Tigers 5 Royals 1

Before the ninth inning I was going to start complaining about the offense the last two games. I was going to cry how they’d only scored two runs each, in the last two games. Fortunately, J.D. Martinez and Alex “A Squared Money” Avila, stole my thunder.

J.D. came through with a solo shot and A Squared hit a two-run homer to extend the Tigers lead to 5-1.

The lead extension was important because it kept Joe Nathan out of the game. I didn’t want to go through another ninth inning like they did the game before. Nathan and a one run lead is playing with fire.

As it turned out, Everyday Al came in and closed out the ninth. The Tigers won their fifth in a row, third straight over KC, Freeway Ricky got his 12th win, the lead is extended to 7.5 games, and today, the Tigers have a chance for a sweep.

Win or lose this afternoon and I’m going to feel good about the Tigers going into the break. However, a ball smokin performance by JV and a series sweep might give me a bit of the ’84 feeling.

“God I love baseball.” -Roy Hobbs | The Natural

4 thoughts on “Tigers 5 Royals 1

  1. Love to get that 84 feeling again, but unfortunately KC is not the Toronto Blue Jays circa 1984…. They continue to crap the bed with men on base… Ricky wasn’t even on his game last night, plus getting squeezed by the ump, and they still couldn’t hit em.. Should finish the sweep today, in spite of JV…

  2. The One thing I learned from last night is…….next time we get blacked out we should spend $10 round trip get on the Tunnel Bus go to Caesars Windsor bet on the game drink a beverage & WATCH THE GAME!

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