Ive never been waterboarded, but I can't see how it could be worse.
Rodney has nothing to be ashamed of, he kept them in the ball game for three innings. Good coaching on both sides. unclebuck
And it would have been 25 years since the glory days of 1984. Bless You, Boys.
Even before the first pitch was thrown -- I had that feeling in my gut that the Tigers were going to blow it...and guess what? They did!They might have won had Leland followed what I like to call "Detroit Tiger Rule #1: Don't leave Rodney in any longer than one inning".I give the Tigers a lot of credit for doing as well as they did, but there was no way that they were going to make the playoffs and the world series was a pipe dream....but there's always next year!
Rodney can be proud of that outing. He pitched longer than he ever should of had to. Just a brutal game.
Are y'all sure there's no crying in baseball? Last night's loss was painful to watch.
Last night's game was the MOST painful game I have ever watched in my 30 plus years as a Tiger fan. To put it bluntly, it was much less painful to watch Inge strike out swinging in the last game of the 2006 World Series.
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