Head over and read the post game analysis: That’s using all your outs
Were we not just in this same situation on Sunday? Tigers open up a series against a team that just ran off 3 wins by dropping the first two games. Fortunately Max Scherzer stepped up and the offense plated enough runs for a win that time. Can Jeremy Bonderman right the ship after his last rocky appearance?
Jered Weaver goes for the Angels. The Tigers fanned 13 times last night. Weaver has 21 K’s in 19 innings this season and only 3 walks. His only (and very minor) weakness so far is the 4 homers allowed. But with the Tigers only knocking out 8 homers this year it doesn’t really play into their strengths.
It’s a very lefty lineup:
- Jackson, CF
- Damon, LF
- Ordonez, RF
- Cabrera, 1B
- Guillen, DH
- Kelly, 3B
- Avila, C
- Santiago, SS
- Sizemore, 2B
Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels – April 21, 2010 – MLB.com Gameday
Jeremy Bonderman photo courtesy of April A Taylor