The great team none other than Detroit Tigers fans might remember Larry Herndon

December 9, 2010

The great team none other than Detroit Tigers fans might remember Larry Herndon as the left fielder who caught the final out of the 1984 World Series. Or they might recall Herndon’s solo homer on the final day of the 1987 regular season that led the Tigers to a 1-0 win over the Toronto Blue Jays and finalize the American League East Division title. Fans can meet Herndon Friday when he takes part in the West Michigan Whitecaps’ Tiger Friday’s series at Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock Park. The first 1,000 fans will get a Herndon bobblehead. Gates open at 5:45 p.m. for the 7 p.m. the game against the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. The great teams of Detroit Tigers and Toronto Blue Jays start their weekend series in Detroit. It has been a irregular stretch for the Detroit Tigers as they battled all the way into first place in the American League Central, when they lastly get there, they give it up in a hurry and have been going in reverse ever since. The Tigers have gone 3-7 in their last 10 games and are an impressive 33-15 at home this season but they are attached for second place in the division with the Minnesota Twins, both of them following the Chicago White Sox. On July 10th, the Tigers were got the victory of five straight games, owned a record of 48-37, were in first place in the American League Central. Unfortunately they haven’t won a game since, and at 48-44 now find themselves in third place, 3.5 games behind the White Sox and a half game behind the Twins. Even though it may seem like a minor blip in a long season, the Tigers have extensively damaged their chances of winning the division by losing seven straight and now are long shots to make the playoffs. Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland has been expelled from Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Braves in the fifth inning for arguing a close call at first base. A day after umpire Gary Cederstrom approved he blew a called strike three that ended the Braves’ 4-3 win over the Tigers on Saturday night, Leyland took exception with a call by first base umpire Fieldin Culbreth. Culbreth called pitcher Justin Verlander out on a double-play grounder to shortstop Yunel Escobar with the bases loaded. Escobar threw to catcher Brian McCann to force out Carlos Guillen. McCann’s throw to first arrived about the same time as Verlander. Looking USA MLB (Major League Baseball) Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers Which one is your squad, Toronto Blue Jays or Detroit Tigers ? It’s time for you to Watch USA MLB Toronto Blue Jays vs. Detroit Tigers Free live stream, live score, prediction, preview, highlights and recapitulation and Be the supporter of your squad to Beat out the challenged. We wish the fans of both great teams can enjoy with the live score, MLB Match. Watch Live Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers, 22.07.2010, Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers SOPCAST, Live Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers, Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers Highlight, Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers, July 22 ,2010, Detroit Tigers vs. Texas Rangers. Get your Cheap Detroit Tigers Tickets

This article is written by Robert Wills. He is working for TicketToGames

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