Game 2015.102: Tigers at Orioles

2016 starts as soon as Norris gets here.

1. Kinsler, 2B
2. Iglesias, SS
3. Cespedes, LF
4. Martinez V, DH
5. Martinez J.D., RF
6. Castellanos, 3B
7. McCann, C
8. Romine, 1B
9. Davis, CF

30 thoughts on “Game 2015.102: Tigers at Orioles”

  1. Bring on the prospects and welcome back to 2004. Turn the lights out … the party is over … Tigers might contend again by about 2020 — maybe.

  2. Unfortunately the worst two baserunners in all of baseball BOTH are Remaining Tigers..Kinsler and Casstalannos rank 1-2…..

  3. In fact Showalter has someone warming up in the pen after his starter only went 2 innings ..Ausmus is calling the league office to see if thats legal!!!!

  4. Boy, is Kinsler stupid on the basepaths!
    Yay, Cespy ——we’re gonna miss you when you go!

  5. .188 on the road trip and a 7 spot…….if they could have done that 7 once in awhile we wouldn’t be in this mess under.500

  6. Groundball 6 inches from him….he misses it by 7inches…i hope the new guy we got for Soria can play 3rd…

  7. The Tigers HAVE to think about shutting Victor down….a whopping .200/271 since All Star break a long time ago. He is another Avila ,but batting 4………and doing NOTHING!

  8. Alex Wilson should get a Win, Hold and Save for that one. He really owned Chris Davis. Impressive.

    1. i agree, and w/what Ausmus has to work with, maybe he’ll finally think outside the box and scrap the ‘1-inning only/defined inning reliever role’ mindset… hell, the outcome from trying something new can’t be much worse than what’s transpired thus far in ’15

  9. That took so much effort out of the Tigers, I guarantee the next three days will be ugly…….but you know what…today was worth it!!!

    In fact Ausmus +1 bullpen management
    Ausmus -1 batting Avila in the 9th

    1. Well, he had to get Avila up, he might run into one. You know, showcasing him for trade and all. Unfortunately after that strikeout, the ham sandwiches now come without chips.

  10. Cespedes traded to Mets for two pitching prospects (Mets’ #7 & #16)… we’ll see who steps up to fill the Price/Cespedes void

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