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The Cabrera- Willis Trade – early returns

04.12.2007 27 comments

What’s being said about the trade of trades… Baseball Prospectus | Unfiltered Four is the number of relatively cheap arbitration-eligible seasons that the Tigers are picking up between Cabrera and Willis. Half of the league is willing to bend over backward — perhaps giving up a package analogous to what the Tigers just gave up […]

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Holy Freakin Crap

04.12.2007 98 comments

The Tigers have pulled off a franchise altering trade today sending former first round picks Cameron Maybin and Andrew Miller, along with Mike Rabelo and 3 minor league pitchers to the Florida Marlins for Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis. When Dave Dombrowski decides to go for it, boy does he go for it. Like in […]

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Rogers, Rumors, and the Winter Meetings

03.12.2007 88 comments

The Winter Meetings kicked off today. My fellow bloggers have already commented on how it will be a fairly quiet meetings for the Tigers. That’s what happens when you fill your biggest needs within a couple weeks of the end of the season. Still, I don’t think the Tigers are done this offseason. While I […]

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Game 128: Yankees at Tigers

24.08.2007 440 comments

PREGAME: The Tigers take another crack at Roger Clemens who they had no trouble hitting last week, they just had trouble scoring. The Tigers mustered 10 hits in 6 innings, but only 2 runs thanks to 8 strikeouts which all seemed to come with guys on base. For the Tigers it will be Andrew Miller […]

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A different look at Andrew Miller

30.06.2007 14 comments

On Sunday, June 24th Andrew Miller took center stage on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball and promptly pitched 6 shut out innings. Miller only allowed 4 hits and 2 walks and was never really threatened. Was this a dominant performance by a young stud pitcher, or just another day at the office for the slumping Braves? […]

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