I’m tired of seeing Ryan Raburn in left field. I don’t expect him to be a gold glover but he too many times he looks lost out there. I’m tired of seeing him take the wrong path on a fly ball and then making a desperate leap only to fail. I’m tired of him costing the Tigers runs. Ryan Raburn’s effort in the field was even questioned by the ESPN broadcasters during Monday night’s game vs. the Yankees. And if Ryan Raburn can’t even produce at the plate I’m even more tired of him. Ryan Raburn isn’t the only problem on the Tigers but I just wanted to mention that I’m tired of Ryan Raburn.
NEW YORK - AUGUST 16: Ryan Raburn #25 of the Detroit Tigers connects on a second inning two run home run against the New York Yankees on August 16, 2010 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)Ryan Raburn hits a grand slam for the Detroit Tigers against the Chicago White Sox. (File Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)