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  • Hammer
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    Re: Detroit Tigers, Volume 1 - The Lou Whitaker version

    Originally posted by MaizeRage View Post
    He probably wouldn't have been a bad signing. Then again, this is his sixth team in the last five years. Odds are if he signed when Polanco left, he wouldn't be here now.
    That's fine. We could have learned more about Sizemore without the baptism by fire, and subsequent failure, in Detroit. Oh, and BTW, have you seen what Sizemore is doing in Oakland? How Lloyd McClendon is still a major league hitting coach is beyond me.

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  • Hammer
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    Have I gone completely nanners? Is Cabrera batting 3rd, or is this a figment of my imagination?

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  • streaker
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    Originally posted by MaizeRage View Post
    *****http://images.cheezburger.com/completestore/2010/4/26/129168105842513119.jpg******

    A little late, but moving back into first place and a Ryan Raburn HR deserves Giant Tiger.
    Yea for taking the series, Yea for being the dominant team (and coughing up the second game) and Yea for .25 sliders at A&W.

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  • MaizeRage
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    *****http://images.cheezburger.com/completestore/2010/4/26/129168105842513119.jpg******

    A little late, but moving back into first place and a Ryan Raburn HR deserves Giant Tiger.

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  • streaker
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    Re: Detroit Tigers, Volume 1 - The Lou Whitaker version

    Originally posted by bigmrg74 View Post
    One game lead of the central, and a good chance with the backsliding Cleveland squad in town to open that lead up a little more. Its a good time to be a Tiger. However, it is still only June. Something still needs to be done about Raburn.
    He is here because the Tigers are short on talent ready big league impact players. They took a chance on him based on his second half heroics. He is a career AAA player at best- but guys like Worth, Boesch, Wilks etc. may be also. As long as our pitching holds up as well as Cabrera, we may be able to keep the other teams in the division at arms length. Other than that, this team will not get a sniff at the playoffs- no matter what their h2h record is against teams like NY, Bos, Texas etc. I don't think Dombrowski counted on having Ordonez and Guillen out most of the year, Inge out/slumping, Sizemore flop and a down year from Jackson. Avila is a nice surprise as is the contributions from Peralta and Martinez.

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