Tag Archives: A.L. Central

Leyland “Concerned” With Sanchez

Anibal Sanchez did not make it out of the fourth inning in last night’s 6-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins. He only gave up two runs but also had four walks and his fastball only maxed out at 91 miles … Continue reading

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Verlander Will be Fine

Justin Verlander had one of his worse outings of his career on Thursday against the Texas Rangers. However, while most people were freaking out about this start and the last one, Verlander had a different approach to the situation. “I’ll … Continue reading

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Will Ryan Raburn be the New Tiger Killer?

In my experience of watching Tiger baseball over the last decade there have been one or two players on teams within the American Central division that have absolutely destroyed Detroit Tigers pitching in the past. A couple of examples I … Continue reading

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Tigers Peaking at Right Time

I wanted to go off on Sunday night. I wanted to exploded about Jim Leyland’s choice of putting closer Jose Valverde into the 10th inning of Sunday’s 2nd game of the double-header. Even though I touched on it a little … Continue reading

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Cabrera must win MVP if he achieves Triple Crown

Strong cases can be made for multiple candidates for this year’s American League MVP award.  The obviously choices include Mike Trout, Josh Hamilton, and Miguel Cabrera.  Then there are dark horse candidates such as Rafael Soriano, Adam Jones (maybe), and … Continue reading

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Taking the week off from watching the Tigers

    This weekend watching the Tigers was tough, it was a big series against Baltimore that they should have won with Verlander, Fister and Porcello going against three guys I’ve never heard of. After working on Saturday I got … Continue reading

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What All-Star events really mean for Tigers

Well the last two days have been quite a roller coaster for Tiger fans. On Monday, they watched beloved Tiger Prince Fielder surprisingly win the 2012 State Farm Home Run Derby. He put on a show, has a he hit … Continue reading

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With Sweep of Twins, Does it Bring Big Mo to the Tigers?

The Detroit Tigers completed a sweep of the Minnesota Twins tonight 4-3 in pretty exciting fashion as Miguel Cabrera hit a go-ahead home run in the ninth. However, there are plenty of questions to ask after today’s game.  Does this … Continue reading

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