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Like Stripes on the Fur Coat of a Tiger - 10/20

Say what? Rany Jazayerli says the Tampa Bay Rays owe Brandon Inge a playoff share. (It has to do with the Rays being able to draft David Price, who saved last night's ALCS clincher.)

At Fangraphs, Dave Cameron says Nate Robertson could be an excellent buy-low candidate in a world where Kyle Lohse can get $41 million. From your fingers to Dave Dombrowski's ears, sir. Have at that one, people.

(via MLB Trade Rumors)

The Detroit Tigers Weblog calls attention to a chat going on today at the forum that will focus on the organization's prospects. Questions will be answered by Mark Anderson of

Speaking of those Rays, The Daily Fungo says they're better than the 2006 Tigers. Agree? Disagree? (Obviously, beating the Phillies in the World Series would effectively end that argument.)

Just curious: Are you disappointed the Tigers aren't part of the Jake Peavy trade chatter? Or do you accept Dombrowski just doesn' have the chips to play in that game? (I know... Tiger Town had its big trade last year.)

Over at The Spot Starters, Blake reminds us that this Miguel Cabrera kid is pretty good, and just might have a future in this league.

The Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo thinks Derek Lowe wants to return to the Red Sox. However, the Tigers are still mentioned as one of 12 teams (!!) that are interested in signing him as a free agent.

Tiger Tales has begun its off-season analysis, looking at how each Tiger ranked in Runs Created, and comparing that to their American League counterparts. First up, catcher, first basemen, and second basemen.

If you haven't noticed, we have two new additions to the Tigersosphere. Give a hand to Trumbull and Michigan and Old English D. Both are off to good starts, with enjoyable material to read so far, and have been added to The BYB Blogroll.

If there's a Tigers-related site you think should be added or if you think your site was perhaps unfairly deleted in favor of the noobs, please let me know.