The Baseball Writers’ Association of America has announced the finalists for the 2012 round of major individual awards.
Miguel Cabrera has his Triple Crown. MVP award, maybe not.
Now that the Detroit Tigers have clinched the AL Central the big thing to watch is the chase of the Triple Crown by Miguel Cabrera.
Now that the Tigers have finished off the AL Central, we can start to focus on the issue that really matters.
The Weekend Buzz while you were paging through the dictionary looking up these words folks are calling each other in the fierce Miguel Cabrera-Mike Trout AL MVP debate.
Miguel Cabrera’s drive sailed high into the Detroit night — so high, in fact, that left fielder Alex Gordon had time to drift over to the fence and wait a couple seconds before reaching over and robbing the slugger of a home run.
Despite dropping 2 of 3 to the Twins in a weekend set at Comerica Park, the debate continues to rage on who should win this year’s ‘Most Valuable Player’ award?
I doubt many Tigers fans care about the postseason awards right now. They care instead about the postseason.
Zack Greinke pitched seven strong innings of five-hit ball, Mike Trout hit a leadoff homer for the second straight day and the Los Angeles Angels completed their second straight series sweep with a 3-2 victory over the slumping Detroit Tigers on Sunday.
Justin Verlander. pitcher, Detroit Tigers – Every time he pitches, Verlander is literally a threat to throw a no hitter. It doesn’t get any more thrilling than that.