With Justin Verlander looming in game 7, one swing of the bat changed everything. Shane Victorino’s 7th inning grand slam put the Boston Red Sox up for good as they went on the claim the American League Pennant 5-2 in game 6. The Sox will be making their first trip back to the fall classic… Read More Victorino’s Slam Sends Sox Into World Series
The 2012 MLB Playoffs has been full of drama already. Each divisional round series went the distance. Friday nights game 5s didn’t disappoint. Down 6-0 early, and seemingly out of it the defending World Series champions, the St. Louis Cardinals pulled off yet another improbable comeback to eliminate the National League’s top team the Washington… Read More Cardinals, Yanks, and Tigers Advance to LCS
Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera became the first player since Carl Yastrzemski in 1967 to win the triple crown. Cabrera led the AL in homers with 44 and 139 rbi’s while batting .330. Even with this amazing fete there is still the debate over who should win AL MVP, Cabrera or Angels superstar rookie Mike… Read More Triple Crown Him
Former Milwaukee Brewers slugger Prince Fielder has agreed to a 9-year $214 million deal with the Detroit Tigers.
A week after winning the American League Cy Young Award Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander was named the American League MVP. Verlander is the first pitcher to win the award since Dennis Eckersley in 1992. Verlander received 13 of the 28 first place votes and 280 points total. Verlander was followed by Boston Red Sox… Read More Verlander Wins AL MVP
Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander was the unanimous winner of the American League Cy Young Award. Verlander finished with a Major League best 24-5 record, 2.40 ERA and 250 strikeouts.