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Blaze King


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 9:33 pm    Post subject: Official Detroit Tigers Thread - [4-0] Reply with quote

The Detroit Tigers Thread



Detroit Tigers Links

News and Reference:

Official Site Of The Detroit Tigers
ESPN's Detroit Tigers Clubhouse
Yahoo Sports Detroit Tigers Team Page
SI.com's Detroit Tigers Team Page
Detroit Tiger's RealGM Team Page
Detroit Tigers Wikipedia

Other Links:

Detroit Tigers Podcast
Detroit Tigers Blog
Detroit Tigers Team History and Encyclopedia

Detroit Tigers Depth Chart

Catcher: Brandon Inge, Dane Sardinha, Vance Wilson
1st Baseman: Miguel Cabrera, Marcus Thames
2nd Baseman: Placido Polanco, Ryan Raburn
3rd Baseman: Carlos Guillen, Ryan Raburn
Short Stop: Edgar Renteria, Ramon Santiago
Right Field: Magglio Ordonez, Matt Joyce
Center Field: Curtis Granderson, Matt Joyce
Left Field: Marcus Thames, Matt Joyce, Ryan Raburn
Designated Hitter: Gary Sheffield, Marcus Thames
Starting Pitcher: Justin Verlander, Kenny Rogers, Nate Robinson, Armando Galarrga, Zach Miner
Relief Pitcher: Fernando Rodney, Joel Zumaya, Kyle Farnsworth, Aquilino Lopez, Bobby Seay, Freddy Dolsi, Cassey Fosum,

Detroit Tigers Lineup:

1. Curtis Granderson
2. Placido Polanco
3. Carlos Guillen
4. Magglio Ordonez
5. Miguel Cabrera
6. Gary Sheffield
7. Edgar Renteria
8. Marcus Thames
9. Brandon Inge


Tiger Stats Leaders:

Batting Average:
Homeruns:
Runs Batted In:
On Base Percentage:
Wins:
Earned Run Average:
Strikeouts:
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 10:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another loss.... can anyone fill me in about how bad todays game was? I didn't watch today.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 10:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bdog wrote:
Another loss.... can anyone fill me in about how bad todays game was? I didn't watch today.
Verlander pitched great other than the 1st and last inning. Other than that, it was a pitching dominated game.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 06, 2008 10:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bdog wrote:
Another loss.... can anyone fill me in about how bad todays game was? I didn't watch today.


1st Inning:

1) Men on first and second with one out.

2) Placido Polanco doesn't turn the Double Play.

3) Swisher hits a three run homerun with 2 outs.

2nd-6th:

1) Nothing

7th:

1) Mags doubles and comes around to score

8th:

1) Verlander comes out of the game with the bases loaded

2) Lopez gives up a single.

9th:

1) Jenks shuts us down


5-1, Loss Mad
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 7:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Detroit: where good players come to lower their lifetime batting average or higher their lifetime ERA.

Honestly I blame our coaching staff the most because we have so many players that are doing so much worse than their lifetime averages. We really need to clean out our coaching staff. Although I must admit our bullpen could be suspect even with Chuck Hernandez gone. Mad
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 7:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Too much money tied up in underperformers, and an injury plague that would destroy any team in the game.

Get rid of Sheff, Rodney, and jones. Pick up a catcher and a dominant RP. Develop young position players and drafted relievers. Think about a SS for the future. Leave DD alone, give Leyland another year or two to figure things out.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

RavensWin520 wrote:
bdog wrote:
Another loss.... can anyone fill me in about how bad todays game was? I didn't watch today.
Verlander pitched great other than the 1st and last inning. Other than that, it was a pitching dominated game.

Verlander has done that often against the sox, a few bad innings, then dominates the rest, but still loses.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

goldendomer18 wrote:
RavensWin520 wrote:
bdog wrote:
Another loss.... can anyone fill me in about how bad todays game was? I didn't watch today.
Verlander pitched great other than the 1st and last inning. Other than that, it was a pitching dominated game.

Verlander has done that often against the sox, a few bad innings, then dominates the rest, but still loses.



I call that the Bonderman. Any runs you give up come in the first inning.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

nagahide13 wrote:
goldendomer18 wrote:
RavensWin520 wrote:
bdog wrote:
Another loss.... can anyone fill me in about how bad todays game was? I didn't watch today.
Verlander pitched great other than the 1st and last inning. Other than that, it was a pitching dominated game.

Verlander has done that often against the sox, a few bad innings, then dominates the rest, but still loses.



I call that the Bonderman. Any runs you give up come in the first inning.


Do you call the runs given up between the 2-6 the Rogers-Robertson connection?
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 8:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It looks like the Tigers will atleast take 1, even though its time to start planning for next season.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 08, 2008 6:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ahoda wrote:
nagahide13 wrote:


I call that the Bonderman. Any runs you give up come in the first inning.


Do you call the runs given up between the 2-6 the Rogers-Robertson connection?


I certainly do now at least.
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Blaze King wrote:
It looks like the Tigers will atleast take 1, even though its time to start planning for next season.


Agreed, we should start bringing up guys from the minors so they can try out for the future and get some MLB expereince, all the while making us lose more, thus giving us a higher draft pick! Dancing

What a bust of a season, I never thought I would be hoping the Tigers lose for draft postition in the final quarter of the season.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 09, 2008 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Does anyone else think Kenny Rogers needs to retire, he has not been good at all this year and I think he needs to call it quits or find a new home because he is just not working out in Detroit.

Key No. 57
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does anyone think wilkin ramirez has a shot in the out field next year since hes been tearin it up at AA?
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motownman wrote:
does anyone think wilkin ramirez has a shot in the out field next year since hes been tearin it up at AA?


Wilkin Ramirez Double-A stats:
.304/.369/.505, 18 HR, 64 RBI, 113 K to 35 BB, 22 SB in 362 at bats.
Wow. He turns 23 in October. Looks like Los Tigres have a young stud.

As for his chances of starting, it'd have to be in left field. Maggs is likely out of Detroit after next year, Granderson is locked up through 2013. Thames is on a one year deal, and I see him coming back.

If Ramirez can show he can rake in Triple-A and the Tigers aren't in the race next summer, I wouldn't be surprised if they traded Ordonez to make room for Ramirez.
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