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  1. The Rise of Justin Verlander

    by , 07-31-2009 at 03:47 AM
    With all of the talk centering around the Tigers turning down a deal for Roy Halladay, lets look at what our current staff ace has done this season...

    Last year, Verlander was the talk of Detroit. But, it was for all of the wrong reasons. He ended the season with a 4.84 ERA, 17 losses and the most walks issued in his 3 year career. He had gone from the No-hitter and All Star golden boy to the fans whipping boy. Of course, those who looked at his peripheral numbers (like his 4.18 FIP) ...
  2. What Lies Ahead for ol' 901?

    by , 07-31-2009 at 03:21 AM
    I have never known exactly what I wanted to be, and to this day it remains the same way. Granted over the years I have wanted many careers, my first when was when I was 6 and I wanted to be a power ranger , I've wanted to be a railroad engineer/conductor, historian, artist, truck driver, business owner, working in business/management, baseball front office, sex slave (not really), History teacher, Catholic Priest, Cop, Lawyer, Judge, President, Governor, Senator, baseball broadcaster, any ...
  3. No-hitter goes into extra innings

    by , 07-22-2009 at 11:16 PM
    The Whitecaps pitching threw a 1 hitter, but wondered if they would win the game on Monday night. It was the last game of the homestand and they were playing a three game series against their Western rival, Kane County. The Whitecaps dominated in the first game Saturday night 7-1, but on Sunday, Kane County turned the tables and beat us 7-4.

    So, Monday night, we were expecting another blow out one way or another. It did not take long to figure out that we were in for an old fashioned ...

    Updated 07-22-2009 at 11:30 PM by whitecapwendy (update on game)

  4. Tiger Thoughts...

    by , 07-21-2009 at 10:13 AM
    Sorry for borrowing a title to a very good blog, I just have a few thoughts of my own right now. I think the Tigers are at a critical stage of the season, where they must figure out if they should be legitimate contenders, or if they are pretenders. They have some pieces available in the farm system that I think would have more value to the Tigers as players, than they would garner in a trade. Take Scott Sizemore, for example. Generally he's not regarded as a top 100 type of prospect, but he ...
  5. A Tee, A Tyke, A Tiger, and A TV show

    by , 07-18-2009 at 05:33 PM
    It has been an eventful several days at the ballpark

    On Wednesday a TV show was made at the ballpark as Adam Richman, from the Travel Channel's Man Vs Food, came to conquer the fifth third burger.

    The Whitecaps lost the opener of the series to Peoria.

    Thursday night, was 70's night ...
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