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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu Apr 24, 2008 11:40 am

You cant help but feel bad for him. He doesnt have it going for him this year. But our pen is doing spectacular. i dont know what we would do when Rodney and Zoom get back.
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu Apr 24, 2008 11:45 am

Didja hear that tale that Mario told about Texas Ranger German Duran? He was 9 years old and watched Kenny pitch his perfect game as a Ranger in 1994. Now here he is in the big leagues and facing him!
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu Apr 24, 2008 1:03 pm

We left right before the 11 run inning, on our way to the car we could hear the cheers for Miggys home run. Dang it!


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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu Apr 24, 2008 8:31 pm

laprimamirala wrote:
Didja hear that tale that Mario told about Texas Ranger German Duran? He was 9 years old and watched Kenny pitch his perfect game as a Ranger in 1994. Now here he is in the big leagues and facing him!

Yeah, that was a cool story.
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:45 pm

Updated photos of Tigers 19 - Rangers 6 - April 23, 2008 game


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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu Apr 24, 2008 11:04 pm


Tigers sweep Rangers, 8-2

Detroit Tigers take on the Texas Rangers at Comerica Park in Detroit, Mich. on April 24, 2008
Robin Buckson / The Detroit News


Tigers manager Jim Leyland signs autographs for fans before the game as
the Detroit Tigers take on the Texas Rangers at Comerica Park in
Detroit, Mich. on April 24, 2008.


Brandon Inge, starting at catcher, talks to home plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt as the game is about to start.


Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman releases a pitch in the first inning.
In his four and 2/3 innings of work, Bonderman allowed two hits with
two earned runs, seven walks and seven strike outs.


Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera makes the catch to get Rangers' Jason Botts out in the first inning.


Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson follows through on his solo home run in the first inning. Granderson went 1-for-4.


Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson slaps five to third base coach Gene Lamont on his solo home run in the first inning.


Tigers' Ramon Santiago, right, hugs Curtis Granderson after his solo home run in the first inning, his first for the year.


Tigers manager Jim Leyland looks over papers, possibly lineup sheets, in the dugout.


Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman lets out a big sigh as he heads back to
the dugout after finishing the first inning. Bonderman allowed one home
run off Rangers' Michael Young, had one walk and one strike out.


Rangers pitcher Jason Jennings winds up in the first inning. In his
five innings of work, Jennings allowed five hits with five earned runs
with five walks and four strike outs.


Tigers shortstop Edgar Renteria talks to home plate umpire Hunter Wendelstedt after he struck out swinging in the first inning.


Tigers third baseman Ryan Raburn catches a pop up by Rangers' David Murphy in the second inning.


Back in the lineup for a second game, center fielder Curtis Granderson
stands ready on deck as Ryan Raburn bats in the second inning.


As Rangers' Michael Young slides into second, Tigers second baseman
Placido Polanco tries to turn a double play but the throw is too late
in the third inning.


Tigers' Miguel Cabrera stands ready at his new position, first base, next to Rangers' Josh Hamilton in the third inning.


As the crowd cheers, Tigers' Magglio Ordonez heads for home on his solo home run in the third inning.


Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera, left, congratulates Magglio
Ordonez after Ordonez's solo home run in the third inning. Magglio went
3-for-4.


Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman follows through on a pitch in the fourth inning.


Tigers left fielder Jacque Jones attempts to catch a foul ball off the
bat of Rangers' David Murphy but can't stop before he goes over the
railing in the fourth inning.


Tigers left fielder Jacque Jones attempts to catch a foul ball off the
bat of Rangers' David Murphy but can't stop before he goes over the
railing in the fourth inning. Jones finished the inning but left the
game after that.


Tigers left fielder Jacque Jones attempts to catch a foul ball off the
bat of Rangers' David Murphy but can't stop before he goes over the
railing in the fourth inning.


Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman is not happy after he walks Rangers'
Jason Botts, scoring Frank Catalanotto and moving runners to second and
third bases in the fifth inning.


Tigers infielders Ramon Santiago, left, catcher Brandon Inge and Miguel
Cabrera come to the mound around Jeremy Bonderman as manager Jim
Leyland makes his way to the mound to bring in Zach Miner in the fifth
inning.


Tigers pitcher Zach Miner releases a pitch in the fifth inning. In his
three and 1/3 innings of work, Miner allowed no hits with one walk and
three strike outs.


Tigers catcher Brandon Inge comes out to talk with pitcher Zach Miner in the fifth inning.


Tigers right fielder Magglio Ordonez, center, celebrates with Marcus
Thames (33) and Placido Polanco after Ordonez hit his home run with two
RBIs in the fifth inning.


Fans celebrate a solo home run by Brandon Inge in the sixth inning.


Tigers manager Jim Leyland and Magglio Ordonez congratulate Brandon Inge on his home run in the sixth inning.


Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera singles up the middle in the eighth inning. Cabrera went 1-for-4.


Tigers shortstop Edgar Renteria heads to first on his double to left-center in the eighth inning, scoring Miguel Cabrera.


With Gary Sheffield, left, and Marcus Thames, right, Tigers' Miguel
Cabrera is all smiles after he scored on a double by Edgar Renteria in
the eighth inning.


Tigers' Miguel Cabrera tries to signal to Edgar Renteria on second base after Renteria scored Cabrera in the eighth inning.


Tigers pitcher Bobby Seay winds up in the ninth inning. In his one inning of work, Seay allowed two hits.


Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera attemps unsuccessfully to bare hand
a grounder by Rangers' Frank Catalanotto in the ninth inning. Cabrera
was not given an error on the play.


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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Fri Apr 25, 2008 6:18 am


Hopefully this is the LAST time we will see THIS all season!!


the end of this bat ended up lodged in the turf!
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Sat Apr 26, 2008 2:32 pm

I wish I would've seen that "over the fence" play by Jacque Jones. Waiting for the Tigers archives to put it up.
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Sun Apr 27, 2008 3:31 pm

Angels 4, Tigers 3
4/25/08
John T. Greilick / The Detroit News


Angels starter Ervin Santana pitches in the first inning. Santana
earned his fourth victory of the year, going six-and-a-third innings,
giving up three runs on six hits. He struck out four, walked two and
gave up a homerun to Curtis Granderson in the fourth inning.


Tigers DH Gary Sheffield flies out on his first at-bat in the first inning.


Detroit Tigers starter Nate Robertson pitches in the second inning.
Robertson pitched seven full innings, giving up four earned runs, six
hits, one homerun, one walk and striking out three. The Angels got to
him only in the fourth inning, but they scored four runs and that was
enough in a 4-3 Tigers loss.


Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero swings the bat in the on-deck circle before his first at bat.


Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera makes the put out of Angels Torii
Hunter in the second inning. The throw came from third baseman Brandon
Inge.


Angels starter Ervin Santana retired nine straight batters through the first three innings.


Tigers second baseman Placido Polanco watches his throw to first to
execute a double play to end the third inning for baserunner Casey
Kotchman and the Angels.


Angels starter Ervin Santana looks on as Tigers Curtis Granderson
rounds the bases with a solo homer in the fourth inning to break up a
no-hitter through three innings.


Detroit Tigers Jacque Jones reacts as he called out in a close play at
first base, an out ended the fourth inning of the Tigers game against
the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Comeric Park in Detroit Friday
April 25, 2008. The Angels won 4-3.


Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero high fives his teammates after hitting
a two-run homer off Nate Robertson to open the scoring in the fourth
inning.


Angels' Casey Kotchman hits a two-RBI single in the fourth inning that proved to be the difference in the game.


This grounder off the batter of Tigers Miguel Cabrera gets through the
gap between Angels shortstop Erick Aybar (left) and second baseman
Maicer Izturis for a base hit in the fourth inning.


Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero fouls one back in the fifth inning. He blasted a two-run homer in the fourth.


Tigers batter Magglio Ordonez reacts after his bases-loaded, no-outs
pop up in the sixth inning was caught by Angels first baseman Casey
Kotchman in the sixth inning. The Tigers did get one run in the sixth,
but they needed two to tie the game.


Angels starter Ervin Santana looks a the baseball in his hand while
pitching out of a jam in the sixth inning. Santana earned his fourth
victory of the year, going six-and-a-third innings, giving up three
runs on six hits. He struck out four, walked two and gave up a homerun
to Curtis Granderson in the fourth inning.


Angels left hander Darren Oliver came into the game in the seventh
inning to pitch to one batter, Curtis Granderson, who he got to fly out.


Curtis Granderson reacts after flying out of Angels left hander Darren
Oliver in the seventh inning with runners in scoring position.


Tigers Denny Bautista pitched a scorless eighth inning in relief of starter Nate Robertson.


Angels batter Torii Hunter tosses his bat in disgust after popping out in the eighth inning with one out and two runners on.


Tigers Magglio Ordonez is struck out by Angels reliever Justin Speier
in the eighth inning. Ordonez went 0-for-4 at the plate, but was
credited with an RBI.


A Tigers bat boy hands a ball, fouled off by Jacque Jones, to a Tigers fan, while ignoring the pleas of an Angels fan.


Tigers Pudge Rodriguez reacts angrily after lining out with two runners
to end the eighth inning and the Tigers last legitimate threat.


Tigers closer Todd Jones got the Angels out 1-2-3 in the ninth.


Angels closer Francisco Rodriguez pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning to earn his tenth save of the season.


Angels closer Francisco Rodriguez high fives catcher Jeff Mathis after
getting the Tigers out 1-2-3 in the ninth inning to earn his tenth save
of the season.


Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero high fives manager Mike Scioscia after
the victory. Guerrero hit a two-run homer in the fourth off Nate
Robertson to account for half of the Angels' runs.


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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Sun Apr 27, 2008 3:47 pm


Tigers 6, Angels 4

April 26, 2008
Robin Buckson / The Detroit News


Tigers first base coach Andy Van Slyke (18) and Ryan Raburn conduct the base running on-field clinic before the game.


from left, Tigers hitting coach Lloyd McClendon and center fielder
Curtis Granderson conduct the hitting on-field clinic before the game.


Tigers' Ryan Raburn is given the as the Tigers 2007 Rookie of the Year
award by the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association before the game.


Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga releases a pitch in the first inning.
In his six innings of work, Galarraga allowed three hits with one
earned run, two walks and three strike outs.


Tigers shortstop Edgar Renteria bobbles a grounder, being assessed with an error, from Angels' Torii Hunter in the first inning.


Angels pitcher Dustin Moseley releases a pitch in the first inning. In
his five innings of work, Moseley allowed six hits with three earned
runs, two walks and five strike outs.


Tigers second baseman Placido Polanco safely steals second beating the throw to Angels' Maicer Izturis in the first inning.


Tigers high five second baseman Placido Polanco as he scores on a ground rule double by Magglio Ordonez in the first inning.


Tigers manager Jim Leyland, left, talks with shortstop Edgar Renteria before he bats in the second inning.


Tigers pitcher Armondo Galarraga releases a pitch in the third inning.




Tigers third baseman Brandon Inge is out as he tries to steal second in
the third inning. Making the play is Angels' Maicer Izturis.


Tigers third baseman Brandon Inge makes the throw to first for the out on Angels' Torii Hunter in the fourth inning.


Angels pitching coach Mike Butcher (23) comes out to talk with pitcher
Dustin Moseley after Moseley walks Tigers' Miguel Cabrera in the fourth
inning.


Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson catches a fly ball off the bat of Angels' Jeff Mathis in the fifth inning.


Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson follows through on his double in the fifth inning. Granderson went 2-for-5.


Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson scores on a single by Placido Polanco in the fifth inning.


Angels third baseman Chone Figgins catches a pop up off the bat of Tigers designated hitter Gary Sheffield in the fifth inning.


Home plate umpire Wally Bell calls the final strike on Tigers right fielder Magglio Ordonez to end the fifth inning.


Tigers manager Jim Leyland comes out to the mound to take pitcher
Armando Galarraga out of the game in the seventh inning after Galarraga
gave up two runs.


Tigers pitcher Aquilino Lopez follows through on a pitch in the seventh
inning. In his one inning of work, Lopez allowed one hit with one
strike out.


Tigers designated hitter Gary Sheffield prepares to go on deck in the
seventh inning. This was Sheffield's first game back after being out
with shoulder pain.


Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera, left, congratulates second baseman
Placido Polanco after Polanco scores on a double by Magglio Ordonez in
the seventh inning.


Tigers pitcher Denny Bautista winds up in the eighth inning. In his one
inning of work, Bautista allowed two hits with one earned run.


Tigers second baseman Placido Polanco watches his throw to first as
Angels' Casey Kotchman slides in the eighth inning. The double play was
successful.


Tigers pitcher Todd Jones follows through on a pitch in the ninth inning. In his one inning of work, Jones allowed one hit.


Tigers outfielders Curtis Granderson, left, and Magglio Ordonez
celebrate their 6-4 win over the Los Angeles Angels at Comerica Park in
Detroit on April 26, 2008.


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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Mon Apr 28, 2008 7:29 am

http://gallery.mac.com/music2bmade#100068 or

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgF58KB6UB4

Here is a kinda rudimentary home movie DH took from his digital camera of the 4/25 Angels game we attended!
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Mon Apr 28, 2008 12:37 pm

clap


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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Mon Apr 28, 2008 1:43 pm

thanks! Kudos to our friends who were with us...they both grew up in Detroit and he found a great parking place in a snap!
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Wed Apr 30, 2008 5:44 am




one of the best moments!

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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Wed Apr 30, 2008 7:24 am

laprimamirala wrote:
http://gallery.mac.com/music2bmade#100068 or

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgF58KB6UB4

Here is a kinda rudimentary home movie DH took from his digital camera of the 4/25 Angels game we attended!
thumbs up what a smile LP! thumbs up
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Wed Apr 30, 2008 9:32 am

swiss_tiger wrote:
laprimamirala wrote:
http://gallery.mac.com/music2bmade#100068 or

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgF58KB6UB4

Here is a kinda rudimentary home movie DH took from his digital camera of the 4/25 Angels game we attended!
thumbs up what a smile LP! thumbs up

full of beer and Magglio!!! Big Smile
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Wed Apr 30, 2008 10:17 am

lol!
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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu May 01, 2008 2:50 am

Tigers 6, Yankees 4
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Kathy Willens / Associated Press


Yankees' Phil Hughes delivers a first inning pitch against the Tigers.


Tigers' Magglio Ordonez follows through on a first inning two-run single off New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes.


Yankees center fielder Johnny Damon loses the ball from his glove on a Magglio Ordonez two-run single in the first inning.


Tigers' Kenny Rogers delivers a pitch in the first inning.


Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes looks toward the outfield as Detroit
Tigers Gary Sheffield, rear, runs the bases after hitting a third
inning two-run home run.


Detroit Tigers third base coach Gene Lamont (22) greets Gary Sheffield
after Sheffield hit a third innng two-run home run off New York Yankees
pitcher Phil Hughes in their baseball game at Yankee Stadium in New
York, Tuesday, April 29, 2008. The Tigers won 6-4.


Tigers' Placido Polanco, left, greets teammate Gary Sheffield at the
plate after Sheffield hit a third inning two-run home run off Yankees
pitcher Phil Hughes.


Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes, below, leaves the mound after he was relieved by pitcher Ross Ohlendorf in the fourth inning.


Tigers manager Jim Leyland, left, takes the ball from reliever Denny
Bautista after Bautista loaded the bases and hit Yankees batter Derek
Jeter with a pitch, allowing a run to score in the eighth inning.


Tigers third baseman Carlos Guillen, right, tags out Yankees' Johnny
Damon on Bobby Abreu's' eighth-inning, bases-loaded groundout.


Tigers center fielder Curtis Granderson, left, celebrates with right
fielder Magglio Ordonez after the Tigers defeated the New York Yankees
6-4.


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PostSubject: Re: April 2008 Game Pics   Thu May 01, 2008 2:59 am

Tigers 6, Yankees 2
Yankee Stadium in New York, Wednesday, April 30, 2008.
Kathy Willens / Associated Press


Tigers starter Jeremy Bonderman delivers pitch in the first inning.Bonderman pitched into the eighth inning.


Tigers catcher Ivan Rodriguez, right, holds up the ball in his glove as
home plate umpire Chad Fairchild rules New York Yankees' Derek Jeter
was safe on Melky Cabrera's first-inning single.


Tigers second baseman Placido Polanco waits for the throw from the
outfield as New York Yankees' Johnny Damon slides safely in with a
first-inning double off Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman.


Tigers shortstop Edgar Renteria throws to first after forcing out New
York Yankees Melky Cabrera on a ball hit by Robinson Cano in the fourth
inning.


Tigers' Edgar Renteria greets Marcus Thames (33) at the plate after
Thames hit a fifth-inning two-run home run off Yankees pitcher Andy
Pettitte.


Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte yells into his glove after giving up a fifth-inning two-run home run to Tigers' Marcus Thames.


Yankees left fielder Johnny Damon leaps for but can't reach a home run by Detroit Tigers' Placido Polanco in the eighth inning.


Detroit Tigers third base coach Gene Lamont, left, slaps hands with
Placido Polanco after Polanco hit an eighth-inning solo home run off
Yankees reliever Kyle Farnsworth.


Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera, left, looks on as Magglio Ordonez
congratulates Placido Polanco as Polanco returns to the dugout after
hitting an eighth-inning solo home run off New York Yankees' Kyle
Farnsworth in the Tigers' 6-2 victory in a baseball game at Yankee
Stadium in New York, Wednesday, April 30, 2008.


Tigers players celebrate after their 6-2 victory over the New York Yankees.


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