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Watch: Cabrera Eyes Consecutive Triple Crowns, Has His Way With Yankees

  Miguel Cabrera (left) is honored by MLB Commissioner Bud Selig (Right) before Game 3 of the 2012 World Series for winning the American League Triple Crown in 2012.Credit: Tim Fuller / USA Today Sports Miguel Cabrera really wants to win the Triple Crown again this year. He’s already leading in hitting, with his stellar .363 batting average (at press time). Cabrera is tied for...
Via Reading Between The Seams
August 10, 2013  |  Discuss

More Confident Davis Takes On Leadership Role

Senior cornerback Chris Davis is expected to be a key performer for the Tigers as Auburn looks to bounce back after a disappointing 2012 football season.
Via auburn.scout.com
August 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Game 2013.108: White Sox at Tigers

62-45, 1st place, 3 games up on Cle. I’m going to make the bold claim that my son, and PHToy in HKs child, are the most spoiled Tigers fans out there. The Tigers are 10-2 in my little guy’s lifetime, and to be honest, he slept through most of those losses. And he’s also very curious as to who this “Miguel Cabrera” guy is that we won’t stop talking about. Miggy is not...
Via Tigers Weblog
August 03, 2013  |  Discuss

What the hell is going to happen in the second half? A brief preview

These two will be slugging it out in the second half The first half of the season has been a great one.  Highlighted by Chris Davis’s home run bonanza, no hitters by Homer Bailey and Tim Lincecum, two brawls in Los Angeles, the upstart Pirates claiming the 3rd best record in baseball, Miggy cementing himself as the most dominant hitter since Barry Bonds and other great moments...
Via Diamond Hoggers
July 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Let's Hand Out Some Pointless First Half MLB Awards

DERP! We're at the unofficial official halfway point in the never-ending story also known as the MLB season.  I was going to spend today looking back at my preseason predictions but then realized that I didn't want to do that.  Cool story, bro!  So I figured that we could just give out some awards for the best and worst performers of the first 90+ games of the 2013 season...
Via The Money Shot
July 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Five MLB truths at the season's midpoint mark

Here are five things we've gleaned from the 2013 baseball season, as the majority of teams cross the midpoint mark by Tuesday: 1. Chris Davis's absurd power run still doesn't have Roger Maris, Hack Wilson, Barry Bonds or Manny Ramirez quaking in their boots Even if Davis were to replicate his scintillating first-half numbers (30 homers, 79 RBI, 59 runs, per 81 games...
Via Fox Sports South
July 01, 2013  |  Discuss

MLB Scores: Recaps and Highlights from June 29, 2013

Saturday was highlighted by offensive milestones and a pair of major league pitching debuts, all of which contributed to an exciting day of baseball.Baltimore slugger Chris Davis belted his 29th and 30th home runs of the season on Saturday, becoming the first player since Barry Bonds and Luis Gonzalez in 2001 to slug 30 long balls on or before June 29.Colorado’s Michael Cuddyer...
Via Baseball News Source
June 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Max Scherzer's facial expression after relatively big strikeout was magnificent

Or was it Max-nificent? Scherzer got into a little fifth inning jam on Monday night, putting two on with no out. He then struck out Manny Machado and Nick Markakis. But after Adam Jones reached on a weak infield single, the stage was set for a little showdown with Chris Davis, who leads all of baseball in dingers and hit one earlier in the game. Scherzer hit 98 just off ...
Via Detroit4lyfe
June 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Game 2012.61: Indians at Tigers

34-26, 4.5 games up on Cle. (never mind the bad digital editing in the image above) Another good win for the Tigers yesterday afternoon, another poor showing for Valverde. Fielder’s bases clearing double put the Tigers in the lead for good, and Ricky P turned in his 3 straight quality start (and 7th in 10 games) to bring his ERA below 9. He’s a fantastic #5 guy. Remember all...
Via Tigers Weblog
June 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy Analysis On Gausman, Heyward, Davis

via msn.foxsports.com Kevin Gausman arrived to “the show” with a lot of hype and failed to deliver during his first two starts. Owners kicked him to the curb, narrowly missing out on his first fine performance against the Tigers. So what can we make of the talented rookie going forward? The kid only has three major league starts and 61 innings in the minors (none above AAA)...
Via Taking Bad Schotz
June 06, 2013  |  Discuss

MLB Scores: Recaps and Highlights from June 02, 2013

Chris Davis hit his 20th home run for Baltimore, Domonic Brown his 16th for Philadelphia and B.J. Upton hit his fifth for Atlanta to headline today’s highlights in the Major Leagues.Yu Darvish was solid again for Texas, but got a no decision in the Texas  Rangers win.Here are recaps and highlights of today’s major league games,Games in AL StadiumsTampa Bay 11 Cleveland 3 - Tampa...
Via Baseball News Source
June 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Is Chris Davis As Good As Miguel Cabrera?

Miguel Cabrera  of the Detroit Tigers is getting tons of attention for his incredible start to the 2013 baseball season, but there is another hitter who isn’t getting the recognition he deserves–Baltimore...The post Is Chris Davis As Good As Miguel Cabrera? appeared first on Bohemian Baseball.
Via Behind in the Count
May 25, 2013  |  Discuss

10 Best April Performances

A lot of players jumped out to hot starts – Chris Davis, Justin Upton, and Matt Harvey to name a few — and there were some annual studs that started out on fire (Miguel Cabrea, Prince Fielder, Clayton Kershaw, and Cliff Lee). There were also some guys who aren’t as well known or that had lower expectations who had good starts in April. I focused this list mainly on them...
Via Baseball Professor
April 26, 2013  |  Discuss

DTW News and Notes 4-14-13

A few notes to get you through the off-day. Interesting Numbers: 1: number of errors thus far by the Tigers (Scherzer’s missed pickoff, which may have cost us a W) 1: number of hits by a right-handed hitter off of Anibal Sanchez this season. 5: number of saves by Jason Grilli this year. Here is his line this year: 6 games, 5 2/3 IP, 3 hits, 7 Ks, 0.00 ERA 1.06 WHIP. The Tigers...
Via Tigers Weblog
April 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Can Davis' fantasy streak continue?

Do We Reset Expectations for Todd Frazier? After batting .273/.331/.498 a year ago, the Reds appeared to have found their third baseman of the future, particularly given that a Scott Rolen reunion did not happen. Frazier's 2.6 WAR ranked him 12th among third basemen with a minimum of 450 PA last year, but I still didn't view him as a top-10 third baseman this year. Part...
Via Fox Sports
April 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Tigers, Griffins meet again

Massillon is looking to open up the offense and Buchtel is trying to keep things traditional. So it should be an interesting matchup to start the season Thursday, when the two teams meet in the FOX Sports Ohio game of the week at 7:30 p.m. Lets start with host Massillon. The Tigers, who finished 7-3 last season, have instituted a spread offense and are aiming for a quicker pace...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 23, 2012  |  Discuss
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