• Game Report 4-29-2005

    I don’t normally do reports on individual games, but there was enough interesting stuff going on last night to warrant it. First, the Tigers had...

  • Miscellaney

    The trouble with work is that it tends to get in the way of hobbies, kind of like this blog. I was in San Luis...

  • The Pocket Schedule

    A reader recently sent me a Tiger artifact he happened to come across. It is a pristine Tigers pocket schedule from 1972. Aside from this...

  • One Run Bummin

    With the Tigers dropping to 0-5 in one run games this year, the fans are getting restless. Exacerbating the situation is the fact that the...

  • B. Inge-ing

    So do you believe in Brandon Inge yet? I have to admit that I was highly skeptical that he could pick up where he left...

  • K-Less

    We knew going into the season that the Tigers’ pitching staff wouldn’t be a strikeout heavy staff. Bonderman as the ace would pile up quite...

  • Catching up

    The tough thing about not having time to write everyday, is that when I come back, so much can happen. In this case, the Tigers...

  • The night I spent with a Twins fan…

    Okay, so the title may make this sound more sordid than it really is. Seth Stohs from SethSpeaks and I were both online and chatted...

  • Back away from the ledge

    Yes, I know last night’s game was terribly frustrating. The Tigers lost their third one run game of the season. Clearly what we need to...

  • The Indians Series – by the numbers

    I’m not sure if I’ll do the by the numbers stuff after every series, but I’ll keep doing it for now. So far it’s easy...

  • Winning big, losing small

    So if you had told me that the Tigers would be leading the league in scoring one week into the season, I’d be happy. If...

  • By the numbers – The Royals series

    With a sample size of 3 games you can’t make a lot of statistical inferences. But it doesn’t mean you still can’t have fun with...