• Shelton up, Pena down

    Team 1270 is reporting that Chris Shelton and Carlos Pena are trading places. Given Pena’s struggles (181/307/287) this season, this move had to be made....

  • The Pudge Weight Loss – again

    Lynn Henning, who normally does a pretty good job covering the Tigers, wrote a piece in this weekend’s paper that requires a response. Basically the...

  • A little bit of this, a little bit of that

    I had a great time last night hanging out with Brian, Rob, and Brian at Duggan’s last night. We covered a lot of topics including...

  • Mapping Win Shares

    Studes at Hardball Times runs a “Ten things I didn’t know last week” column that is always chockful of interesting stuff. This week’s column has...

  • Getting the call

    Barring a huge offensive game from Carlos Pena on Thursday night, I think that Chris Shelton will be starting for the Tigers on Friday night....

  • What the funk

    With the Tigers’ recent inability to score runs, it’s beginnning to feel a lot like 2003. Not even counting tonight’s game in which they are...

  • Get Together Update

    I’ve got some good news and some bad news. First, the bad news…due to the Wolverine Softball team’s run towards a championship, Ryan Sosin from...

  • All about efficiency

    One of Jason Johnson’s biggest deficiencies the last few years is his ability to pitch late into games. Part of it may have been due...

  • Let’s get together…

    Myself, Brian Borawski from TigerBlog, and Ryan Sosin from Tigerscentral will be meeting up on May 26th to watch the Tigers battle the Yankees –...

  • The Gameday Experience

    As a mini-season ticket holder for several seasons, I’ve attended my share of games at Comerica Park. Inevitably, I’ve started to warm up to the...

  • Missing Magglio?

    With the exception of a 10 run outburst in Anaheim, the Tigers offense has been in a funk for several weeks. In their last 17...

  • Off Day Links

    With the Tigers having an off day, I’ll keep this light. Pudge’s SlumpOver his last ten games Ivan Rodriguez is 5 for 41. Using the...