Tigers 6 Reds 0

Our old friend, Brennan “B Squared Money” Boesch, just keeps showing up and I’m not sure why. Not that have any ill will towards him, or anyone else for that matter, but I just can’t figure out why teams keep having a look at him.  Perhaps there is little risk and the price is right?  Granted, he did win the Pacific Coast League batting title last year but he looks like the same old B Squared Money to me.

When Boesch first came up, you’ll remember, he was on fire for two months, exactly 30 days longer than Chris “Red Pop” Sheldon.  In fact, B Squared Money, almost hit himself onto the all-star team. Unlike, Red Pop, who I knew was going to to cool off, I wasn’t sure about Boesch.  I didn’t like his lack of plate discipline but he was making a lot of hard contact.  I thought, he’s either a left handed Vladimir Guerrero or a left handed Red Pop.  He was the latter.  Did I mention he plays the outfield like I do?  (I’m fat, have a bad back, and haven’t played since 8th grade. )  I guess my question for major league organizations is, haven’t you seen enough?

Getting to the game, Anibal pitched a gem and Miggy and J.D. might be heating up. Now add to that, Victor, JV and Rondon coming back and perhaps I had started on the obit prematurely?  I’ve been told I have a tendency to fly off the handle?

Have I mentioned that I sat through about 50 home games in 2003?  Remember, the year they lost 119 games?

I’m not hating this team that much right now.  Funny, winning does that to me.

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4 thoughts on “Tigers 6 Reds 0

  1. I was with you until you said Rondon… I’ve never read so much hype about a guy who has done NOTHING at the major league level.. But if they get a ‘healthy’ VMart back they could make some sort of run before the break. Was in Cincy yesterday, and the general consensus is they will be selling off at the trade deadline…

  2. I agree about BB. I liked him during his time in Detroit, and not quite sure what happened with him. Unfortunately, I almost see Castallanos going that same route, unless the coaches can fix him somehow.
    The Cincy player I wanted to see was Eugenio Suarez. He was one of my favorites for the Whitecaps a few years ago, and I wish him the best. Batting .200 won’t keep him in the bigs for long either, though.
    -Mike

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