Archive for Tag Archives: ' baseball'

Grading The Tiger Offseason

With baseball almost back for the 2016 season, the landscape of Major League Baseball has changed as many players have gotten moved around, which always happens in the winter months. The Detroit Tigers were one of [...]

Orioles bring brooms to Motown, sweep the Tigers

With all of the drama that has occurred over the last several days in the baseball world, it has seen its first elimination – the Detroit Tigers were swept by the Baltimore Orioles in three games. [...]

Snow creates problem for baseball and softball

It’s no secret this winter has been brutal. The snow and sub-zero temperatures seemed to be endless for a long four months, and the weather is still having its effects on multiple Albion athletic teams, most [...]

Fielder’s tenure cut short in Detroit

It’s safe to say it’s nearly impossible to predict what transactions Tigers’ general manager, Dave Dombrowski, will pull out of his hat. From acquiring Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis after the 2007 season to making a [...]

Trade value has reached its Max

Max Scherzer. 28-years-old. Potential Cy Young winner. 21 wins. 2.90 ERA. 240 strikeouts. What an impressive year it was for Scherzer, but Dave Dombrowski, it’s time to let Max go. The Tigers were a good team [...]

Jackie Robinson Day

Spring is here, which means baseball is back. Many people, regardless of their level of baseball fandom, know the story of Jackie Robinson and how he changed the game forever. His exploits were recently displayed in [...]

Baseball heads to Florida to regain focus

The Britons kick off their season March 9th with a stop in Indiana to take on Franklin College, before heading down to Florida to play six games in six days. Last year, Albion baseball started slowly, [...]

Seventh inning stretch

As the men’s baseball season reaches its halfway point, the Britons are gearing up for second-half conference play against fellow MIAA opponents. [...]

Wanted: Landshark

Bryan Gundersand’s, Grosse Pointe senior, hard work ethic and natural talent have given him many looks by professional baseball scouts as a possible entry in the 2010 MLB draft. [...]

Angels in the outfield

After receiving backlash from the Catholic community for scheduling Opening Day on Good Friday, the Detroit Tigers have invited Pope Benedict XXX to throw out the ceremonial first pitch for the season home opener. [...]