Lynn Henning spoke Dombrowski who further reiterated that the Tigers aren't in salary dumping mode. I think we knew this, but it hasn't stopped the dozens of articles that include "and the Tigers who are being forced to shed salary…"
Matt Wallace has been looking at past Tigers drafts over the last month. I missed all of these posts because it seems as if the MVN network tweaked the RSS feed settings so I hadn't been getting updates. Check out his site and the work over the last month.
Zach Greinke deservedly won the Cy Young with Justin Verlander placing 3rd between Felix Hernandez and Roy Halladay. I figure that's about right. But Verlander did receive 1 first place vote and it came from Detroit beat writer Steve Kornacki who defended his choice. Yes there is some homerism in the pick, but not as blatant as with the Ordonez/A-rod scenario in 2007. I suppose there probably is some value in pitching in big games – which Greinke really didn't do and Verlander did well. For me it's not enough to push him over Greinke, but I can see where Steve is coming from.
If you're like me and don't have MLB Network, you missed out on Ernie Harwell's appearance with Bob Costas last night. Jason Beck does his best to capture the highlights. Many of the stories we know. The beauty is in hearing Ernie tell them.
Smoking Loon I doubt it as well. I'll miss everything but the pitching.
Smoking Loon "Winning." Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Yup, no sense hanging around on a floundering team of no-names
boy was i ever wrong, i had thought Scherzer had about 210 million reasons to sign w/the Nats, instead it
StorminNorman$ being a lefty, some team will take a chance on him - though i doubt it will be DET (even
Only Tiger Fan in Mississippi Ok...a new topic, via Ken Rosenthal, Coke Zero uses Diet Coke to drop 15 lbs
He is still looking for
Smoking Loon I'm relieved that this matter has been put to bed. Onward. I don't recall any recent teams with starting rotations