OBP and .450 SLG is fantastic, but […]

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