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The final hours, seconds, and minutes of 2012 are dwindling to a close. With 2012 just about over, I find myself sitting back and reflecting on the Detroit Tigers 2012 season. It was a season that started with gargantuan expectations, after owner Mick Illitch opened up his wallet and added Prince Fielder.
The 2012 season wasn’t a dream season per se’. There was lots of highs and lows, but in the end the Tigers found themselves in the World Series. However, they fell four wins short of their ultimate goal of winning a World Championship.
Lets take a look forward now to the fresh start we can call 2013.
‘New Years Resolutions’ are typically something we say we’re going to try do to better ourselves in the coming year. Most of them are common goals. Some people want to quit smoking, lose weight, try and do something in their job career. But by two months in to trying to get their goal- people give up.
But, for these 5 Tigers’ players, I hope they follow through and persue.
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Torii Hunter said that having a gay teammate would be 'difficult and uncomfortable.' See the reason he gave here.
Let the damage control begin. Over the weekend, Kevin Baxter of the LA Times published a piece that quoted Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter as saying he would be uncomfortable with a gay teammate. He said his stance was based on his Christian faith, and as expected Hunter has been getting blasted for his lack of acceptance and beliefs that many feel are outdated. On Monday...
Torii Hunter‘s comments regarding the prospect of playing with an openly gay teammate may have been misinterpreted, but the outfielder’s follow-up couldn’t be any clearer.
Hunter, who was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article over the weekend as saying that playing with an openly gay teammate would be “difficult and uncomfortable,” took to Twitter on Monday to clarify his...
Torii Hunter signed with the Detroit Tigers in the offseason for $26 million dollars over two seasons. The former Twins and Angels outfielder joins a Tigers team that made it to the World Series last season.Expected to be a clubhouse leader for Detroit, Hunter has started off on the wrong foot. He was quoted saying that having a gay teammate would be “difficult and uncomfortable...
Saturday, Kevin Baxter of the LA Times released an article entitled “In pro sports, gay athletes still feel unwelcome” stating that the country’s four major sports leagues remain among the last bastions of homophobia in the U.S. And within the article Baxter supposedly quoted current Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter (who spent the last several seasons in LA with the Angels...
Torii Hunter is one of the most respected players in all of major League Baseball. He has always been an ideal teammate and citizen and leader for every team he played for, leading the Detroit Tigers to sign him to a two year deal this offseason worth $26 million. He is looking forward to playing with the likes of Miguel Cabrera and Prince Fielder and Justin Verlander.
Newly acquired Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter has never been one to shy away from an opinion, especially when it comes to expressing his Christian beliefs.
Over the weekend, Hunter was quoted by Kevin Baxter in a Los Angeles Times piece entitled “In pro sports, gay athletes still feel unwelcome” that having an openly gay teammate would be “difficult” and “uncomfortable”...
Notre Dame commitment Torii Hunter Jr. sounds off on his strengths as a player and his future role in South Bend.
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