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Month: May 2014
Detroit beat Oakland in the final game of a four game series, 5-4, on the road for a series split. The Tigers probably should have scored in the first inning. Maybe send Don Kelly home (or be properly prepared, Kells) on Victor’s hit with two runners on. Instead, we loaded the bases and grounded into […]
It was a back-and-forth brawl. Sluggfest. Snarfest. The scored was tied 2-2 when my dad and I walked in the door. Miguel Cabrera instantly broke the silence with a blast to left-center, upping the score in favor of Detroit. Detroit tacked on another run when Alex Avila drove a double just south of being a […]
Papa Willie Mays saves the water from stealing his son’s first home run ball:
Eastern Conference Finals
Strap up, snarfs: California Chrome is coming.
Which one’s am I even talking about? The one’s post-game or the one’s off the ends of the Tiger bats?! Anibal Sanchez pitched magnificently, going seven innings with just a two-run hiccup in the second inning. Sanchez surrendered five hits, no walks, and struck out five Rangers. Austin Jackson answered the two-run inning with a home […]
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Worth steps in and K’s two