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Which ex-Tiger is getting a ring in 2017

Which ex Tiger(s) will be getting a World Series ring in 2017?   9 members have voted

  1. 1. Which ex Tiger(s) will be getting a World Series ring in 2017?

    • Rajai Davis, Doug Fister, Rick Porcello & David Price with Boston
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    • Chad Green with New York? (yeah, I know he's a stretch).
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    • Austin Jackson & Andrew Miller with Cleveland
      1
    • Cameron Maybin & Justin Verlander with Houston
      6
    • Edwin Jackson & Max Scherzer with Washington
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    • Alex Avila & Justin Wilson with Chicago
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    • Curtis Granderson with Los Angeles Dodgers
      2
    • J.D. Martinez & Robbie Ray with Arizona
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    • Jose Alvarez, Jefry Marte & Justin Upton
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    • None - Minnesota, Colorado, Baltimore will win it all
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It's very likely that someone we once held dear here in Detroit will win it all this year.     This poll is about who you think will win, not who you want to win.  

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Who would I like to see win? Definitely JV and CM in Houston. That being said, if I were a betting man, I would say Grandy and the Dodgers are the best guess.

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I voted Cleveland but I want Houston to win. Primary reason I voted Cleveland is Francona,

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10 hours ago, Lifeguard said:

Who would I like to see win? Definitely JV and CM in Houston. That being said, if I were a betting man, I would say Grandy and the Dodgers are the best guess.

Billy Idol gets it. I can root for Granderson again now that he's not dressed in Bronx pinstripes.

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If JV wins one and does well in the post season that could feature prominently in his HOF plaque.  NOt sure I want that over crowding his DET time.

Yeah I'm selfish.

 

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Really good article on JV in today's USA Today rag.

Over 10 years on a team with ridiculous payrolls and he may win the WS with Houston less than three months after being traded. Forever a JV fan.

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I think the Dodgers might have peaked and have some questions with the their rotation, mostly around health.  Washington is a darkhorse, but really don't want Scherzer getting a World Series (I'm vindictive that way).  And F Cleveland.

I'm pulling for Houston.  I do want Verlander to go in to the HOF, and a World Series win (and third appearance) would help his resume.  On the HOF topic, his getting traded was the best thing.  With our current team, he would struggle to win 10-12 games per year.  With 184 career wins, he really needs at least three more years with 15 wins each to get Hall consideration, IMO.  Otherwise, he's Roy Halladay.

 

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Verlander is going to make the HoF whether he averages 12 wins or 15 wins over the next 3 years. 

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1 hour ago, Mr. Bigglesworth said:

Verlander is going to make the HoF whether he averages 12 wins or 15 wins over the next 3 years. 

It is known.

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13 hours ago, Mr. Bigglesworth said:

Verlander is going to make the HoF whether he averages 12 wins or 15 wins over the next 3 years. 

Well, he wouldn't get a dozen wins per season if he stayed.  I'm not convinced 220 wins gets him in.  He does have some great individual accomplishments and his K total is impressive, but his win total and ERA might be issues.

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16 minutes ago, Tenacious D said:

Well, he wouldn't get a dozen wins per season if he stayed.  I'm not convinced 220 wins gets him in.  He does have some great individual accomplishments and his K total is impressive, but his win total and ERA might be issues.

He's got at least 5 years left. 

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5 hours ago, TigerNation said:

He's got at least 5 years left. 

I hope so. No pitcher will likely get to 300 wins again, so it will be interesting to see what the new standard is for Hall voters.

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35 minutes ago, Casimir said:

I have no vote, but kudos to @Motor City Sonics for remember some of the lesser known names, like Green, Alvarez, and Marte.

How could you forget Jefry?    He's the only Jefry ever in the MLB

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Corey Knebel and Hernan Perez of the Brewers are quietly only 2.5 back of the WC and 3 of the division. 

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