So would you make Scherzer the ace of the future?
The Tigers’ recent struggles have gone from frustrating to almost completely unwatchable.
Winning the Cy Young and starting the All-Star games have to be the highlight of anyone’s baseball career.
Let’s start by saying it’s a good thing Jameis Winston wasn’t invited to the Tigers, Orioles game last night.
Miguel Cabrera drove in three runs, Max Scherzer struck out 10 and the Detroit Tigers beat the Chicago White Sox 7-4 Thursday.
“Max Scherzer has a Cy Young arm and a beautiful mind to match, but did he make a dumb wager on his future?”
The first time new Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus met starting pitcher Max Scherzer, the hurler told Ausmus he would always be honest with him.
Shortly before the start of a spring training game last month, Dave Dombrowski paused briefly to sign a few autographs for fans.
Even Scherzer, however, cannot escape the perils of the infamous Detroit potholes.
It’s pretty safe to say that the majority of Tiger fans hate what has happened this offseason.