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Phew! Wowee! I’m sitting here watching this game play out and my palms are sweating, my feet are tap, tap, tapping away, I’m bouncing up and down faster than a kid who ate a dozen doughnuts, and all the while the person sitting next to me is looking at me like I’ve just contracted Hepatitis […]
In their excited fervor, The Los Angeles Angels apparently forgot to put their name through Google Translator or something, as Los in Espanol means The in American and Angeles in Espanol means Angels in American. Sure, this is incredibly obtuse, but that’s what happens when you deal with teams from California. There’s some weird shit […]
Really, that could be the headline for almost every Justin Verlander start. I guess some people were worried about him after his poor All-Star showing. I wasn’t one of them, but he proved all those doubters wrong. It looked to me like his curveball was a big weapon for him on Sunday afternoon, which would […]
After last night’s craziness, I’m sure we could all use a nice Verlander Day to settle everything down again. Technically, his last outing was his All-Star start in which he got shelled, but as he pointed out, he wasn’t pitching with his usual strategy or mindset. His last regular-season start was a brilliant complete game […]
DOOM! PANIC! SEASON OVER! SCHERZER IS BAD AGAIN! VALVERDE AND BENOIT ARE GARBAGE! THE SIX GAME WINNING STREAK IS OVER!! EXISTENCE HAS NO MEANING! Now that we’ve gotten that out of our systems . . . Yeah. The Tigers dropped a tough one to Baltimore in extra innings today, 8-6. Multiple relievers blew late leads […]
Source: FanGraphs Most Valuable Tiger: Quintin Berry, .449 WPA Least Valuable Tiger: Joaquín Benoit, -.790 WPA Most Valuable Oriole: Adam Jones, .407 WPA Well, He Was Still More Valuable Than Joaquín Benoit: Jim Johnson, -.321 WPA
As baseball games go, this one could be the cat’s pajamas.
Doug Fister looked more like the Doug Fister we remember from the second half of the 2011 season, and the Tigers’ offense drove in six of their seven runs with two outs on the way to a 7-2 victory. Miguel Cabrera continues to abuse baseballs; in tonight’s game, he clubbed one 454 feet to dead […]