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?
For some reason the guys in the Bigs with the prettiest swings happen to be lefties.
Quintin Berry was hitting .364 as the No. 2 hitter in manager Jim Leyland’s batting order — and that was before he went 3-for-6 Wednesday night at Texas.
When the bottom five in the lineup aren’t hitting, it’s that much more important the top four become productive.
It is reaching the point where Quintin Berry is becoming part of the main show, not a side show.
1. Both were career minor leaguers, who made their major league debuts at the age of 27 for the Detroit Tigers, Rhymes in 2010, and Berry in 2012.
Tigers outfielder Quintin Berry is making it really tough on skipper Jim Leyland to keep his name out of the lineup.
Ryan Raburn has gotten every opportunity to prove if he belongs in the Tigers everyday lineup and obviously he has failed. Monday, Jim Leyland batted him second, which baffled most baseball fans.
The Tigers have just what the doctor ordered … at least for now — a shot of energy from a journeyman minor leaguer