“The cop is supposed to be protect and serve, this son of a gun has his hands up, I better not ever see him again,” Hunter said. “Help me and then cheer, fool!”
The Boston cop standing behind him celebrated — throwing up his arms in a victorious “V” as Hunter’s legs were in the air in obvious defeat, mirroring his pose.
Some fans still withhold forgiveness from Detroit Tigers shortstop-turned-left fielder Jhonny Peralta for violating Major League Baseball’s anti-drug policy.
If you saw the Tigers last series of the regular season, you too might be concerned about this team headed into the postseason!
Miguel Cabrera, though, is an element that his team cannot afford to lose, and his injuries are still bothering him.
For the first time in a long time, Miguel Cabrera looked like his old self.
The Tigers have played 150 games over the last 169 days, a schedule that definitely qualifies as a grind, but the enthusiasm for the rest of the year grows strong as the postseason gets even closer.
Davis, since the All-Star break, has gone yard nine times. Slowly but surely, Cabrera is catching up.
Torii Hunter does not have a problem with the new instant replay rules as long as one longstanding baseball tradition remains intact – managers going out to argue.
“I’m like ‘Did anybody just see this?’ this guy is unbelievable, he’s a lot of fun.”