One Goal Achieved, More Ahead: Tigers ‘Didn’t Break’ Joba Chamberlain Says, But ‘We’ve Bent A Little Bit’
At some points this season, it looked like the Tigers – a World Series favorite since before the season began – could end up as a wild card or even miss the playoffs altogether.
With the pressure on – the Tigers ultimately delivered, shutting out Minnesota, 3-1.
Whether the Tigers find their form Sunday or not, back-to-back blowout losses to the last-place Twins leave a sour taste for the team.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus stated the obvious when he called the series the biggest of the season to date.
39-year-old Detroit Tigers closer Joe Nathan has seen his share of pennant races, and for him, Sept. 1 marks the start of scoreboard watching.
Fans in Detroit and throughout Michigan are coming down with a case of “Tigers Fever.”
As a huge Bruce Springsteen fan I was taken aback when I learned that TBS is using Springsteen’s “Land Of Hopes And Dreams” as the theme of their playoff coverage this October.
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland said he favors an expanded postseason field, although he’s not excited about a one-game playoff at the start.
So I’m sitting here watching the Yankees take on the Twins and I can’t stop thinking about how great it would be to once again watch the Tigers in the postseason. I admit that I […]