Tigers 6 Royals 4

The Tigers salvaged a split of the four game, weekend, series in Kansas City.  They were lead by Anibal Sanchez who turned in 7.1 impressive innings and earned his second win of the season.  The offense took a brief hiatus from their spring slumber and put six runs on the board and the bullpen made the early lead stand up.  The series ended a lot better than it started.

I think Ned Yost did the Tigers a favor by taking Salvador Perez out of the game when the Tigers had a big lead. Salvi destroys Tigers pitching and might have done some damage when the Royals started coming back.

Jose Iglesias left the game with stiffness in his groin. Let’s hope it is nothing serious.  Besides Miggy, he might be the last person this team can afford to lose.

Question: If you are on second base, with less than two outs, and the ball is hit to your right, are you supposed to:

A: Run to third
B: Run back to second
C: Get caught in between
D: None of the above

3 thoughts on “Tigers 6 Royals 4

  1. Other than Cabrera and Avila I though the hitting was still a little sluggish. Lots of bloops and bleeders, but we’ll take it. Seems like Sunday is their day to hit as this is the 4th consecutive easy win on this day. The KC bats are due for a correction and I think we saw the start of that last night. They’re an ok team, but not this good. Their starting pitching is still a weakness IMO.

  2. Crippy the answer to your question must be different in Cuba or lost in translation I don’t know. Thought I saw speed today that MAY have forced the issue in the first and created a run….which we need to get through the 7th & 8th I’ll take a road split and day off for Iggy to rest. And is it just me…or should we all start to worry about JV?

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