For most of the season, Tiger fans worried about Justin Verlander.
It’s a bad sign for the Tigers that the most explosive part of the ALDS so far happened as a result of a foul ball.
For the past few weeks, we’ve heard far too much about what the Tigers don’t have and not enough about what they do.
It was a great show. I’m satisfied with the ending. If that makes me a bad person – so be it. At least I’m not as bad as Walt – who I still kind of like. How’s that for moral ambiguity?
Two weeks ago, ‘Breaking Bad’ delivered the greatest hour of television that most of us had ever seen.
So, has anyone caught their breath yet? Has anyone slept? Has anyone ever watched a more intense, heartbreaking, jaw-dropping hour of television in their lives?
There was a fair amount of grumbling after last week’s episode of ‘Breaking Bad’.
1) Breaking Bad is three weeks old and this is only my second blog.
I feel like I need to start this post with a spoiler alert.
Dave Dombrowski is the only man on the list who doesn’t have to worry about a salary cap.