Comments Off on Detroit Tigers in 2010: They Look Like Winners, If the Impossible Occurs
We’re in the thick of baseball’s Hot Stove League right now, and I must say, I love the Tigers’ chances in 2010. Yes sir, I think they’ll do just fine. All they have to do is have every starter pitch a complete game every outing and oh yeah, hold the other guys to no more than two runs per pop. That’s all. Since the curtain closed on their end-of-the-season pratfall, the Tigers have lost their starting second baseman and No. 2 hitter, their starting center fielder and leadoff hitter, their setup man in the bullpen, and their closer. And I hear Paws is in talks to sign with the Cincinnati Bengals. Two years ago the Tigers were supposed to win 110 games and score 10 times that many runs. Their batting order was the only one in baseball with an Upper Division and ...

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