Rays 1 Tigers 0

I’d be more open to “tipping my hat” to the other pitcher if this didn’t happen so often. That being said, both pitchers threw a gem this afternoon. So hat’s off to both Alex Cobb and David Price

David Price was smokin balls. He pitched a complete game and allowed only one unearned run and got a loss for his effort.

The Tigers had chances to score but couldn’t come through with a big at-bat. The top of the seventh with Torii on third, and one out, comes to mind.

I wasn’t back on the bandwagon after the first two wins so I’m not that disappointed by today’s loss.

The Royals could be on a run like the Colorado Rockies were on in 2007.

We’ll see.

Oh yea, up yours Nathan you shit bird!

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

AL Wild Card – Rays 4 Indians 0

Well the Indians offense looked like the Tigers offense.  The red hot Indians got cooled off by the Tampa Bay Rays.

The Indians had several chances to score, they had 9 hits, but couldn’t push across a single run.  (Is this the Indians or the Tigers?)

The key moment in the game was in the bottom of the 4th when the Indians had the bases loaded with 1 out and Asdrubal Cabrera at the plate.  Alex Cobb got Cabrera to hit into a 3-6-1 double play to end the threat and the inning.

Nick Swisher had chances as well but went 0-4 with 2 strikeouts and left 5 runners on base.

The Rays are off to meet the Red Sox and I’m picking the Rays in 6.

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