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Tigers Trounced By Jays

No other way to put it. And they lose their first series of the season. I guess if you’re going to have a bad day, it’s not a bad idea to have one when Roy Halladay is on top of his game. Had the pitchers done well, we would have still lost it.

And there’s two ways to look at their record. On the one hand, if you had told me they’d be 6-3 after nine games at the start of the season, I would have said it would be huge, and it is. On the down side, they’ve now lost 3 of 5. The one good thing about their recent streak is they’ve bounced back after every loss.

Nate Cornejo opens things up for the Tigers as they start a three game series at Jacobs Field. C.C. Sabathia will be throwing for the Indians, and he has a pretty good track record against the Indians, and he’s also been sharp in two starts this year. Hopefully the Tigers can get to him early, because the Indians pen has been, well, pretty bad.

I hope everyone had a good tax day. And here’s to hoping the Tigers can sweep the Indians.

And I’ll end this with what I thought was pretty funny. My buddy Jay, who’s responsible for the design of Tigerblog, thought that with the increase in people coming to the site, Tigerblog deserved it’s own merchandise. I don’t expect anyone to buy this stuff (except maybe as a joke), but you can check out the Tigerblog merchandise here.

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