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This Date In Royals History–June 22, 2004

2004: The Royals pounded out 13 hits, including home runs by Carlos Beltran and Mike Sweeney, in an 8-1 victory over the Tigers at Kauffman Stadium.Kansas City wasted no time getting after Detroit starter Mike Maroth. Tony Graffanino led off the first with a single, and Beltran’s homer put the Royals on top 2-0.Detroit got a two-out RBI double from Ivan Rodriguez in the third,...
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June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Maroth: Ten Years On From A 21-Loss Season

I once threw a one hitter in the semifinals of Northern Minnesota’s biggest Little League All-Star tournament. In the words of Dizzy Dean, “It ain’t braggin’ if it’s true.” That same summer, a 24 year old left hander out of the University of Central Florida took the mound for his first big league start for [...]The post Mike Maroth: Ten Years On From A 21-Loss Season...
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July 12, 2013  |  Discuss

The year of the bag-over-your-head Tigers

DETROIT -- The 2003 Detroit Tigers were a team to remember, but not the kind that prompts bringing them all back for a 10-year reunion. They were the bag-over-your-head Tigers, the ones who lost an American League record 119 games. Oddly enough, two of the players on the Tigers' 2013 roster were in the starting lineup on March 31, 2003, Opening Day against the Twins at Comerica...
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March 31, 2013  |  Discuss

The year of the bag-over-your-head Tigers

DETROIT -- The 2003 Detroit Tigers were a team to remember, but not the kind that prompts bringing them all back for a 10-year reunion. They were the bag-over-your-head Tigers, the ones who lost an American League record 119 games. Oddly enough, two of the players on the Tigers' 2013 roster were in the starting lineup on March 31, 2003, Opening Day against the Twins at Comerica...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
March 31, 2013  |  Discuss

The 2003 Detroit Tigers

With the dawn of Spring Training, this marks the 10-year anniversary of the infamous 2003 Detroit Tigers.  The club set an American League record with 119-losses thanks to historically awful pitching. Luminaries Nate Cornejo, Mike Maroth, Jeremy Bonderman, Adam Bernero, and Gary Knotts anchored the starting rotation.  The quintet combined for a 25-77 record (128 starts)/ 744.67...
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February 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Tiger Blood

The coke-binged, wiry meme used as today’s title may not have the same ring to it as it did WAY back in 2011, but if you’re a fan of the Detroit variety, you know that Tiger blood is still in the streets. Well, the South Florida streets anyway. In case you’ve been distracted by the train wreck that is the Republican Party primary, Victor Martinez tore his ACL and will be out...
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January 21, 2012  |  Discuss
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