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Lady At The Bat:
Here is this week's ladies linkfest:According to Cyn at Toeing The Rubber, Fenway Park's new PA announcer, whoever he/she turns out to be, will have a tough crowd to win over.Ronni has been thinking about the Designated Hitter Rule at Garlic Fries and Baseball.Read a recap of the Twins-A's series over at K-Bro's Baseball BlogAt Confessions Of A She-Fan, Jane is concerned that Quintin Berry, the replacement for injured Detroit Tiger Austin Jackson, might become a Yankee killer.Other Notes:* There's still time to "Like" the blog's Facebook Page for a chance to win a signed copy of Marty Appel's Pinstripe Empire.*After a week off, the podcast returns on Monday. Chris Carelli of Yanks Go Yard and Michael Clair of Old Time Family Baseball are scheduled to appear.Happy Weekend, everyone!
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DETROIT -- There is an unsettling notion flying around Comerica Park and it goes a little something like this: Quintin Berry's roster spot is still up in the air.
No, it's true. Even after this scalding cup of coffee has managed to inject a little life into the Tigers over the last couple of weeks.
Quintin Berry is fast. He plays his tail off. His swing is improving. Most...
Unless the profile picture of Detroit Tigers center fielder Quintin Berry on Yahoo! Sports is a sideways picture of Berry with his head cut off, this should probably be fixed:
As of this writing, Berry's profile still shows this picture. So what gives?
H/T Sports Pickle.
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Adam Jones is ecstatic about one particular baseball transaction during the last week.
No, its not his six-year, 85.5 million extension with the Baltimore Orioles.
It was the Detroit Tigers decision to call up outfielder Quintin Berry, Jones best friend since they were 5 years old and attending Webster Elementary School in San Diego. The two are so close that Jones is the godfather...
BOSTON - Max Scherzer pitched six innings and rookie Quintin Berry starred both offensively and defensively as the Detroit Tigers avoided a four-game sweep at the hands of the Red Sox with a 7-3 win over Boston on Thursday night. Scherzer, who came into the game having struck out 24 batters in his last two starts (15 in one), won his third in a row to go to 5-3 on the season. The...