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(CBS Sports)   After nearly getting no-hit in Game 1, the Red Sox try to see if they can even up the series against Detroit. It's your ALCS Game 2 discussion thread, action begins at 8 PM ET   (cbssports.com) divider line 28
    More: Cool, Max Scherzer, Red Sox, Clay Buchholz, League Championship Series, Detroit, Tigers, Jarrod Saltalamacchia, Stephen Drew  
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2013-10-13 10:00:37 PM  
3 votes:
i.imgur.com
2013-10-14 08:02:59 AM  
2 votes:
www.boston.com
2013-10-14 11:30:40 AM  
1 votes:

picodenico: I wonder how many people were at the Pats and Sox game today, and left both early....


 The four guys sitting in front of me at the Sox game did. what a bunch of d-bags, too. One  of them started arguing with me when I told him he was wrong about some Sox stat he was screaming about. He got in my face saying he had season tickets and went to every game this year and wanted to know how many I had gone to. A lot less than him so I knew nothing. Drunk logic, I guess. Anyhow other fans in the area told him to shut up, he insulted some guy's wife, flipped everyone off and yelled he was going to a bar to be with real fans. Shortly after, one of his buddies gets up to scream something at a tigers fan, his seat folded up, and he missed it when he tried to sit back down landing hard and spilling his beer. Everyone laughed and he flipped us off and they all left. An inning later the Sox rallied.

/csb
2013-10-13 11:57:28 PM  
1 votes:

NeoCortex42: Kevin72: NikkiPoooo: Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.

Let's not a have a stroke, kay?

I will have a stroke about this. The Giants were sailing to win the 2002 series and the pitcher in his own words said he could have easily held out but Dusty Baker the most hated man in 2002 San Francisco took him out and the "relievers" lost imminently winnable game 6. There was no reason to take out Sherzer when he was doing so well and worse deprive him of tying the ALDS record which was imminently available. Now it's a humiliating loss. But I'm more bitter at Sherzer being denied his chance at history because "7 innings only precious snowflake". Fire the bum manager TONIGHT.

It's an easy decision in retrospect, not so obvious as it happens. It can just as easily go the other way. Just look at Pedro, 2003.


I don't know Pedro 2003. I know Sherzer 2013 hot hot hot with 13 strikeouts in 7 innings. I am not bitter at losing the game, that happens. I am bitter at Sherzer being denied his chance at history. The pussification that 7 innings better take him out represents. Have we forgotten that a man at that level of professionalism becomes more competitive?
2013-10-13 11:49:09 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: NikkiPoooo: Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.

Let's not a have a stroke, kay?

I will have a stroke about this. The Giants were sailing to win the 2002 series and the pitcher in his own words said he could have easily held out but Dusty Baker the most hated man in 2002 San Francisco took him out and the "relievers" lost imminently winnable game 6. There was no reason to take out Sherzer when he was doing so well and worse deprive him of tying the ALDS record which was imminently available. Now it's a humiliating loss. But I'm more bitter at Sherzer being denied his chance at history because "7 innings only precious snowflake". Fire the bum manager TONIGHT.


It's an easy decision in retrospect, not so obvious as it happens. It can just as easily go the other way. Just look at Pedro, 2003.
2013-10-13 11:45:43 PM  
1 votes:

NikkiPoooo: Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.

Let's not a have a stroke, kay?


I will have a stroke about this. The Giants were sailing to win the 2002 series and the pitcher in his own words said he could have easily held out but Dusty Baker the most hated man in 2002 San Francisco took him out and the "relievers" lost imminently winnable game 6. There was no reason to take out Sherzer when he was doing so well and worse deprive him of tying the ALDS record which was imminently available. Now it's a humiliating loss. But I'm more bitter at Sherzer being denied his chance at history because "7 innings only precious snowflake". Fire the bum manager TONIGHT.
2013-10-13 11:37:21 PM  
1 votes:

jaylectricity: Tarheel_Madness: Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.

The series?  Even if Boston wins, they've lost home-field advantage.  Detroit gets to play the next three in the roach-infested confines of Comerica.

Actually just the next 2, then back to Boston for game 5.


Nope. It's 2-3-2.
2013-10-13 11:35:04 PM  
1 votes:

Tarheel_Madness: Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.

The series?  Even if Boston wins, they've lost home-field advantage.  Detroit gets to play the next three in the roach-infested confines of Comerica.


Actually just the next 2, then back to Boston for game 5.
2013-10-13 11:34:45 PM  
1 votes:

Tarheel_Madness: Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.

The series?  Even if Boston wins, they've lost home-field advantage.  Detroit gets to play the next three in the roach-infested confines of Comerica.


Well, hey, at least their toilets don't back up into their dugouts...
2013-10-13 11:30:27 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.


The series?  Even if Boston wins, they've lost home-field advantage.  Detroit gets to play the next three in the roach-infested confines of Comerica.
2013-10-13 11:30:27 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: Dusty Baker's ghost is still haunting MLB and God damn that so much. It costed the Giants the world series when Baker took the winning pitcher out of game 6 in the 7th inning in 2002. They should immediately fire whoever took out Sherzer. Fire that a-hole now. He deprived Sherzer of his record and just lost the game and maybe the series. Fire the ass that took out Sherzer. I am disgusted.


Let's not a have a stroke, kay?
2013-10-13 11:25:49 PM  
1 votes:
www.toledoblade.com
Miss me yet?
2013-10-13 11:09:28 PM  
1 votes:

buckeyebrain: Kevin72: Sherzer is flirting with playoff strikeout history with 13 down and 19 possible.
American League records:
15 -- Roger Clemens, New York at Seattle, Oct. 14, 2000.
15 -- Mike Mussina, Baltimore at Cleveland, Oct. 11, 1997.
14 -- Joe Coleman, Detroit vs. Oakland, Oct. 10, 1972.

Nope, Veras is coming on in the 8th.


And going out.
2013-10-13 11:02:43 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: Sherzer is flirting with playoff strikeout history with 13 down and 19 possible.
American League records:
15 -- Roger Clemens, New York at Seattle, Oct. 14, 2000.
15 -- Mike Mussina, Baltimore at Cleveland, Oct. 11, 1997.
14 -- Joe Coleman, Detroit vs. Oakland, Oct. 10, 1972.


Nope, Veras is coming on in the 8th.
2013-10-13 10:57:23 PM  
1 votes:

Polish Hussar: The Bestest: Olympic Trolling Judge: Polish Hussar: I believe Scherzer just exceeded Sanchez's strike out total from last night

Looks like it.  Sanchez had 12, right?  MLB.com is showing Scherzer with 13.

Does Verlander get angry and get 15 on Tuesday?

I sure hope so.  As well as exceeding the no-hit and shutout innings of Sanchez and Scherzer


But can he get FIVE strikeouts in one inning?
2013-10-13 10:28:19 PM  
1 votes:

idesofmarch: Now the question is what Scherzer is going to do, now that some of the pressure is off.


Pressure? No pressure? The pressure is on for him to get a no-hitter. S-s-s-s-shhhhhh! Dont tell him. Keep it secret. Yesterday was practice for today's no-hitter.
2013-10-13 10:11:05 PM  
1 votes:

The Bestest: wow.. what an enormous dick in that crowd


You just described, like, 25,000 people.
2013-10-13 10:07:23 PM  
1 votes:

RminusQ: The Bestest: Hm.. it's way early, and Tigers fans will probably kill me for even bringing this up, but has any team ever swept two consecutive ALCSs?

According to Wikipedia, the Orioles swept the first three (1969-1971, each was a best-of-5)


OMG 1971 Orioles. 4 count them four 20-game winners.
2013-10-13 10:06:11 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: Kevin72: wxboy: This game is almost a carbon copy of last night.

Except for Miguel Cabrera's homerun.

Although you are correct about Boston being no-hitted again.


The Tigers seem to have broken the mimeograph machine.
2013-10-13 10:05:16 PM  
1 votes:
Bat smart. Bat V-Mart.
2013-10-13 10:04:06 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: wxboy: This game is almost a carbon copy of last night.

Except for Miguel Cabrera's homerun.


Although you are correct about Boston being no-hitted again.
2013-10-13 09:28:20 PM  
1 votes:

fatalvenom: Kevin72: BiffDangler: How many people actually give a shiat about baseball?  I did when I was a kid, but basically I don't know anyone who follows it anymore.

Lemme tell ya about growing up in Detroit in the early 1960s. There was no such thing as football soccer basketball. There was only baseball and the Detroit Tigers. I never heard about football, not a word of it until I was nine and a new kid on the block brought his football from wherever he moved from and taught us the rules. The only force more powerful than Tigermania was Beatlemania when it was more important to collect Beatles cards than baseball cards. But that was February March April of 1964. When baseball came back in season, so did baseball cards.

Yes that's the voice of the kid speaking. Yes as an adult I don't care about baseball unless the home team is in the world series. This time it is for the second year in a row.

But I thought Detroit is Hockeytown?


It might be hockeytown now. I was talking about the 1960s up to the Tigers winning it all in 1968. I went to junior high school and high school with Gordy Howe's sons, though even that didnt make hockey exciting.. That was after we moved to the suburbs. I left Detroit in 1983 for a national league city (SF Giants) so I never had to drop the Tigers, except for last year. My problem here in SF is that I actually LIKE the Dodgers.
2013-10-13 08:59:24 PM  
1 votes:

Kevin72: BiffDangler: How many people actually give a shiat about baseball?  I did when I was a kid, but basically I don't know anyone who follows it anymore.



Lemme tell ya about growing up in Detroit in the early 1960s. There was no such thing as football soccer basketball. There was only baseball and the Detroit Tigers. I never heard about football, not a word of it until I was nine and a new kid on the block brought his football from wherever he moved from and taught us the rules. The only force more powerful than Tigermania was Beatlemania when it was more important to collect Beatles cards than baseball cards. But that was February March April of 1964. When baseball came back in season, so did baseball cards.

Yes that's the voice of the kid speaking. Yes as an adult I don't care about baseball unless the home team is in the world series. This time it is for the second year in a row.


But I thought Detroit is Hockeytown?
2013-10-13 08:39:25 PM  
1 votes:

BiffDangler: How many people actually give a shiat about baseball?  I did when I was a kid, but basically I don't know anyone who follows it anymore.


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Lemme tell ya about growing up in Detroit in the early 1960s. There was no such thing as football soccer basketball. There was only baseball and the Detroit Tigers. I never heard about football, not a word of it until I was nine and a new kid on the block brought his football from wherever he moved from and taught us the rules. The only force more powerful than Tigermania was Beatlemania when it was more important to collect Beatles cards than baseball cards. But that was February March April of 1964. When baseball came back in season, so did baseball cards.

Yes that's the voice of the kid speaking. Yes as an adult I don't care about baseball unless the home team is in the world series. This time it is for the second year in a row.
2013-10-13 08:22:11 PM  
1 votes:
Once again, the Tigers will peak too early and cream Boston like Boston cream pie. Will the Tigers learn from 2012? Will they remain hungry as a Tiger for the win and work out like they mean to beat the Cardinals? Will they get the spirit of 1968 where they came back from game 1 where Bob Gibson struck out 17 Tigers and won 1968? Or will they throw it away like 2006? 2013 is an epic 2 out of 3 faceoff of 1968-2006-2013, a modern rivalry matching the older Yankee-Giants and Yankee-Dodger classics of the 40s 50s early 60s.
2013-10-13 08:13:17 PM  
1 votes:

BiffDangler: How many people actually give a shiat about baseball?  I did when I was a kid, but basically I don't know anyone who follows it anymore.


I don't care about baseball.  You wanna know how much I don't care about baseball?  I just clicked on a baseball playoff thread so I could tell a bunch of baseball fans that I don't care about their game.

So, uh, please note this for later reference baseball fans.
2013-10-13 07:57:22 PM  
1 votes:

idesofmarch: [content.sportslogos.net image 543x545]


I imagine that that tiger occasional enjoys recreational cocaine.
2013-10-13 07:49:46 PM  
1 votes:
I thought pitchers and catchers didn't report until February.
 
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