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IAN KINSLER RUMORS & GOSSIP

MLB Week 6 Recap: Miggy hits No. 400, Marlins fire Redmond

USATI The Miami Marlins ended what a been a pretty quiet week around the league with the firing of their manager and then the questionable replacement choice. The Houston Astros just keep winning, and Miguel Cabrera now tops the list of all time Venezuelan homerun leaders, passing Andres Galarraga on Saturday. American League East: The New York Yankees dropped 5 of their 6 games...
Via Sports-Glory
3 days ago  |  Discuss

GIF: Jose Iglesias, Ian Kinsler Turn Brilliant Double Play vs. Twins

Jose Iglesias was at it again Thursday afternoon, pairing with Ian Kinsler to turn an incredible double play on Minnesota Twins catcher Kurt Suzuki. Iglesias nabbed a grounder behind the second base back, flipped the ball with his glove to Kinsler, who barehanded it and fired to first. Glove flip ✔️ Bare hand ✔️ Scoop at first ✔️ This double play has it all. pic.twitter...
Via The Detroit Sports Site
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Ian Kinsler makes sliding play, wipes hand, Taylor Swift reacts

Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler made a nifty sliding play up the middle, getting to his feet and throwing out Lorenzo Cain Sunday night. The nice range shown by Kinsler was nice and the fact that Cain can run made the play better. But the most impressive part is subtle. Shockingly, ESPN’s John Kruk looked up from his in-game meal and noticed. Kinsler wiped his wet right hand...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Game 2015.31: Royals at Tigers

Yesterday’s game was looking like it was going to be a reverse of the series in Kansas City, with the Tigers opening up with a blowout, but it turned into a close game with an unusual and exciting finish. After Gose led off the inning with a double, Ian Kinsler laid down the perfect bunt to advance him to 3rd, but and ill-advised throw to first went astray, and Gose scampered home...
Via Tigers Weblog
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers Want It Called “The Kinsler Trade”

“The Ian Kinsler Trade” sounds a lot better than “The Prince Fielder Trade” if things work out best for the Detroit Tigers over the long haul. Ian Kinsler has moved to Detroit in 2014 and is off to an excellent start in the Motor City. With a well-timed hot start, Kinsler is quickly becoming a fan favorite. He has taken up residence in either of the top two spots of the...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Breaking down the Detroit Tigers’ first three weeks of baseball

The 2014 Major League Baseball season has been in full swing fore more than three weeks and the Detroit Tigers have a 9-6 record. Let’s examine how the Tigers are doing as a team, as well as individually. Team Perspective Good: Winning ways The Tigers are currently sitting atop of the American League Central (9-6). The AL Central as a whole is playing .500 baseball and the Kansas...
Via isportsweb.com
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers: 2014 batting order outlook

Jose Iglesias perfectly executing a sacrifice bunt (Photo credit: Leon Halip/Getty Images) The first six hitters in the 2013 Detroit Tigers’ batting order were terrifying, marked by the three-headed monster consisting of Miguel Cabrera, Prince Fielder, and Victor Martinez. The bottom three hitters of the lineup weren’t  nearly as frightening. Jim Leyland was never a guy to mix...
Via isportsweb.com
January 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers: Summarizing offseason moves

Prince Fielder (photo credit Greg M. Cooper/ USA Today) Since the Detroit Tigers’ World Series appearance in 2006, their first appearance in 22 years, the franchise has transformed from the laughingstock of the MLB, into a championship contending team; a team whose season is deemed a failure if they are not crowned champions. The 2013 postseason came to an end in a bitter fashion...
Via isportsweb.com
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Detroit Tigers rumors: are they done?

Could this truly be it for the Detroit Tigers’ offseason leading up to a hopeful 2014 campaign? GM Dave Dombrowski has acted in a quick and decisive fashion to remodel the roster from a group of plodding bashers to a speedy, more energetic team. The merits of that makeover can be debated until the sun goes down next October but offensively all we can say at this point is that the...
Via isportsweb.com
December 13, 2013  |  Discuss
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