It’s a boxscore!

by billfer on February 27, 2007 · 2 comments

in 2007 Season,Spring Training

I know it was an only an exhibition before exhibition season, but it still resulted in a game, with 9 innings, and live pitching – and a boxscore. That’s right, fresh stats are fresh stats, even if they are irrelevant.

But let’s work our way through it anyways.

What’s not to like about Granderson leading off with a home run? Or how about Marcus Thames playing first base and knocking 3 doubles. Cameron Maybin with 2 hits of his own. Ryan Raburn going yard. A shut out by the pitching staff is always nice. And an error free day by a number of defensive subs. Neifi even had a big hit. The only downside is that the Tigers didn’t pick up a walk – I kid of course.

Now I’m not making too much out of this. I’m actually not making anything out of this. A two touchdown win doesn’t mean anymore than the 1 run win last year. I’m just taking enjoyment from the fact that we are one step closer to the beginning of the season.



Chris Y. February 28, 2007 at 11:33 am


Hopefully this is an indicator for the 07 season….

ozz March 2, 2007 at 4:04 am

I’m just happy that there are games to read about again!

I’m really happy that as of 1:15 on Monday afternoon (Tigers/Yankees on ESPN), there will be games to watch again!

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