Outfielder Quintin Berry has been optioned to Triple-A Toledo by the Detroit Tigers, who said Don Kelly had made their opening-day roster.
We love our professional athletes in Detroit even if they are mediocre.
Quintin Berry, whose hitting, baserunning, and hands-clapping spirit made him an important and crowd-pleasing presence for the Tigers in 2012, has been named winner of the second Tenth Man Award by the Detroit Baseball Society.
Detroit Tigers outfielder Quintin Berry was named the Tigers Rookie of the Year by the Detroit Sports Broadcasters’ Association today.
Quintin Berry slapped a slow grounder to the right side of the infield and took off toward first base, arriving safely when an Oakland pitcher fumbled the ball and had to chase after it.
I guess everything’s fine now.
People sure are getting bent out of shape about a certain Tiger, and it’s not Ryan Raburn.
Quintin Berry went back to his short swing, hitting the ball to left Wednesday night, and he was rewarded with three hits and a pair of RBI.
On Thursday’s Stoney and Bill Show we were joined by Quintin Berry of your Detroit Tigers.
Would you trade Quintin Berry for Placido Polanco straight up right now?
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