“I felt like we put ourselves in the position, I feel like we were one or two plays away from going to the World Series,” Verlander said.
On a pitching rotation that includes All-Star Game starter Max Scherzer, ERA champion Anibal Sanchez and 2011 Cy Young and MVP winner Justin Verlander, one can easily be overlooked.
After a season of relative chaos, Justin Verlander finally looks settled in.
What was she thinking? Well, maybe that’s evident as field reporter Erin Andrews slips and almost calls Justin Verlander – Justin Bieber in a post game interview on the field at Comerica Park.
“You look at the back of Hall of Famers and bubble gum cards, there’s seasons that are down,” Verlander said.
Despite all he cannot do, those who know still say Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera is still the most dangerous hitter in baseball.
The Tigers could certainly use another brilliant performance from their star right-hander after blowing a chance to take control of the ALCS.
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Being a workaholic is part of the job description for an NFL coach, so it speaks volumes about Detroit Tigers season that even Lions coach Jim Schwartz took a little time to watch the Tigers win Game 5 of the American League Division Series.
Verlander pitched eight scoreless innings, sealing Oakland’s fate and sending the Tigers hurtling into the ALCS.