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Stafford-to-Calvin combo is good combo. pic.twitter.com/I7pm44piQZ — Detroit4lyfe (@Detroit4lyfe) September 9, 2014
Your browser does not support iframes. Justin Verlander usually does the buzzing, but today he was bothered by a busy bee, who was intent on distracting Verlander like a series of leaked iPhone photos. Verlander got the win in the end, as the Tigers defeated the Royals.
How about Miggy Cabrera batting .500 (15-for-30) with 2 doubles, 5 HRs, 9 RBI and 8 runs last week with a bone spur in his back foot? — Anthony Castrovince (@castrovince) September 8, 2014 He’s a horse.
For more on Greg Monroe signing the qualifying offer and the Detroit Pistons going forward, check out DetroitBadBoys.com. The official team press release is below: AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today that forward Greg Monroe has signed the team’s one-year qualifying offer for the 2014-15 season. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not disclosed...
My @Lions and @tigers illustration http://t.co/VT4iYjr50D from cover of today's Detroit Free Press. #lions #tigers pic.twitter.com/pklmRnwqJM — Eric Millikin (@ericmillikin) September 8, 2014 Tigers take on 1st place KC Royals at 4 p.m. (up 8-2 at time of this publishing) and Lions open up their 2014 season on Monday Night Football next door at 7:10 p.m. Get rowdy, friends.
The New York Giants try to make up for a lost 2013 season by marching into Detroit and disposing of the Lions in Week 1. Detroit will also be trying to get past a 7-9 record last season. Regardless of what happens, this matchup comes at a value to Giants and Lions fans on the secondary, at just over $161 on average with a get-in price of $73. The Monday Night Football game will have...
Justin Verlander be like http://t.co/4SBIvrAm1H pic.twitter.com/DooA9KcyVW — Ashley Nicole (@girllovesports) September 1, 2014 You can probably find the real images online, but this one made me laugh.
Oh, how cute!
Dan Cleary gets doused by ice-cold water from multiple angles after challenging Kris Draper, Matthew Stafford and Henrik Zetterberg. Stafford accepted today and challenged Clayton Kershaw, Jim Bob Cooter and Dominic Raiola. Stafford took the ALS ice bucket challenge today. pic.twitter.com/wHyWow2Zep — Tim Twentyman (@ttwentyman) August 16, 2014 Video of Stafford’s is here...
This isn’t Joe Nathan essentially flipping off irrational, booing fans after he pitched a perfect ninth inning; this is Joe Nathan essentially flipping off rightfully booing fans after he escaped yet another ****** ninth inning. Nathan walked the first two batters he faced in a non-save, 4-run-cushioned situation, and the first out he recorded was a seed to left fielder Don Kelly...
From Detroit Bad Boys, via USA Today, Greg Monroe is reportedly ready to take the Pistons’ 1-year, $5.5 million qualifying offer to remain with the team for the 2014-2015 season and then become an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2015. Monroe took to Twitter to deny ever receiving reported long-term offers from the Pistons. It’s hard to believe there wasn’t some offer in...
Phew. Summary of Verlander right shoulder MRI: No major structural damage, normal wear and tear, normal inflammation, no DL planned at this point — Tom Gage (@Tom_Gage) August 12, 2014 #Tigers head athletic trainer Kevin Rand said Verlander probably will miss next start but hopeful for next week. — Jason Beck (@beckjason) August 12, 2014 But, hey, guess what? Anibal Sanchez...
Anibal Sanchez, Joakim Soria, Justin Verlander and … the Bat Boy. Omar Vizquel was either having fun with the Bat Boy by tossing the guard up in the air for the Bat Boy to catch as he ran off the field or he was playing a condescending game of fetch. Either way, Bat Boy missed the catch and when his momentum carried him past the equipment, he tried to make a quick movement...
Justin Verlander only lasted an inning on Monday night after giving up five runs (four earned) on four hits and two walks. (Ironically, he struck out all three batters who recorded an out.) Despite the rocky first, a healthy Verlander would’ve been asked to grit his teeth and eat some more innings due to the team’s depleted bullpen as a result of the 19-inning game the day before...
Johnny Football getting straight up trolled by some little kid. pic.twitter.com/XougOH8uvj — Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) August 9, 2014 This kid said that? What has this kid ever accomplished in his life? (Can you guess the movie I’m referencing?)
Former Lions QB set to appear on "The Biggest Loser" http://t.co/QIVAnC0Pg0 (photo: @dfpsteve) pic.twitter.com/mq8Nz2ClaR — NFL (@nfl) August 7, 2014 Woah, my former favorite Lions quarterback who was in a Jim Carrey movie is 366 pounds, 126 pounds heavier than he was in his last season in the NFL. He looks like Richard Belding ate him. But hey, he looks happier! Maybe he’s...
Tigers and Yankees each pitched 12 IP with no walks. Last game with 2 teams having 12+ IP, 0 BB was in 1917! (Dodgers/Pirates) — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) August 6, 2014 Incredible.
via ESPN Stats & Info: It took one game for the newest member of the Detroit Tigers starting rotation, David Price, to make a name for himself in the team’s long history. Price became the first Tigers pitcher to strike out at least 10 hitters in his debut with the team. The Elias Sports Bureau noted that the previous mark was nine, a record shared by Wild Bill Donovan...
Michigan State has a snazzy new locker room, but there’s at least one inaccuracy about it. Yet again, Spelling and Grammar 101 is an elective in the Big Ten. See: "acurate." MT @isportsDave: pic.twitter.com/wklKPdWVbX — Drew Hallett (@DrewCHallett) August 5, 2014 The rest looks pretty sweet, though: Players Locker Room pic.twitter.com/WfqCxewEMN — Mark Dantonio (@DantonioMark...
Not nearly as embarrassing as Ryan Raburn’s spiked throw in left field that turned into a ‘little league home run.’ It seems like Kinsler was trying to hold up on his throw, slipped on the grass and then let go of the ball as his arm went forward. No harm done. Kinsler’s embarrassed himself more with his sliding than this throw. Kinsler's "Not Top 10" moment, in GIF form...
Kuroda closed his eyes as he threw that pitch to Romine. Seriously. pic.twitter.com/io3iR5VvT3 — Detroit4lyfe (@Detroit4lyfe) August 6, 2014 I would too if I knew I was about to throw a meatball to a hitter with a slugging percentage of .250. Romine took Kuroda deep, cutting the Tigers deficit to 3-2.
ESPN showed the footage and they kept making veiled references to her monstrous boobies, I think. Reminds me of the time A-Rod was flirting with a woman (or two) in the stands during Game 1 of the ALCS vs. the Tigers in 2012, when he had a ball boy toss a ball with his number on it.
With the bases loaded and nobody out in the bottom of the 3rd inning, a deep fly to the left-center corner off the bat of Jacoby Ellsbury was absolutely robbed by Ezequiel Carrera, the rookie lefty who is platooning with Rajai Davis now that Austin Jackson has been traded to the Seattle Mariners as part of the David Price deadline deal. It surely would’ve earned an OHHHH CARRERA...
The #Tigers now have the last 3 AL Cy Young winners. #WhipAround pic.twitter.com/PLKOH96Fl6 — FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) August 1, 2014 They also have the last three MVPs – Miguel Cabrera, Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander. David Price looks good in the Old English D.
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