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Tigers Face White Sox in AL Central Blockbuster

Way back on October 2, 1987, the Tigers started a three game series with Toronto Blue Jays.  The Tigers trailed the Jays by a single game.  This week’s Tigers/White Sox series may be the most anticipated series since that three game series against the Blue Jays.  It’s been a while.

Jon Garland goes head to head with Nate Robertson.  We had a tough time against Garland last year but he seems like a different pitcher despite the 8-3 record.

Robertson is like a pitching machine, right over the middle of the plate, with nothing on any of the pitches. I’ll bet the White Sox score 8 runs in this game, at least. We have no chance.

Posted by Dan on July 18th, 2006 at 4:32 pm

Youy were close dan. they scored 7 runs. poor showing. Nothing like listening to a giddy Hawk Harrleson. If they was any justice or divine power in this world, Jerks like hawk would have nothing to cheer about. Tigers need to get a big bat soon. make the trade. enough talk…do it!

Posted by michael on July 18th, 2006 at 5:50 pm

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