Champ: Jeremy Gallon for his performance against the Indiana Hoosiers where he caught 14 passes for 369 yards.
“Maybe he just didn’t know what else to say,” Leyland said about Fielder. “I think he was embarrassed by his performance. He probably didn’t handle it as good as he could have handled it … I just hope that they give the guy the benefit of the doubt.”
With the 2013 ALCS being over and the Tigers having lost in 6 games, fans will no doubt have their thoughts and theories as to why Detroit is not heading back to the World Series.
The Tigers had runners on the corners with no outs and were primed to break the game open.
It might be hard to get through to 97.1 The Ticket these days because the lines are full with Detroit fans angry about Prince Fielder.
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“It’s definitely not pleasant, but they’re fans. That’s what they do,” Fielder added. “They paid to come.”
Miguel Cabrera hobbled through a stop sign, gently colliding with the catcher for an easy out at home.
Jim Leyland changing his lineup before game four appeased a lot of Tiger’s fans.
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland made a decidedly uncharacteristic move Wednesday.