All posts tagged "brandon inge"

  • They’re coming home

    It looked a like laugher, but then the jokes stopped getting funny, then the Miguel Cabrera had the last laugh.

  • What the heck is going on (re: trade rumors)?

    I don’t remember the general manager meetings being this interesting in past years. Most of the action seems to usually take place at the winter...

  • Inge has his surgery

    The Detroit Tigers announced third baseman Brandon Inge underwent surgery on Tuesday to address the chronic patellar tendinitis in both of his knees that plagued...

  • Infirmary report and other thoughts

    Aside from Joel Zumaya’s season ending surgery, the news is actually pretty good on the injury front. So much so that the only wound licking...

  • Frustration

    When things start to get really dire for the Tigers, I usually use this space to try and provide some perspective. This isn’t only for...

  • All Star Game 2009

    With four Tigers on the roster, it only seems fitting that we have a game thread. Plus it gives me a chance to catch-up on...

  • Junk Balling – All Star break edition

    A pile of links on the eve of the All Star break… If you find yourself a little bored with the Tigers game today, you...

  • Inge makes it

    After long hours by many many Detroiters and Michiganders, Brandon Inge made his first All Star game. Yes there are flaws in the All Star...

  • Tiger Striped All Stars

    The Tigers are sending 3 representatives to the All Star game, and maybe one more. Justin Verlander, Edwin Jackson, and Curtis Granderson were all named...

  • Vote Early, Vote Often, Vote Inge

    The campaigning has been going on since April when teams started to promote their players for the All Star Game. On basic principle I try...

  • Could Brandon Inge be poised for a breakout?

    The often offensively challenged Brandon Inge started out the season homering in 3 straight games. While he has dropped off the 162 homer season pace...

  • 2008 Offseason Preamble

    With a disastrous season completed it is time to head into the offseason. Given the gravity of the collapse, you know with the high payroll...