'I hope they go 0-162'
ESPN, Robert Sanchez
I don't know about the rest of you, but "sleazeball" has always been used as a very endearing term in my circle of friends. I don't see what the big deal is.
Throwing Ian Kinsler a pity party
SweetSpot Blog, Christina Kahrl
"If you're a Tigers fan, you should be worried about Kinsler." Or, I'll start worrying about him when I see an actual reason to start worrying about him. Until then, I'll keep my expectations high, thank you very much. Hmpf!
Motor City Bengals: Three Tigers that will produce in 2014 — and three that won't
Detroit Free Press, Matt Pelc
The first comment on this article reads: "I get tired of the negativity on Dirks. If he stays healthy, just watch." So, we can blame that guy. And we can also now guarantee that Dirks won't produce ... for 12 weeks at least.
'Brad probably could have been managing a few years ago if he had wanted to,' Matheny said Monday before the Tigers-Cardinals game.
Elsewhere in baseball:
The Next Scherzer: Low Strikeout Candidates
FanGraphs Baseball, Tony Blengino
Waiting for the breakdown on how they compare in Twitter awesomness. Because no one will be the next Scherzer if that's the case.
Can Baseball Get By Without a Commissioner?
The Hardball Times, Alex Remington
Can Melissa get by without tomatoes? Yes.
If Josh Hamilton is calling you out, you know you're in trouble.
Not any fun being in the Texas doghouse, is it @IKinsler3?— Josh Hamilton (@thejoshhamilton) March 4, 2014
Justin Verlander has entirely too much power. Because he got verified in exactly 0.5 seconds after this tweet was sent.
Ok twitter... @Verly32 made a big league appearance. Time for him to be verified. Retweet if u agree.— Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) March 4, 2014
One more time? Sure why not.