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Questioning the IBB

24.04.2010 12 comments

Max Scherzer had a strong start. The Tigers worked Rich Harden enough to chase him in the 5th. They came back in the 9th, but couldn’t extend the game to the 10th as Jim Leyland makes a curious decision.

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Is it time for Ni-Lyon?

25.09.2009 4 comments

Bobby Seay, the Tigers primary lefty out of the pen is hurting. Gerald Laird called for trainer Kevin Rand to visit the mound after he saw something amiss in one of Seay’s pitches last night. Seay didn’t immediately leave the game, but he did after allowing a single to Travis Hafner. Now Seay is on his way to the MRI machine.

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Junk Balling – All Star break edition

12.07.2009 5 comments

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 can always flip over to ESPN and catch Scott Sizemore, the lone Tigers representative in the All Star Future’s game. With Polanco on the last year of his contract and […]

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Nate Robertson to DL, Ni called up

28.06.2009 24 comments

Nate Robertson was placed on the DL today (retroactive to the 27th) with a mass in his elbow. Fu Te Ni had his contract purchased. A hearty DTW shout out to East Windup Chronicle which had the Ni call up story before everyone else. Tigers to Call Up Ni Fu-te | UPDATE: The mass appears […]

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Fien, Dolsi cut

22.03.2009 12 comments

A couple of bullpen candidates have been trimmed from the big league camp. Freddy Dolsi was optioned to Toledo and Casey Fien was assigned to minor league camp. Fu Te Ni was also assinged to minor league camp. The Fien move is a little surprising because he has pitched so well this spring, but as […]

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Tigers sign Fu-Te Ni

10.01.2009 12 comments

The Tigers have turned to the Pacific Rim to bring in another reliever candidate (yeah, here’s the nearly as confusing translated version). Fu-Te Ni is a lefty reliever from Taiwan. What we can ascertain, thanks in large part this comment and this post from East Wind Up Chronicle, that he will be starting in AAA. […]

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