October 7th, 2012 at 12:13 PM ^

WTF camera angle on last out in top of 1st?  Talk about missing the play and then running to a commercial.  

Fister looked tough though  1-2-3


October 7th, 2012 at 12:20 PM ^

1. Putting the game on mLB Network is a joke.

2. MLB Network having technical difficulties and not even broadcasting the 1st inning is an even bigger joke.

Way to fuck up MLB.


October 7th, 2012 at 6:39 PM ^

is doing quite well as an understudy-makes-good story in NY.  He made an interception on almost his first play going in for the injured starter a couple weeks ago, and today's plays were both game-changers.  (I was in the midst of New Yorkers where I got to see a couple minutes of the Tigers game before they switched over to football.  But I got my revenge by knowing more about Stevie Brown than they did.)


October 7th, 2012 at 2:29 PM ^

will be lack of scoring late in the season just like the Red Wings.  This team has been getting magnificent pitching for the last two weeks, they really need to start hitting.  These gifted runs by the opposition won't last in the post-season.


and with that thought, Austin Jackson starts a two out rally in the 7th with a basehit followed by an Infante hit.  Cabrera reaches on an error scoring two runs.


Tigers 3, A's 2  into the 8th, guess we can expect Benoit and long flyball to the base of the wall this inning.