View Full Version : Are the Tigers really one of the teams to beat in the AL?
04-04-2008, 02:37 AM
The supposed offensive juggernaut Detroit Tigers scored just 5 runs in 3 games as the Kansas City Royals swept Detroit in 3 straight games. Mark my words, the Royals are going to make some noise this season and I couldn't be happier.
04-04-2008, 11:56 AM
Lemme check the schedule...yeah there is 159 games to play this season. But at this rate KC is going to go 162 - 0 and Detroit will go 0 - 162
04-05-2008, 05:09 AM
No, KC won't make noise. They are a couple years away. The pitching is almost there, BUT, that lineup is pretty bad.
Tigers should be the world series favorite.
That lineup is stronggggggggg.
S T A C K E D
04-05-2008, 09:33 AM
Oh dear, the Tigers are winless!!!! IT'S OVER!!! The Tigers are the biggest flop in the history of sports!!! Jim Leyland has lost it!!!! Ernie Harwell is turning over in his grave!!! (Oh wait, he isnt dead?) For the love of all thats holy, panic, panic!!
Uggggh, you have to love our ESPN overanalyzing world we live in as sports fans, remember, there is only about 158 or so games to go---take a pill and relax....:cool:
The tigers have some serious bullpen problems with Zumyia/Rodney out.( I'm sure I spelled Z's name wrong)
They will still battle it out with Cleveland for division title.
Every team will have 3 or 4 game losing streak during the season. It is just brought out to light more when a team has one to start a season as tigers are now.
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