Friday, September 16, 2011

detroit tigers

 The Tigers pulled off the sweep of the great fashion spectacular, a wide range of 4 Central, respectively (and back to back, a series of raids Sox) with 2 home pinch-hit 9 - half runs, the first time, which is where this since ... Well, I do not know. That it is difficult to find than you think.

Tigers have won 12 in a row, and overcome until the beginning of the day myself felt, and everyone contributing, and the pitcher CY Young, even ol 'Smokey on a roll. Average hits by a team for the month of September is 0.326 (the worst regular in the month of September, Austin Jackson, is a hit 0.278). ERA is 2.90 what their team can go wrong?

Sorry. Is featured Justin Verlander on the cover of the Journal of Sports Illustrated. At least waited until the division title is no longer in doubt before unleashing feel.

You know who else is having a good season? More than 139 matches, hit .305 with a .864 OPS, with 29 hours and 95 RBI. The answer is below.

Can the Tigers take the field tonight with the magic number of 1, and Max "Terms" Scherzer seems to consolidate his position in the playoff rotation. It may be useful if its position in the postseason rotation was located on the second leg dates: ERA Scherzer at Comerica in this season is 3.66, and 5.09 on the road.

Expectations in Oakland, calls for a 50% chance of the Clown Show: The leadership of the university in errors with 119, and has a 9 in the last 7 games.

Magic number: 2

Order the best record:

    New York Yankees 9058 -

    Detroit Tigers 87 62 31 / 2

    Boston Red Sox 86 624

    Texas Rangers 85 64 51 / 2

The best player in a game by: Ryan Raburn

Player of ambiguity in the "season" the numbers above are the profession Ryan Raburn for August and September. Detroit needs to find the type of Chris Shelton, the man at the beginning of the season and do seasonal species in 2012. Certainly, it's not in the squad tonight, but there is always a pinch tone.

Today Baker's Dozen lineup:

   1. Austin Jackson, CF
   2. Magglio Ordonez, RF
   3. Delmon Young, LF
   4. Miguel Cabrera, 1B
   5. Victor Martinez, DH
   6. Alex Avila, C
   7. Johnny Peralta, SS
   8. Wilson Betemit, 3B
   9. Ramon Santiago, 2B

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