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Since: 3.10.02
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Not to get everybody riled up, and I know it is WAY premature to really mean anything, but, the Tigers are undefeated.



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I know it means little,but if nothing else, this has to be great for the team's confidence to be able to start out as winners rather than massive losers. Mike Maroth was probably the happiest guy in the world yesterday to actually get a win when he he was starting. I-Rod rulz.

.500 here we come!




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If the Tigers finish .500 this year, they should waive the 5 year rule and induct I-Rod into the Hall of Fame next year.
Now, on the other side of the coin: Is Tosca's job on the line for the Blue Jays this weekend in Boston? I don't think J.P., with the high 80's win expectations, will be very patient if they start 1-5 or 0-6.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.34
    Originally posted by StaggerLee
    Not to get everybody riled up, and I know it is WAY premature to really mean anything, but, the Tigers are undefeated.


Oh great. Thanks a lot. Here the Tigers were, about to go 162-0 and you had to go and jinx it. Sheesh.

Man, there are already thousands of people drunk in downtown Detroit this morning for the home opener (and I almost ran over two of them on the way to work).



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
    Originally posted by StaggerLee
    Not to get everybody riled up, and I know it is WAY premature to really mean anything, but, the Tigers are undefeated.


Don't get too excited. They played my Blue Jays (OMEG YAH I DO OWN THEM!!!), who had 8, 6, and 5 hits respectively in the first, second, and third games.

The Jays' lousy offense is exactly what the Tigers' pitching staff needed to start the season.



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    Originally posted by MARTYEWR
    The Jays' lousy offense is exactly what the Tigers' pitching staff needed to start the season.


That lousy offense that finished second in runs scored in the American League last year. I mean, you know, seriously, some of us should be so lucky to have such a lousy offense.



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I was gonna say, it's not like the Jays' offense is as bad as about 85% of their pitching staff.



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