“I’m like ‘Did anybody just see this?’ this guy is unbelievable, he’s a lot of fun.”
If the Tigers can continue to get contributions from all over its lineup and bullpen like it has the last couple of weeks, Detroit might see another World Series yet.
Torii Hunter apparently loves to be naked.
All-Star outfielder Torii Hunter might want to shoo away his new shoes.
The Detroit Tigers brought six players to the All-Star Game Tuesday, the largest contingent of any team in the league. The group quickly justified the selections.
Detroit outfielder Torii Hunter turns 38 later this week.
“I ran into a good team,” Scherzer said. “They swung the bat well. I threw some good pitches they hit, made some bad pitchers they hit even farther.”
Every year as the All-Star Break approaches, conversation renews about whether participating in the Home Run Derby can wreck a hitter’s swing.
Champ: Torii Hunter for his big weekend and being named to the All-Star Game. Chump: Anderson Silva, for getting knocked out and trying to showboat a little too much.
Torii Hunter has maintained throughout the season that his Detroit Tigers have not quite clicked, that the team is still not playing at its full potential.
In the last 10 games of its 11-game road trip, the Tigers provided a glimpse of what realizing that potential looks like.