Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by Nemo, Jan 22, 2017.
that's what I'm talking about don't forget the OJ or coffee
Gotta be happy for Romine. The guy does whatever he's asked to do and some things he's not asked to do. Dude hit a pretty tough pitch, too. Miggy had another 0-fer.
as long as Miggy is batting ~.100 it's all good
He's down to 107 @ 3 for 28 with no extra base hits or RBI. No runs scored..has struck out 9 times and walked 7.
He always ends up in the mid 300s. He's due, that's all.
so he's 10 for 28 or about .300
He went yard finally this morning in the first inning...(well afternoon for some of you)....
That gets his batting average up to a respectable .133. That's 9 games and at least one Detroit home run in all 9 games...the longest streak to start a season in Tigers' history. Detroit is trailing 3-2 after 4 innings as Zimmermann is somewhat struggling today.
Walks will kill you.....ask Zimmerman Sanchez has lost his mojo....and so far long relief is not cup of tea
Miggy jinked us, should of just took his walks
Somewhere Mickey Tettleton is smiling.
Or striking out...
golfing I'm sure
Alex Avila is the worst baseball player in the world.
Tigs 6 Cle 1 bot 8 Norris 2 hits over 6 inning
Best thing about that game was Norris' performance. Very encouraging - especially if Zim doesn't get it together. Boyd pitched well the last time out, too. Miggy seems to have realized that the regular season has started.
Norris threw 6 scoreless but he wasn't even on his game: The bullpen struggles came after left-handed starter Daniel Norris gutted through an outing in which he didn’t have his best stuff. Norris allowed two hits and four walks over six scoreless innings. He struck out five. “The numbers look good in the box score, but he had trouble throwing strikes,” Ausmus said. “He threw about 50% strikes. ... Didn’t have his curveball, in fact, I don’t know if he threw a curveball all night. Didn’t feel it in the bullpen, so he was basically a three-pitch pitcher. He did an excellent job of gutting through it when he didn’t have his best stuff or his best command and ultimately he got the win.”
Thanks for the details. Yeah, I just saw the highlights which, clearly, were misleading. Good thing he has FOUR pitches, I guess. If he only had three and had to rely on just a fastball and something else since his third pitch wouldn't be working, then that's a problem. Would remind me of Wil Ledezma.
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