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Baby it’s cold outside – Tigers 2007 Spring Training round-up

Long lasting ice sculpture - Comerica Park
This is what a month old ice sculpture looks like

I was getting jealous of all the reporters and photographers down there in Lakeland taking in baseball and sun and palm trees. So I did the best I could and went to Comerica Park today to take pictures of ice sculptures…Leftover from Tigerfest…Which was a month ago. So stop complaining Wojo if it’s unseasonably cool in Lakeland. (Seriously, I took these pictures today.)

On to the link-a-thon

Carlos Guillen

An extension for Guillen is the only item remaining on the Tigers checklist. It is also a popular topic of discussion. This is a bigger topic than I’m going to tackle in a round-up post. Kurt has it covered anyways. I will say that I don’t think Guillen will sign here with the intention of playing first base. Just because he filled in there last year, doesn’t mean that is his likely destination – at least not for the next 3-4 years.

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Posted by on February 19, 2007.

Categories: 2007 Season, Contracts, Former Tigers, Spring Training

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  1. [...] More:billfer View blog reactions Detroit Newsvine:Detroit February 19th,2007+Freshness [...]

    by Detroit | Baby it’s cold outside - Tigers 2007 Spring Training round-up on Feb 20, 2007 at 3:33 am

  2. [...] If you’re new here and like what you see, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! The Tigers have sent information to season ticket holders about this winter’s version of Tigerfest. It will be January on January 12th and once again it will be hosted at Comerica Park. Of course the nice thing about holding it at an outdoor venue is that you don’t have to worry about the ice sculptures melting – for like 6 weeks. [...]

    by The Detroit Tiger Weblog » Blog Archive » Tigerfest 2008 on Dec 1, 2007 at 8:20 pm

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