Apparently several Tigers got stuck in a revolving door at the Cleveland Marriott and NBC Sports’ Craig Calcaterra is livetweeting it at the scene.
A couple of the clips were low quality but if I hadn’t used them I wouldn’t have had enough footage for the video, so.
Not for commercial use. All hockey footage belongs to the NHL and IIHF (I think). “Favorite Star” was written by Rival Schools and appears on the album United by Fate.
Blah blah blah I don’t own anything, I’m just a fan showing some love, etc.
I decided to get the blog a premium theme because I like wasting money. Maybe this will be incentive to post more!
Ha ha. We’ll see.
The one thing you must understand is that my lack of disdain for the very disdain-worthy Ryan Raburn isn’t entirely rational. I can’t explain or reason with it any more than I can explain or reason away any number of my odd, irrational attachments.
Raburn isn’t a very good player. He has his moments of brilliance, as do most Major Leaguers; he was good enough to make it to the Majors and be a mediocre to downright bad replacement level (or worse) player. There are plenty who never made it that would probably give nearly anything to walk a mile in Raburn’s cleats.
My entirely irrational fondness for Raburn lies in a family death in 2009.
Cats With Bats is proud to present an exclusive(ish) interview with Twitter’s own (sort of) Fake Boesch! If you’d like to see more of him—sorry, no nude pics this time, guys—read on!
1B: Correlle Prime
SS: John Bushyhead
2B: Joe Sever
3B: Zarley Zalewski
OF: Mallex Smith
OF: Skye Bolt
OF: Torsten Boss
C: Austin Chubb
RHP: Zebulon Sneed
RHP: Storm Throne
RHP: Brock Dykxhoorn
RHP: Buck Farmer
LHP: Max Foody
RHP: Kieran Lovegrove
RHP: Lance Breedlove
LHP: Austin Thrailkill
RHP: Damien Magnifico
RHP: Walker Weickel
LHP: Michael Heesch
LHP: Fernando Fernandez-Beltran
Honorable mentions: Anthony Bemboom, Beau Maggi, D.J. Driggers, Rustin Sveum, Justin Chigbogu
That’s the end of day one of the MLB draft. More tomorrow!
To be updated as more picks come in.
The Detroit Tigers don’t pick until the second round, 91st overall.
As you probably heard, long-time Tiger and lightning-rod-for-controversy Brandon Inge was released following Thursday’s 5-4 loss to the Seattle Mariners:
Tigers have unconditionally released Brandon Inge. Brad Eldred’s contract will be purchased from AAA Toledo tomorrow.
— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) April 26, 2012