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Investigative sideline reporter Erin Andrews noted that Joe Leyland was smoking in the dugout

Erin Andrews can laugh and laugh with the best of them. Especially if Joe Leyland smokes in the dugout during a blackout. Do you know what it's like to laugh like that? [TBL] Later, EA may or may not have spotted Justin Bieber. **Follow us on Twitter, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return HomeFollow us on Twitter. Subscribe or Return to Bob's Blitz.

Photo: Perfect shot of Erin Andrews getting doused by Gatorade bath

Erin Andrews took a Gatorade bath while conducting a post-game interview with Boston catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia.

Red Sox-Tigers Preview

The last time Justin Verlander took the mound, his team's season was on the line. The stakes won't be quite that high for his next start, but the Detroit Tigers could certainly use another brilliant performance from their star right-hander after blowing a chance to take control of the AL championship series. Detroit wasted a five-run lead Sunday night in Game 2, allowing...

ALCS Game Three: Lackey Outduels Verlander, Napoli’s Bat Awakens, Breslow Freaks Out

Coming into this series, the FOX announcers made sure we knew one thing: THAT JUSTIN VERLANDER IS AN UNSTOPPABLE FORCE OF NATURE. Seriously. You DO NOT WANT TO FACE THIS GUY IN THE ALCS. AND THE TIGERS ARE GOING TO THROW HIM AT YOU TWICE! TWICE! Even as the Sox turned in some late night fireworks on Sunday to turn the tide of game two, all we heard about was VERLANDER WAITING IN...

Erin Andrews nearly refers to Justin Verlander as “Justin Bieber”

After calling Jim Leyland “Joe” earlier in the game, Erin Andrews nearly had another embarrassing name screwup in a postgame interview with Mike Napoli. When asking Napoli, who homered for the game’s only run, about his success against Verlander, Andrews had to stop herself from channeling her inner-Belieber at the last second. The post Erin Andrews nearly refers to Justin...

Justin Verlander Says Shane Victorino Gets Hit by Pitches That Are Strikes, Umpires Need to Be Aware

Shane Victorino has been lauded for making hay from the batter’s box ever since he started hitting exclusively right-handed. But that righty stance — or just the way Victorino stands in at all — has some people thinking that’s also why Victorino has been hit by pitches five times this postseason and an American League-leading 18 times this year (11 of which came in the 38...

Torii Hunter Sounds Off on Bullpen Cop

Justin Verlander is accusing Shane Victorino of throwing himself in front of fast balls and now Torii Hunter is whining too. Is this a case of SLS (Sore Loser Syndrome)? If you remember (of course you do), Hunter flipped over the bullpen wall trying to catch David Ortiz's eighth-inning, game-tying grand slam. It was a pretty hard spill, but he got up OK. Well, it looks like Hunter...

Tigers forget Game 2, focus on home stand

DETROIT -- The Detroit Tigers have done the math. They have home-field advantage in a best-of-five series for the American League pennant, and they have Justin Verlander, Anibal Sanchez and Max Scherzer pitching in four of the five games. Those are the starters who just set a major-league record by taking no-hitters into the sixth inning of three straight postseason games. Would...

ALCS Game 3: Red Sox at Tigers - Lackey in showdown with Verlander as series shifts to Motown

Ben Whitehead Contributing Writer October baseball hit a fever pitch at Fenway Park Sunday night when David Ortiz continued his magical postseason career with a game-tying eighth inning grand slam and Jarrod Saltalamacchia ended the game with a walk-off single. Now, the ALCS is tied 1-1 as the series shifts to Detroit for the next three games, where the Tigers took 3-of-4 from...

Erin Andrews Gets Drenched With Gatorade Shower Meant for Jarrod Saltalamacchia After Red Sox’ Dramatic Win (GIF)

Jenny Dell and Jamie Erdahl have both been caught in the crossfire of a celebratory Gatorade shower this season at Fenway Park. On Sunday, it was a national reporter who took one for the team. Moments after the Red Sox’ thrilling, come-from-behind, ALCS-tying victory over the Tigers, FOX Sports sideline reporter Erin Andrews caught up with Jarrod Saltalamacchia to get the catcher’s...

Dugout Digest - one more step

There were two games yesterday, and the results of both were pretty telling. The Red Sox beat the Tigers 1-0, but Justin Verlander made just one mistake on the hill for Detroit. The Cardinals beat the Dodgers 4-2, and Ricky Nolasco really had just one bad inning. But hey, when your opponent isn't making mistakes, or is getting out of tough innings, one mistake or one bad inning...

ALCS Game 3 Preview: Boston Visits Detroit

American League Championship Series – Game 3Boston at Detroit3:07 ET FoxJohn Lackey (10-13, 3.52) vs. Justin Verlander (13-12, 3.46)Just when...

RSL Poll: Will Victorino get beaned today

The Guru Contributing Writer With the ALCS tied 1-1, great starting pitching performances from the Tigers and dramatic comebacks from the Red Sox, the series got some added juice Monday courtesy of today's Game 3 starter Justin Verlander. Shane Victorino led the league this season in hit-by-pitches with 18 during the regular season and he has been hit five times in seven...

Napoli And Gomes Likely Starters In Game 3

Red Sox manager John Farrell stated that Mike Napoil (7 for 23 against Justin Verlander) will start in Game Three of the ALCS today. The manager also hinted that Jonny Gomes (0 for 9 against Verlander) would get the start in left field. Farrell basically said Gomes is in the lineup for his "personality" and not his performance. OK.
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