« Tigers Trade Bernero for Petrick | Anderson Wins Home Run Derby »

I had a chance to watch the last few innings of this game, and it was really was enjoyable to watch. I should have cozied up with my 2003 Baseball Prospectus while watching, but I didn’t think about it. It was nice knowing these guys really wanted to be there, and were excited (and probably a little nervous) about showcasing their talents.

And in sort of a statistical fluke, the Tigers’ representative, Preston Larison, came in with two outs in the top of the sixth (the game went to seven innings), gave up a single, a wild pitch, then got out of the inning but ended up getting the win. What’s equally ironic is he only has one win all series down in Erie.

I liked this game so much, I’m going to make a point to check out the AAA All Star Game (Pacific Coast League vs. International League) on Wed.

Comments are closed.

Tigers Resources
Baseball Historians
Minor League Blogs
Search TigerBlog

Send email
Your email:



Swag of the Moment
coffee mug swag

Show the love! Pick up your very own TigerBlog coffee mug or other item from the TigerBlog Store today!
Historical Baseball Sites
Tiger / Detroit Sites
Reference Sites
General Baseball Sites
Archives by Month
Archives by Category
Powered by