It’s still cold, but baseball season is right around the corner. Detroit Tigers’ fans and players are dreaming of a championship this season, so let’s remember one of the greatest seasons in Tigers’ history: 1984.
The 1984 Detroit Tigers lead the AL East wire-to-wire, won 104 games and earned the franchise’s fourth and most recent World Series title. How many regulars on that team (100 or more at-bats) hit .300 or better?
Last week we asked the following trivia question:
Name the Tigers’ pitcher who hurled two complete game victories, including the Game 6 clincher in the 1935 World Series?
If you didn’t check our Facebook or Twitter accounts Tuesday afternoon for the answer, it was Tommy Bridges.
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