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Sunday, August 22, 2004

Matt has changed his site from this address to It is now a all sports website instead of a Tigers site. Please go to his new site and check it out.

Saturday, June 05, 2004

Hello Tiger Fans, this is Dan from Detroit Sports. Matt's computer is broken so he won't be able to post again till it gets fixed. Stay posted.

Saturday, April 17, 2004

Starting pitcher, Nate Cornejo and the Detroit Tigers were roughed up for the second straight night losing to the Cleveland Indians 10-3. The Tigers could have made it a closer game but they stranded 11 baserunners. Cornejo gave up a career-high eight earned runs and 14 hits before getting pulled in the fifth inning. He also walked 2 batters, struck out one, hit a batter, and balked in a run. The rest of the team made the damage worse. Craig Monroe threw a wild throw intended for home plate which let in a run. Monroe is now tied for the lead on the team with 3 errors. Ugueth Urbina proved to be another one of the Tiger's washouts, just like Matt Anderson, in his tigers debut. He came into game with bases loaded and nobody out. He gave up one earned run and two hits, walked two, and struck out two during the game. Even though he didn't have that strong of an impact in his first game with the Tigers, he still has a lot of time to redeem himself (unless the coaches already think he is a washout after that game).

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Friday, April 16, 2004

The Tigers were no match for Roy Halladay and the Blue Jays Thursday, losing 11-0. Alex Sanchez started the game off with a single, but after that it was all about Halladay. He retired 12 of the next 13 batters. He struck out 4 of the 7 batters he faced in the second inning through the fourth. the Tigers managed to get 8 singles on the afternoon. Once Jason Johnson left the mound, the Jays were ready to pounce on Gary Knotts. Knotts gave up five runs and five walks on the night which probably knocked him out of the race for the fifth spot on the pitching rotation. "Today was not pretty," Trammell said," but we'll move on."

Tigers Record:

Thursday, April 15, 2004

Nate Robertson holds off the Jays again. After Robertson struck out seven Toronto hitters over four innings eight days ago, he struck out 16 Toronto hitters Wednesday night which led to a 5-3 win over the Jays. The Tigers bats were hitting as well. Craig Monroe's sacrifice fly scored Fernando Vina. Carlos Pena drilled a double scoring Carlos Guillen and Rondell White. Bobby Higginson singled in Pena to give the Tigers its second four-run lead of the year.
After this showing, I think Nate robertson has just won the fifth spot on the starting rotation.

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Wednesday, April 14, 2004

The Tigers fielding caused them the game against the Blue Jays Tuesaday. After being ahead most of the game, the Jays relief pitchers shut them down giving up 3 hits in 6 innings, giving the Tigers a 7-5 loss and a 5-2 record. Kevin Cash doubled 3 times scoring one and knocking in 2 more. Douglass, however, kept toronto in the game with 3 innings of one-hit relief. After a few extra base hits, the Tigers led 2-0 before the Jays ever made an out. Even when Hentegen (the starting pitcher for the Jays) had left the game, his team was already battling back. Eric Hinske started the second inning with a solo shot off Jeremy Bonderman. The Jays added 2 more runs in the third and they stayed the same till the seventh inning. Fernando Vina made 2 errors that came back to haunt the Tigers. The first error came when Vina missed a pop-up off the bat of Chris Woodward. The next batter, Kevin Cash, drilled a ground-rule double to score Woodward. Detroit led by one in the eighth until Frank Catalanotto scored on an error.

Tuesday, April 13, 2004

The Tigers closed out their opening week with a close one. Craig Monroe's line drive single to left scored Andres Torres in the bottom of the 10th, sending the Tigers to a 6-5 win over the Twins and a 5-1 record. Carlos Guillen drove in Fernando Vina in the bottom of the 7th. Carlos Pena had a walk and a hit with an RBI. Alan Trammell told the press, "The thing about our ballclub is we have a well balanced lineup. Pudge can not carry us. Rondell White can't carry every night either." I think that explains what the Tigers will need to do this year. Everyone of the players will need to step up and play their role on the team in order for them to have a good and productive season.

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