ERIC HAASE EXPLAINS WHAT WENT WRONG
From Detroit News:
“I never had a good grip on the ball,” Haase said. “(The ball) coming in from the outfield, I slipped and then frickin' grabbed a big, ole' mud ball and just sailed it. It was a base running mishap by them. I was going to run the guy back and tag both runners, but there'd be no one at home.
“I just tried to pitch it and sailed it.”
*Note: Gregory Soto was covering home on the play but Haase did not know.
We hear from catcher Eric Haase, who says he just sailed a throw into left field in the ninth inning, allowing the tying and winning runs to score Tuesday night in Minnesota. #DetroitRoots pic.twitter.com/H5dn89SBix
— Bally Sports Detroit (@BallySportsDET) April 27, 2022
Welp. This is going to be a tough one to shake off.
Unfortunately, the Tigers were not able to hold the lead and they ended up losing the game on a play that looked like it was straight out of a Bad News Bears movie.
Rather than trying to explain what happened, we will let you watch for yourself.
Tigers lose 5-4.
Oh no. The Tigers just figured out the worst way possible to lose a ball game. Wow
— Ben Verlander (@BenVerlander) April 27, 2022
NFL Draft Betting: Should We Bet the Chalk in the First-Round Pick Market?
I aggregated some rankings and projected out odds for each player listed in order to find out where value exists.
Where might there be betting value? Let's take a look.
The six players listed with odds of -300 or shorter are actually rating out as good value bets to be first-rounders, given the strong ranks across the board.