This writer was led to a fantastic baseball story when he got a Francisco Liriano rookie card.
His time in Detroit is over. It's bittersweet, but not necessarily the end of the Dontrelle Willis story.
This week, we run the gamut from the NBA to the Stanley Cup Finals, from the Indy 500 to Dontrelle Willis's two ... and bankrupt teams.
Some of his moves in an interleague road series proved just how much Leyland misses the pitcher hitting.
The rookies are limiting their mistakes. Willis, Bonderman, and Zumaya look healthy. Ordonez and Cabrera are pulverizing the ball. These are all comforting signs.
An annual MVP candidate and a derailed train. Did the Tigers or Marlins make a better trade?
The Tigers need a spot starter. They have no one else. This should be fun.
Yes, Detroit is back with the best starting pitching ERA in the American League. (I know!)
But did he control his pitches well enough?