1. The Human White Flag

    Hey, Nate. It's been a while.I've given the inspiration behind this little blog some time off lately. Some time off for me to rattle on about other things. Some time off for him to figure out how to pitch again...

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  2. Favorite Non Tigers

    Watching the White Sox series and the Tigers' continued inability to go a game without giving up a home run to Jim Thome, I really wanted to dislike Big Jim...

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  3. Miguel Who: Tigers First Baseman Vastly Underappreciated

    I wanted to get to this sooner since I was so irritated by it, but in the May 25 issue of The Sporting News, they surveyed 100 "baseball people" to come up with a list of the 50 best players in the Major Leagues...

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  4. Detroit Tigers: Comparable to the New York Knicks?

    I don't know how many of you follow the NBA these days. I know that my interest isn't what it once was. But during the Isiah Thomas days as GM in New York a couple years ago, he put ...

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  5. Always (And Almost) A Tiger Update

    Another month into the season, and another look at how past Tigers have done so far this year. I managed to find six more former Tigers that I missed last time around...

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  6. 2009 1st Quarter Report

    43 games in, a bit over a quarter into the season, we're sitting pretty at 25-18, good enough for first place and a 4 game lead in the division. Eat that, MLB experts...

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  7. Sheff vs. Clete

    It's a Battle of the Titans as I compare our old #3 guy to our, sigh, new #3 guy. It's Gary Sheffield vs. Clete Thomas! Gary's numbers are currently .257, 3, 9, .396, .459 in 74 at bats in New York, while Clete's hitting ...

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