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Tigers the Latest Victim of Young Phenom Rich Harden

Or more specifically, same shit, different day.

One bad inning by Nate Cornejo put this one out of reach for the Tigers, and even in a game where Detroit outhit their opponents, they still came up short, losing 7-2.

Once again, Cornejo is the latest in a line of Detroit starting pitchers that haven’t been able to pitch deep into a game. Fortunately, the Tigers had an off day on Monday so the pen got some rest by default. Cornejo is the fourth Tiger this season to post their 10th loss (joining Bonderman, Maroth, and recently departed Adam Bernero).

The Tigers are on pace now to win 42 games, and I heard on the radio that if you take their record from August 5, 2002 through August 5, 2003, the Tigers are 36-125. That’s two years worth of losses for a good team.

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