Detroit Tigers: MCB ‘Tiger Talk’ Detroit Snaps Eight-Game Losing Streak
By Dave Holcomb
Motor City Bengals Podcast – Tiger Talk: Detroit Snaps Eight-Game Losing Streak
Motor City Bengals Presents “Tiger Talk” with hosts Matt Pelc and Dave Holcomb. On this episode, Pelc and Holcomb break down another tough week for the Detroit Tigers, two rehabs outings from Saturday, the MLB Draft and a frightening moment from the weekend series in Boston.
To start the show, the two hosts discuss the disappointing players for the Tigers in 2015. Unfortunately, the team has featured its fair share of them. MCB Staff Writer Tom Zahari released a fan poll on Monday asking which player was the most disappointing of all, so the two hosts encourage listeners to check out the poll and vote.
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In the second segment, the hosts have yet another debate about the Justin Verlander injury, but this time around, Tigers fans finally have some good news. Verlander pitched extremely well on Saturday and appears ready to return to the big league club. The same cannot be said for fellow pitcher Bruce Rondon, who relieved Verlander last Saturday and struggled mightily. Pelc and Holcomb also talk about the potential shape the starting rotation could take in the next few weeks with Verlander’s return.
To wrap up the show, Tiger Talk has its best “Around the League” segment yet as the hosts discuss the lack of interest around the MLB Draft and what should major league baseball do about the accident that occurred in the stands at Fenway Park over the weekend.
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