Thearon W. Henderson
10 Total Updates since October 22, 2012
7 months ago Article 12 comments
Triple Crown winner and Detroit Tiger extraordinaire Miguel Cabrera made the regional cover of Sports Illustrated this week as the Tigers get set to face the Giants in the World Series.
7 months ago Article 29 comments
Jim Leyland has to choose between Andy Dirks and Avisail Garcia, and has limited bullpen options. Bruce Bochy has to wait until game three to use his two best starting pitchers, will take his Cy Young winner out of the rotation and leave Melky Cabrera off the roster.
7 months ago Article 6 comments
It's Wednesday, Oct. 24. This means but one thing: the first game of the 2012 Fall Classic is tonight. I'm throwing the traditional script out the window. There are a lot of fun links below, and it would be criminal to simply highlight just a few here. So read, enjoy, share, and go Tigers!
7 months ago Article 5 comments
The teams are set, the schedule is set, and the Tigers have set their pitching rotation. Here is the World Series schedule with lineups, probable starters, and vital season statistics for each player.
7 months ago Article 2 comments
Kurt and Al preview the World Series and make their predictions.
7 months ago Article 30 comments
Grant Brisbee, the managing editor of McCovey Chronicles (and a fantastic writer at a bazillion other sites), took the time to answer five questions about the San Francisco Giants prior to tomorrow night's opening game of the 2012 World Series.
7 months ago Article 9 comments
TiqIQ provided us with this World Series ticket information and price trends, so I thought I'd pass it on.
7 months ago Article 285 comments
Bless You Boys projects the World Series. Guess who we picked?
7 months ago Article 117 comments
This week in my Detroit News column, I wrote about the gamble that is playing Delmon Young in the outfield during the World Series.
7 months ago Article 96 comments
It took the National League seven games, but the Tigers' World Series opponents were finally decided. It's back to the Bay Area for the Tigers, who'll meet the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday.