Baseball Etiquette: The Book of Unwritten Rules

Every sport has their own set of unwritten rules the majority of players abide by, rules that fans are seemingly always at a crossroads with when it comes to understanding and accepting them as sports consumers. From padding stats in virtually decided basketball game, to rookie hazing football, and things such as “turtling” in hockey… … Read more

A series to forget: Yankees take three of four from Tigers at Comerica Park

The Detroit Tigers entered the four game set against the New York Yankees with a 10-2 record, and even the New York Times published an article praising what the Tigers have done. Unfortunately, Detroit did not live up to the praise as the Yankees took three of four games in impressive fashion. Game 1: Detroit 2, … Read more

Tigers news and notes: Tigers/Yanks, Nathan done for the year, bullpen roster moves

In today’s edition of news and notes, we discuss the Tigers falling to the Yankees, Joe Nathan being ruled out for the season and the Tigers shaking up the bullpen. Tigers 1, Yankees 2 A day in which starter Anibal Sanchez went 6.1 innings strong, and allowed only one hit and one run, the Tigers’ … Read more