At last, a distressing night of madness came to aáclose, jolting relaxed Detroit fans who believed in Fang Power and pitches with roaring speed. WouldnÆt it have been nice for a town that has dealt with affliction the last few years to maintain a three-game lead with four games left? WouldnÆt it have been nice for the Tigers to eschew a seven-game lead, including a divisional league that lasted four months before the Minnesota Twins exposed star power and reduced a lead forcing a final playoff game that decided a season? Yes, the Tigers obviously collapsed, losing momentum at a time winning counts. Disappointed fans watched the Tigers relapsed a lead, which couldÆve soothed an ailing town that has been battered with economic downturns. Unemployment rates are high, jobs have crippled, a ...
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