When I was a kid, baseball meant everything to me this time of the year. Playing it. Watching it on TV. Listening to Ernie Harwell on the radio. Reading about it.
Tigers fans say they’re eager to take in the All-Star game, even though Justin Verlander will sit this one out.
Two halves are supposed to make a whole, right? Unfortunately, the Tigers first and second halves haven’t added up to a strong finish over the past five seasons. Even in 2006, when the Tigers made it to the World Series, they faded fast in the second half of the season and only managed to make it to the post-season because they won the Wild Card spot.
The Detroit Tigers have a candidate to be the final player placed on the American League roster for the 2011 MLB All-Star Game to be played in Phoenix, Arizona on July 12.
Bryant brought Showtime back to the All-Star game, scoring 37 points and tying a record with his fourth MVP award in the Western Conference’s 148-143 victory over the East on Sunday night.
The Detroit Tigers will have two All Stars on the American League team when the All-Star game is played next week, July 13th. The Tigers will be represented by first baseman Miguel Cabrera and closer […]