2009 Season

  • Sizemore leaves AFL game with injury

    Scott Sizemore, the heir apparent at second base left today’s game in the first inning due to an injury. He was trying to turn a...

  • Much ado about Carlos Guillen

    Jason Beck caught up with Carlos Guillen late last week and a maelstrom was the result. Guillen wasn’t happy with the way Jim Leyland handled...

  • Desert Update: Sizemore Shines

    The Tigers representatives in the Arizona Fall League now have a week under their belts. Since the opener most have handled the challenge quite well...

  • Quantifying Lloyd McClendon

    It’s no secret that the Tigers offense was far from satisfying this year. It was the second year in a row that the offense seemed...

  • Quantifying Gerald Laird

    Laird's difficulties with the bat make him a liability at the plate and he was 16.9 runs below average with the bat (about 1.5 wins...

  • AFL Season kicks off

    The Arizona Fall League started today. The Tigers had quite a few representatives in today's effort, a game that saw the opposition hang 17 runs...

  • The 9th Inning – 2009 Edition

    Long time readers of this site remember a feature called the Inning Report. Reader Sam Hoff would break down the season into 18 game segments...

  • The Dombrowski Presser

    Dave Dombrowski met with the press today and fielded questions for about an hour. Jaosn Beck, Tom Gage, and John Lowe had it covered. There...

  • What’s next at DTW

    It's the end of the season. A time to say thank you and a time to look at what's to come.

  • Game 2009.163: Tigers at Twins postgame

    Congratulations to the Minnesota Twins and their fans. You have to hand it to a team that finished the season 17-4 (and the Tigers were...

  • Game 2009.163: Tigers at Twins continued

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  • Game 2009.163: Tigers at Twins

    Of all the years for MLB to do away with their asinine coin-flipping scenario for deciding home field advantage for tiebreaker games. Of course...