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Inside John Lackey’s Successful 2013 ALCS Debut for the Red Sox


The veteran right-hander's unexpected victory over Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers is his biggest one yet in a Boston uniform. Read More »

Five Reasons Why The Detroit Tigers Will Be The Next World Series Champions

Don't believe me? Just keep reading... Read More »

Miguel Cabrera’s Opposite Field Madness

He has power to all fields and gets it done in the ninth. Somehow this guy doesn't get enough credit. Read More »

Detroit Tigers Question Marks (Mostly) Answered

The rookies are limiting their mistakes. Willis, Bonderman, and Zumaya look healthy. Ordonez and Cabrera are pulverizing the ball. These are all comforting signs. Read More »

From “Line Drive Base Hit” To “Line Drove Oh S#&%”

How the AL Central tiebreaker pretty much summed up the season and the love for the game. (Sappy, I know.) Read More »

Miguel Cabrera: Goat or Scapegoat?

Contrary to sportswriter opinion, this September collapse isn't all his fault. Read More »

Cy Young? How About Zack Greinke For MVP Too?

An historic ERA, considering his surroundings, puts him up there with Joe Mauer. Read More »

Myopic Hindsight: Revisiting The Miguel Cabrera Trade

An annual MVP candidate and a derailed train. Did the Tigers or Marlins make a better trade? Read More »