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  1. On 2/20/2020 at 8:34 AM, brideck said:

    Just a reminder that you can watch live video of the game online tomorrow at https://team1sports.com/southeasternfire.  The stream was password protected last year but they were giving it away to Tigers fans if you DM @SEUFireBaseball on Twitter.

    Update to this.  Per MLB rules, SEU is apparently not able to publicize the link to the stream, so you can't see it on the page I mentioned above.  If you're interested in watching today, send me a DM and I'll shoot you the direct link.  Broadcast starts at 12:50 Eastern.

  2. 7 minutes ago, stanpapi said:

    What the **** is wrong with the A's, bitching about the tarp being put on the field? You're up 5-3 in the 7th. With the weather that's coming, this is about to be an official game. All you have is a short trip to Cleveland tomorrow- so you have to wait around for a little while. It should be the tigers who are ticked off about the tarp going on a little soon. 

    It's not an official game until the Tigers get their fair turn in the 7th, hence the anger.

  3. 40 minutes ago, Keepleyland2 said:

    Salty Parker

    Years with Detroit: 1936

    Why on Earth does he have a Wikipedia page?  Anyway, he was apparently a throw-in player in the trade where the Tigers got Dizzy Trout, so that's exciting.

    This is actually a pretty sweet writeup that someone did on Salty, complete with some fun Tigers-relevant stories: http://www.faithandfearinflushing.com/2015/02/13/the-ballad-of-salty-parker/

  4. 1 minute ago, Keepleyland2 said:

    2016/15 There was a graphic at the end (can't remember which year it was) against Minnesota. 

    9/22/2016 @ Minnesota

    1 minute ago, Charles Liston said:

    What's really sweet is winning a game when you used Farmer, that's stealing one.

    Per B-R, the Tigers are 34-84 in games Farmer has appeared in, but hey, 5-4 this year.  It's a whole new Buck... or something.

  5. 1 hour ago, 1776 said:

    talking about the art of pitching and double buggy whips.

    Speaking of buggy whips... I'll confess to not listening to that many games last year, but when did he change from using the phrase buggy whip all by itself to "cleverly" attaching an intensifier to it that just so happens to match the type of hit?  For instance, a home run is a quadruple buggy whip.  I don't remember that from when I last consistently listened to games.

    I largely enjoy Dan & Jim's chemistry, but this is a bit of silliness that didn't really need to happen.

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