Post archive for ‘' Losses '’

Verlander Gets Hammered – Tigers Drop Opener

Here we go again. Just when it looked like Verlander had gotten it together and was ready to return to form, he gets shelled by our neighbors to the north.
We were hoping that new pitching coach Rick Knapp would make a difference with all of these talented arms, but starting out with a 12-5 loss [...]

Rodney Blows Another Save Against Rays

Fernando Rodney was a “hot mess” as Rod Allen likes to say. We just like to say – he sucks.
Carl Crawford tied the game in the 10th with a single, then Carlos Pena drew a walk-off, bases-loaded walk to give Tampa Bay the 6-5 win on Sunday.
The Rays took full advantage of Fernando Rodney’s [...]

The Walls Start Crumbling Down…

It was hard watching the wrecking ball tear down the home of so many memories. We’ve known this was coming for quite some time, but watching the destruction in person was unsettling. The worst thing for me, was the fact that there was only a handful people there to see it. Granted, this will drag [...]

Tigers Drop The First Game to the Cardinals

For a team that is missing their best player in Albert Pujols, the Cards looked pretty damn good. Maybe perspective was a little skewed after playing the Giants and the Padres, but it looks like Detroit ran into the same team that quietly handed their asses to them in the “06 World Series.
Pujols is eligible [...]

Bonderman Sucks Again; Matt Joyce Hits 1st Homer

Jeremy Bonderman lasted 4 whole innings, giving up 6 hits, 4 walks and 5 earned runs. When Dontrelle Willis comes back, Dombrowski is going to have to do something with one of these starters – DL, or reassignment (or trade). I would like to place my vote that the one pitcher they need to keep [...]