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Category Archives: baseball
For the entirety of the 2012 Detroit Tigers season, I have been texting back-and-forth with a friend of mine about the team’s performance. He usually starts the conversation with a text about how frustrated he is with this team, then … Continue reading
With the second half of the 2011 Major League Baseball season one game old, now is the time when sports bloggers must write a post about questions Team X must answer in the second half. Those are the rules. So, … Continue reading
When the Comerica Park crowd rose to its feet last night to salute Justin Verlander after Orlando Cabrera broke up his bid for a second no-hitter of the season, it wasn’t so much acknowledgment of his performance as it was … Continue reading
With 54 games under their belt, I think know is an ideal time to declare the Minnesota Twins dead. At 20 games under .500, as Michael Rosenberg states in today’s column, they would have to go 64-44 the rest of … Continue reading
A friend of mine thinks the Detroit Tigers will wait to add another bat until they see what they have, hinting that the trade deadline is a likely time frame when the team will get serious about a trade. I … Continue reading