Tag Archives: Miguel Cabrera

Tigers look to bounce back

As many of you are aware,  I have started my career as a sports journalist in Youngstown, Ohio. It has been a while since I’ve been able to have a chance to write about what I love most, which is … Continue reading

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Dombrowski not afraid to deal

An interesting week for the Tigers started off with the trade of Doug Fister, them losing out on Brian Wilson before signing Joe Nathan and the announcement that Miguel Cabrera is moving back to first.  Not bad for the first … Continue reading

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Tonight a must win?

Finally an offensive explosion for the Tigers, starting with Austin Jackson moved out of the lead off spot and everyone else getting bumped up.  Torii Hunter led off for the first time since 1999 and helped lead the offensive attack … Continue reading

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Changes I’d like to see for Game 2

The Tigers were able to squeak out a 1-0 game behind 6 no-hit innings from Anibal Sanchez and only allowing one hit against the best offense in the American League.  But the game was closer than it needed to be … Continue reading

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Here we go again: A’s vs. Tigers

The Tigers and A’s met last season in the ALDS as the second and third seeds starting in Oakland, just as this season.  With the playoff series inverted and the Tigers hosting the first two games and sweeping in Detroit, … Continue reading

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The Talk of the Town

This weekend was an around crazy weekend in Detroit. We had the Detroit Tigers playing a 5 game series with the Royals, Kenny Chesney at Ford Field, and the annual Woodward Dream Cruise all on the same weekend. With all … Continue reading

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Tigers to sell high on… Cabrera?

Ahh all the talk of the big money deal for JV, Anibal and Prince has led to the unavoidable question being popped up, should the Tigers look to trade Miguel Cabrera?  Miggy is owed $44 million over the next two … Continue reading

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Weekend Review 8/11/13

The weekend was a wild one, having the Tigers playing in New York and Lions played their first pre-season game. Here is a little bit of a recap from the game today, via the Detroit Free Press: “After Mariano Rivera … Continue reading

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Will Tomorrow be Peralta’s Last Game?

In the wake of a possible suspension coming Monday, Jhonny Peralta commented about the situation after Wednesday’s game. Here is what he told the Detroit Free Press: “I don’t feel nervous,” said Peralta, who could face a lengthy suspension. “But … Continue reading

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News and notes heading into the second half

The Tigers began the second half of the season yesterday with a disappointing 1-0 loss to the Royals.  Ervin Santana held and two relievers held the Tigers to two hits on the night.  Before the second half begins I wanted … Continue reading

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