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Gerald Laird, always the center of attention for anything involving the Tigers, made sure that his presence was felt during this evening's game against the Chicago White Sox. Laird laid down a sacrifice bunt in the 5th inning, but failed to notice the sniper in the 7th row, who struck as soon as Laird got to the base.
And since it was so nice, we did it twice.
I'm not sure Laird will be pinch running much longer if this continues.
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Tigers catcher Gerald Laird pretty much summed up how badly the Tigers’ offense has been so far this season. Laird laid down a sacrifice bunt in the 5th inning of Monday’s game. And then this happened…
Even though fewer kids are playing the game these days, here is yet another reason why baseball is awesome: because it has chubby goofballs that we chubby goofy guys can relate with.
Ladies and gentleman…Gerald Laird!
GIF source: SBNation via Reddit
You have to love Laird’s sense of humor about it too, popping right up with a smile and bowing to the U.S. Cellular Field crowd...
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The Tigers might not be running away with the Central Division as fans had hoped, but they'll always have the support of their moms.
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Tigers fans may owe Austin Jackson's mom, Alice, as much gratitude as her son does...
Justin Verlander set a good example for young Drew Smyly, and callously shut down the Oakland A’s offense. That’s the way to deal when your own team can’t score runs.
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Miguel Cabrera, Ryan Raburn and Austin Jackson homered during an eight-run rally in the sixth inning Tuesday and the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox 10-8.
The Tigers hung on in the ninth despite an injury to closer Jose Valverde. It was 10-6 when Paul Konerko singled and A.J. Pierzynski doubled with two outs for his fifth hit.
Valverde went to a 3-1 count on Alex Rios...
CHICAGO (AP) -- Miguel Cabrera, Ryan Raburn and Austin Jackson homered during an eight-run rally in the sixth inning Tuesday and the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox 10-8.
Chicago starter Jake Peavy sailed into the sixth with a 6-0 lead before Cabrera hit a long two-run homer.
Raburn hit a three-run homer off Peavy and Jackson hit a three-run drive off Will Ohman (0-2...
The 2012 edition of the Detroit Tigers are off to a sluggish start according to many of the experts. Their 17-17 record logs them into second place in the American League Central Division. Weren’t they expected to do more? Shouldn’t they have at least a five game lead at this point? At the beginning of [...]
A chance to face the Chicago White Sox couldn't come at a much better time for struggling Detroit Tigers slugger Prince Fielder.
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Fielder is 0 for...
The Tigers didn't do much on Mother's Day, but Justin Verlander and Austin Jackson did enough.
Verlander allowed one run on two hits in seven innings, while Jackson scored two of Detroit's runs and drove in the other in a 3-1 victory over the Oakland Athletics. The win gave the Tigers a split of their four-game series in Oakland and improved them to 3-4 on a road trip...
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