Keith and Dave talked about yesterday’s baseball playoff games – 1-0 win by the Red Sox in Detroit thanks to a dominant performance by John Lackey and a 4-2 St. Louis win in Los Angeles […]
John Lackey out-pitched Justin Verlander — albeit not by much — to help the Red Sox beat the Tigers, 1-0, in Game Three.
BOSTON (AP) David Ortiz’s line drive sailed just beyond Torii Hunter’s reach and into the Boston bullpen, sending the Tigers right fielder flopping headfirst over the wall after it. With one swing, the Red Sox […]
In 2006 and 2012, Detroit swept the ALCS only to wait around for their NL opponent. And then the Tigers lost the World Series.
The St. Louis Cardinals win back-to-back home games started by Los Angeles aces Zack Grienke and Clayton Kershaw, while Boston gets no-hit for eight-plus innings in losing to the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park.
Joe Davidson of the Sacramento Bee called in and talked about the Folsom vs. Oak Ridge game as well as the Franklin vs. Grant game and a handful of other local high school football games. […]
Today, Grant started the show talking about the Tigers vs. Athletics ALDS game last night and how he doesn’t believe that Bartolo Colon is an ace of a staff but that Justin Verlander is. Later, […]
Keith and Dave reviewed the Athletics’ game five loss to the Tigers behind Justin Verlander’s dominant performance. They also debated whether pitching Sonny Gray was the right call and questioned why Bartolo Colon was never […]
Oakland didn’t get a hit until the seventh inning, and even though the team brought the tying run at the plate in the ninth with two outs, it wasn’t meant to be for the AL West champs this year. Again.
Keith and Dave hit the A’s hard this morning with tonight’s pending game five in Oakland. Bob Melvin has chosen to start Sonny Gray over veteran Cy Young candidate Bartolo Colon, and the guys broke […]
Keith and Dave spent a good chunk of the morning talking about the A’s after yesterday’s back-and-forth outing against the Tigers, in which lead changes, questionable home run calls, and a lack of timely hitting […]
DETROIT (AP) On a night of desperation, dispute and finally, delirium, Max Scherzer and the Detroit Tigers kept their season alive by the slimmest of margins. A tying home run, helped along by a couple […]