Jeff Riger talked with former Tigers and current New York Yankees CF Curtis Granderson about what it is like to be back in Detroit in such a big series.
The road to this October for nearly half of the expected participants?
A year ago, Curtis Granderson had trouble staying in the New York Yankees’ lineup. This season, he has emerged as a legitimate threat in an already potent batting order.
Curtis Granderson hit a go-ahead homer leading off the seventh inning and Mark Teixeira had a three-run shot off Justin Verlander, lifting New York over the Detroit Tigers 6-3 Thursday in the first regular-season game played in the Bronx in March.
The Tigers are a season removed from that complex three-team trade, the fans have begun to embrace the four players Detroit acquired and all are expected to play important roles this season.
Don’t take this the wrong way, I like Austin Jackson, I just really miss Curtis. Granderson had a great personality, was always welcoming to people and did a ton in the community. Well this video […]
I was going to blog about getting injured last weekend and going on the disabled list this week, but that all changed last night when I heard about Ernie Harwell.
Courtesy of detnews.com
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