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Tigers Swept by Jays, AL West Race Heats Up

Another tough weekend for the Tigers, as they were swept by the Blue Jays, and were shutout twice. I didn’t get to watch much baseball this weekend, or football for that matter, but it looked like Halladay and Cornejo threw quite a game on Saturday.

And the AL West race is really heating up. The Twins and White Sox are tied, and they play each other in a four game series beginning tonight in Chicago. If one of them can come out winning 3 of 4, that would give them a huge edge down the stretch (duh). Then they play each other again next week in a three game series.

I’ve touted the White Sox, but the Twins also have seven against Detroit, and we know how the Twins have owned Detroit the last couple of years.

And the Tigers stand pat at 37 wins. I’d like them to win 6 more, but we’ll see. Things get more and more grim every day.

My wife’s birthday is tomorrow, and that’s one of the reasons I’ve been out of action for a while. Hopefully I’ll get back into the groove starting tomorrow when the Tigers take on the the Yanks.

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