Joe Nathan appears to react to booing fans and looks like an idiot

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 shitty 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 […]

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Tigers bat boy takes a nasty spill

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 […]

Justin Verlander to undergo MRI after career-worst start

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 […]

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David Price makes history in Tigers debut

 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 […]

Ian Kinsler spikes throw vs. Yankees

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 […]

Ezequiel Carrera’s amazing diving catch saves big inning

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 lefty who is platooning with Rajai Davis now that Austin Jackson has been traded to the Seattle Mariners as part of […]


How did Austin Jackson compare to Curtis Granderson?

The two former Tigers center fielders have a lot more in common than just being former Tigers center fielders. Granderson was traded in 2009 as part of a deal that landed the Tigers a young Max Scherzer, who as you know, would go on to win the 2013 Cy Young. Jackson was dealt on Thursday […]