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Game 2013.155: White Sox at Tigers

21.09.2013 50 comments

Detroit Tigers: 90-64, 1st Place (6.0 ahead of Cleveland).  Magic Number: 3 Well, it looks like the 5th time was the charm. Max Scherzer is now a proud 20-game winner, and had a sip of the bubbly to celebrate…apparently he is saving the magnum of Stroh’s for the postseason. Max also became only the 11th […]

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Game 2013.154: White Sox at Tigers

20.09.2013 21 comments

Detroit Tigers: 89-64, 1st Place (6.0 ahead of Cleveland).  Magic Number: 4 It would be nice if the Tigers could win the division this weekend on their last home stand–hey, it would be nice whenever they win the division. That might be a tough task though with Cleveland playing three games against the Astros, who […]

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Game 2013.146: Tigers at White Sox

11.09.2013 42 comments

Detroit Tigers: 83-62, 1st Place (6.0 ahead of Cleveland).  Well, if the Tigers are going to insist on playing the feast-or-famine game on offense, we might as well enjoy the feast, right? Great games by Fielder, Martinez, Avila, and Iglesias. Cabrera concerns me: he did hit 3 fairly deep, but he just doesn’t seem to […]

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Game 2013.145: Tigers at White Sox

10.09.2013 66 comments

Detroit Tigers: 82-62, 1st Place (4.5 ahead of Cleveland).  It’s never a good sign when one of the top highlights of the game is an ejection. But in the first inning Miguel Cabrera was tossed for the second time this season in the middle of an at bat, and like last time was just talking […]

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Game 2013.144: Tigers at White Sox

09.09.2013 31 comments

Detroit Tigers: 82-61, 1st Place (5.5 ahead of Cleveland).  The Tigers still have a fairly comfortable 5.5 game lead over Cleveland, so things are hardly going badly. Although they may have the race in hand, it is hardly encouraging to watch them hobble down the home stretch (literally and figuratively), and hardly a good harbinger […]

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Game 2013.137: Indians at Tigers

01.09.2013 84 comments

Detroit Tigers: 80-56, 1st Place (8.5 ahead of Cleveland).  Well, this is it, that last Tigers-Indians game of 2013. The Tigers will finish the season series either 16-3 or 15-4 against Cleveland, depending on what Justin Verlander and the B Team can do this afternoon.  As the Indians leave the field toward that visitor’s clubhouse […]

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Game 2013.136: Indians at Tigers

31.08.2013 54 comments

Detroit Tigers: 79-56, 1st Place (7.5 ahead of Cleveland).  Really, it is the most remarkable thing: Cleveland just cannot beat Detroit. After cruising to a rain-shortened victory last night, Detroit improved to 14-3 against their division rivals. There is nothing like that at the top of any other division in baseball; I don’t know when […]

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Game 2013.135: Indians at Tigers

30.08.2013 33 comments

Detroit Tigers: 78-56, 1st Place (6.5 ahead of Cleveland).  The last time I did a post, the Tigers were 5.5 games ahead of Cleveland. After going 4-4 in the meantime, they have somehow increased their lead to 6.5 games. The Tigers of course, as we know–and if you don’t know, well then, good for your […]

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Game 2013.127: Twins at Tigers

22.08.2013 50 comments

Detroit Tigers: 74-51, 1st Place (5.5 ahead of Cleveland). Best record in the AL. Anyone who woke up this morning and looked at the 7-1 score of last night’s game would think the Tigers had an easy one, but it was anything but. Kevin Correia breezed through the Tiger lineup in what looked like it […]

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Game 2013.126: Twins at Tigers

21.08.2013 43 comments

Detroit Tigers: 73-51, 1st Place (5.5 ahead of Cleveland). Best record in the AL. Well, apparently I managed to jinx Omar Infante, Rick Porcello, and Miguel Cabrera, all in the same post yesterday. Of course, nobody wins them all. And sometimes you have to tip your hat to the other guy. No, really, all joking […]

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Game 2013.125: Twins at Tigers

20.08.2013 33 comments

Detroit Tigers: 73-51, 1st Place (6.5 ahead of Cleveland). Best record in the AL. Taking 3-of-5 from Kansas City was nice (sorry, Cleveland, but KC seems the the bigger threat right now), but after being swept in both games of the double-header–and held to 1 run and 6 hits–it was very nice indeed. All the […]

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Game 2013.116: Tigers at Yankees

11.08.2013 40 comments

Detroit Tigers: 69-46, 1st Place (8 ahead of Cleveland).  Miggy is unreal.  That pitch was in his batters box and he hit a bomb. He has the cheat codes to this video game. –Tweet from Max Scherzer. Max is right on: ESPN had an overhead view of Cabrera’s home run, and the ball was not […]

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