Game 2015.98: Detroit at Boston

No movement on the trade front, but everything is pointing that way. Price’s agent told MLB Network radio that he’s not optimistic that Price will be in Detroit much longer.

If you didn’t see it yet, the Royals (who are 10.5 games ahead of the Tigers, yes 10.5), picked up Johnny Cueto. Not that we were going to catch them, but they are the odds on favorite to win the AL now (even more so). I doubt we would have traded Price within the division, so no harm there, but we really should deal him before every contender makes a move.

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

14 thoughts on “Game 2015.98: Detroit at Boston”

  1. With Minn losing a chance to pick up an important game in the Wild card….but to the Tigers that usually means they can take another day off because they won’t fall farther back…we have seen this happen all year. 0 sense of urgency!!!!

  2. Another Tiger thrown out on the bases. Of course, as bad as their base running has been Toronto sewed up Fail of the Year tonight.

  3. Hey McCann we teach our high school players not to try and advance to third on a ball in front of you….does any one coach this team….stupid!

  4. How come everytime they show DD I am hoping he’s on the phone finding us a manager first and then some players!!!!

  5. Tigers are 0 for 25 in chances to advance their cause in the playoff race. At least they are consistent…Meanwhile after banging out 2 hits today Assmus will state after the game..” I’m not worried……..go DD…sell..sell.sell!

  6. Seattle..Boston..Tampa..three teams going nowhere and the Tigers won’t go .500 against them . But our great leader says, not to worry. Were only 4 games out…..”This is a recording!…

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