All posts by Coleman

  • Game 2012.79: Tigers at Rays

    Detroit Tigers, 38-40, 4 games behind Chicago. Is it time to move Austin Jackson back in the lineup? AJax continues to impress, still leading the...

  • Game 2012.78: Tigers at Rays

    Detroit Tigers, 37-40, 5 games behind Chicago. Tiger record against AL East: 9-9. Yesterday we had a long intro and few comments, and the Tigers...

  • Game 2012.76: Tigers at Rays

    Detroit Tigers, 37-39, 4 games behind Chicago. Tiger record with Toby Harrah as Special Co-Hitting-Coach-Consultant-Guy: 2-0. So what kind of genius thing was that anyway,...

  • Game 2012.76: Tigers at Rays

    Detroit Tigers, 36-39, 4 games behind Chicago. The Tigers may not have been able to keep up with the Ranger scoring onslaught last night, but...

  • Game 2012.72: Tigers at Pirates

    Detroit Tigers, 34-37, 3 1/2 games behind Cleveland. The Tigers couldn’t touch Cy Lincoln, McCutchen got an 0-2 fastball he liked very much, and that...

  • Game 2012.71: Tigers at Pirates

    Detroit Tigers, 34-36, 3 1/2 games behind Cleveland. The last game had a little of everything–Pitcher Fielding Follies, Clownman antics in left, strange double-shifting–and a...

  • Game 2012.70: Tigers at Pirates

    Detroit Tigers, 34-35, 2 1/2 games behind Cleveland, Consecutive Interleague Series Won: 4. You’re welcome Pirates fans, you’re welcome. The Tigers head into Pittsburgh to...

  • Game 2012.66: Rockies at Tigers

    Detroit Tigers, 31-34, 4 games behind Chicago. The Tigers evened up the series with the Rockies, as Miguel Cabrera got the rare double (Home Run...

  • Game 2012.65: Rockies at Tigers

    Detroit Tigers, 30-34, 4 games behind Chicago (1st), 4 1/2 ahead of Twins (last). That was an exciting game last night. I had to leave...

  • Game 2012.64: Rockies at Tigers

    Detroit Tigers, 30-33, 4 games behind Chicago. Ryan Raburn is an understanding guy. He really is. He says “I would’ve booed me as well.” (No...

  • Game 2012.59: Tigers at Reds

    Detroit Tigers, 27-32, 6 games behind Chicago. Jim Leyland feels pretty good.  Every game.  Over and over. At least one can assume. “Anytime you have...

  • Game 2012.58: Tigers at Reds

    Detroit Tigers, 26-32, 6 games behind Chicago. Injury Report: Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Fog. While the result of last night’s game lingers over...