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You can’t spell Scherzer without K

30.05.2010 1 comment

In honor of Max Scherzer’s 14 strikeout effort, here are 14 thoughts/items/factoids about today’s 10-2 much needed win against Oakland.

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Tigers Minor League Wrap 5.25.10

25.05.2010

On a night when Carlos Guillen and Max Scherzer both starred for the Mud Hens, the most impressive performance once again came from Charlie Furbush.

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Tigers Minor League Wrap 5.20.2010

20.05.2010 7 comments

Max Scherzer stars but check out what Charlie Furbush is doing. Ryan Raburn and Scott Sizemore are producing for the Mud Hens.

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Tigers option Sizemore and Scherzer – Guillen to play 2B

16.05.2010 36 comments

The Tigers have optioned Scott Sizemore and Max Scherzer to Toledo. In their place come Armando Galarraga and Danny Worth. Worth wasn’t on the 40 man roster so his contract was purchased.

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Another Scherzer slugfest

14.05.2010 5 comments

Something is wrong with Max Scherzer. Tonight’s first inning was some kind of awful as Scherzer couldn’t locate his offspeed pitches and his fastball wasn’t so deceptive either. It’s one thing to have a rough go of it, but two of the last three starts saw the Tigers out of the game after the first inning

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Maxed Out

03.05.2010 2 comments

Max Scherzer didn’t really give his team a chance to win, and that’s pretty much the game story in a nutshell. Speaking of shells, Scherzer was pummeled early and often and the Tigers were down 7-0 nothing before they even got their bearings at Target Field.

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Game 2010.022: Twins at Tigers

28.04.2010 64 comments

Scott Baker and his reverse platoon split ways will take on Max Scherzer as the Tigers try to draw the series even with the Minnesota Twins.

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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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A Discouraging Turn

17.04.2010 9 comments

The Tigers have taken two turns through the rotation. The first was largely encouraging. A Max Scherzer 1 run effort and reasons for hope from Dontrelle Willis and Jeremy Bonderman highlighted the pass with rough but acceptable outings from Justin Verlander and Rick Porcello. This second turn though…oh man.

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Perusing PECOTA

30.01.2010 43 comments

Baseball Prospectus released the first run of their 2010 PECOTA numbers this week, which makes for much fun in the stat-centric baseball community. PECOTA differentiates itself from many of the other predictors by finding pools of comparable players to make their predictions. While the numbers are premium content (and can also be found in the printed annual), I will share a few of the items that jumped out at me about the Tigers.

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More notes on the trade

09.12.2009 49 comments

It looks like there will be plenty of news, notes, and opinion on the trade that will come out today – along with a formal announcement and quotes galore. I’ll use this post to try and capture some of the more salient information.

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What the Tigers got

08.12.2009 31 comments

As unpleasant as giving up Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson is, the Tigers did manage to net themselves a handful of players who will be able to help in 2010. For the most part these aren’t prospects where fans need to hope that they pan out. The Tigers added a starting pitcher, 2 bullpen arms, and hopefully a centerfielder for the near future.

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