Originally written on MyTeamRivals.com  |  Last updated 11/13/14
Before we talk about a team that has now dropped three in a row on the road like the Detroit Tigers, we must note that the Chicago White Sox have acquired Francisco Liriano. They have shored up their rotation, and been super aggressive as the trade deadline neared this year. There have been some rumblings that the Tigers are interested in adding another right handed bat. There have also been some rumors that they are interested in acquiring Scott Hariston of the New York Mets. Before we get into all that let us look at this team once again. We can find no blame in the effort but forth by the starting pitchers. Anibal Sanchez looked good today before giving up three home runs, but once again the problem here seems to be offense. The offense has gone cold yet again, and this is not the first time we have had to write that or all of you have seen it. Omar Infante went 0-3 today, and has just two hits in time since he returned to the Tigers. Since he is the 9th hitter we cannot put the ...
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  • Tigers need to just cut Rayburn and grab another pitcher.

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