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Tigers Lose and Hosting Problems

Tough loss last night.  Welcome to the big leagues, Andrew Miller.  In his defense, Justin Verlander was hardly awesome in his couple of starts last year for the Tigers so we shouldn’t expect too much from the college star.  You would have thought that the Yankees game he pitched in was higher pressure, but maybe this big series had him rattled.

Mike Maroth pitched two solid innings to close out the game.  Granted it was mop up time at that point but it was still nice to see him get some work in. 

Hosting problems took down Tigerblog for most of the day and night yesterday.  I apologize and I’ve been told that while there may be more outages, most of the problems should be fixed by Monday.

It’s Nate Robertson going up against Boof Bonser this evening.  Robertson has bounced back with two solid starts after a horrible one against the White Sox.  Hopefully he’ll be able to keep things going.  The last time he didn’t throw at least six innings was June 11 and he’s only had one start this season where he went less then five innings.

Here’s one thing I noticed when looking at the Tigers stats.  Jeremy Bonderman has only given up 14 homeruns in 186 innings.  That’s very solid.  He should also have his first 200 strikeout season by year end.

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