A shadowy figure stepped into the spotlight for a brief moment Thursday, perhaps indicating that Magglio Ordonez may yet play a prominent part in Detroit’s postseason ambitions.
Even before I leave Comerica Park, I know what I will hear on the radio and from Tiger fans after the Royals 11-8 win on Thursday afternoon.
There’s always fallout. And in this case, the fallout from the Tigers’ acquisition of Delmon Young falls squarely on Magglio Ordonez.
The game has changed. How many times have we heard that about baseball when, in actuality, the more the game has changed, the more it has remained the same.
One of Jim Leyland’s strengths as a manager is that he gets a lot out of his players.
Magglio Ordonez keeps showing signs of regaining his good hitting stroke, if not his power.
The next couple of weeks could be pivotal in the careers of several Tigers.
Inge spoke with the media today after taking batting practice and believes he will rejoin the team when they travel to Colorado this weekend.
Magglio Ordonez will sit out tonight’s game against the Cleveland Indians.
Magglio Ordonez is back in the lineup for the Detroit Tigers.