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    by , 11-18-2011 at 11:23 PM (WATCHING FROM THE VILLAGES, FLORIDA)
    Why would anyone want to cut down a beautiful young tree in an urban environment?

    To get the bicycle that was chained there.

  2. 08-19-11--DETROIT VS CLEVELAND--7:05PM

    by , 08-19-2011 at 05:21 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    I'd feel much better about this series if Verlander were pitching on Sunday. The Indians have a strong left-handed hitting lineup that could feast on Scherzer, Fister and Porcello. Choo is back from the DL and swinging the bat very well and Fukodome is hitting line drives all over the field (including off the White Sox SP's forehead...scary moment!)
  3. oreo

    by , 08-18-2011 at 08:59 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Antrat View Post
    I agree 100% with this post.
  4. Poor Baserunning and Bullpen Costly; Turner brilliant in his debut

    by , 07-31-2011 at 12:10 PM
    I was watching the game on TV yesterday and was absolutely incredulous that, late in the game with the Tigers trailing 3-1, Miguel Cabrera stopped at 1B on his drive up the right center field gap. Cabrera isn't a fast runner but he generally seems to be smart on the basepaths. Ordonez made it from 1B to 3B on the play.

    As a result, with only one out, the Double Play was still in order. Then on a ground ball to 2B, Magglio seemed to initially hesitate off of 3B before coming home. ...
  5. 7/27/11- Prototypical tigers game.

    by , 07-27-2011 at 06:21 PM
    It was another one of those classic second half tigers games today! Even though we lost 2 to 1 a lot can be learned from this game. Shal we go into detail on these things?

    1. Jim makes poor lineup decisions. Again. - It takes one poor decision by a manager to lose a game, and Jim probably lost todays game for us. With the bases loaded and 1 man out Ryan Raburn came trotting up to the plate and struckout to kill a perfect shot at going ahead in the game. Rather than playing ...
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