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I have a question for all of the baseball fans on Eastern Michigan University’s campus—the ones who were getting teased by the 50-degree weather in late January and were counting down the days until pitchers and catchers reported to spring training: Are you excited for the World Baseball
Baseball is finally back, and even though the Eastern Michigan University Eagles traveled south for the opening series, the team still couldn’t escape the snow.
The Eastern Michigan University baseball team is looking to make a big turnaround after finishing their 2012 campaign with a 25-31 overall record and 14-13 against Mid-American Conference opponents.
As the World Baseball Classic is approaching its start in early March, Team USA announced their roster Thursday. Managed by Joe Torre, this is a team of great depth, good bats and some questionable pitching.
After a strong postseason but a lackluster World Series, general manager for the Detroit Tigers, Dave Dombrowski, has a few holes to fill for the 2013 team. Here are my predictions of what positions they need to fill.
As if winning the American League Triple Crown wasn’t enough, Detroit Tigers’ third baseman Miguel Cabrera was voted the AL’s Most Valuable Player Nov. 15. Cabrera is the first Tigers position player to win the MVP since Hank Greenberg in 1940.
As the MLB season comes to a close, the Detroit Tigers finished the year by getting swept by the San Francisco Giants, who won their seventh World Series championship. The Giants are tied with the Boston Red Sox for fourth most World Series titles by a team or franchise.
The Detroit Tigers earned a trip to their second World Series in seven years on Oct. 18 when they completed a four-game sweep of the New York Yankees by a score of 8-1. The game was rained out the night before, much to the dismay of Tigers fans everywhere.
A giant has reawakened. The Major League Baseball’s self-imposed label of being America’s pastime may very well be regaining legitimacy as the television ratings for the MLB Playoffs have increased.
The Detroit Tigers took on the New York Yankees in game one of the American League Championship Series Oct. 13. This is their third ALCS in the last seven years. Earlier in the season, many were calling for manager Jim Leyland to lose his job, based on questionable decision making with his lineups.
With an extra set of Wild Card teams playing for a spot in each division series, it is important for each Major League Baseball team to take advantage of every game in the MLB 2012 playoffs.
For some people, October is the month associated with cider mills and Halloween. To others, this writer included, it is associated with the Major League Baseball playoffs. Many baseball fans look forward to the fall as the renewal of some of the most storied rivalries in the sport.
Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera made history Oct. 4, by earning the Triple Crown award. He is the first player in 45 years to win the award, which is given to the player who leads his league in the following three categories: batting average, home runs and runs batted in.
The Detroit Tigers took first place in the American League Central earlier this week and as of press date, their magic number (the total number of team wins/losses by the Chicago White Sox) is three. Since Sept. 27, the team is still firing on almost all cylinders.
The Detroit Tigers are still in the playoff hunt. Two weeks ago, it appeared as if they had all but given up on the playoffs, but in the last seven days, it looks like an entirely different team has taken over. Prince Fielder has found his swing again, the starting pitchers have just about gotten back to their good form and the bottom of the order is swinging the bat.
The Detroit Tigers have been struggling on the road lately, and their chances of making the playoffs are in serious jeopardy if they can’t win crucial away games.
The Eastern Michigan University baseball team took two of three games from the Kansas Jayhawks this weekend. The Eagles won the rubber match 10-4 at Hoglund Ballpark Sunday in Lawrence, Kan.
The Eastern Michigan University baseball team lost two of three games in a season-opening series against fourth-ranked Clemson.