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Detroit Tigers hitting instructor Toby Harrah interrupted a Victor Martinez interview with MLB Network to let him know that he can freakin' hit:
Seems like somebody may have spiked Harrah's non-alcoholic bubbly. Oh yeah, don't mind my hurried, wrong transcription.
BEST OF MAXIM
The last entrant into the league championship series round of the Major League Postseason punched their ticket last night in Oakland. Behind a stellar effort by starting pitcher Justin Verlander the Detroit Tigers shutout the Oakland A’s, 3-0, to win their American League Division Series three games to two.
Verlander and the Tigers were staked to a two run lead in the fourth inning...
Detroit Tigers’ Justin Verlander and Miguel Cabrera were understandably pumped after beating the Oakland A’s in game 5 of the ALDS. Both of them dropped a few “f*ck yeah’s” on live TV afterwards, but who could blame them? It was an epic come back from the brink of defeat.
Down two games to one and 3-0 in Game 4, the Detroit Tigers came back to win the best-of-five American League Divisional League series. I guess that means they can celebrate any way they want to. And they did. Oddly. It’s called the Haka and it was taken from a Samoan/Pacific Island thing.
Last November, Torii Hunter signed a two year contact with the Detroit Tigers and most believed he would call it a career at the end of the contract. But now Hunter, at age 38, is confident he can play beyond 2014.
As reported by Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com, Hunter has in many ways defied age. He played in 148 games this season, and although he moved from center field to right...
Anibal Sanchez’s start against the Oakland A’s in Game 3 of the ALDS was one of the worst of his season. He’ll get a chance to redeem himself in Game 1 of the ALCS against Boston.
#Tigers Jim Leyland announces Anibal Sanchez will start Game One of ALCS in Boston Saturday night.
— WXYZ Detroit (@wxyzdetroit) October 11, 2013
There was no immediate word on how the rest of...
Baseball's winter trade market will feature a Cy Young winner.
Or two Cy Young winners.
The Rays will almost certainly trade David Price. But there's also a very real chance that the Tigers trade Max Scherzer according to sources.
Scherzer hasn't won a Cy Young yet but he's the heavy favorite to win the award in the American League this year after going 21-3 with...