Ten years ago this week, the Tigers went to the Winter Meetings in Nashville with all the appearances of a team tying up loose ends, having made big deals earlier in the offseason. Instead, they walked out of the Opryland Hotel and Resort a few days later with Miguel Cabrera.
October brings out the best in baseball. Just take a look back at the 2007 American League Championship Series, when the Red Sox beat the Indians in seven games.
Todd Helton was shocked a decade had passed since the Rockies’ miracle march to the World Series. But when he saw his old teammates during Friday’s 10-year reunion at Coors Field, the years melted away.
While the current Rockies club tries to make its playoff mark, the squad that 10 years ago brought the greatest moments in team history is planning a rousing reunion at Coors Field.
Bud Black is still holding a grudge. The new Colorado Rockies manager kicked off his introductory press conference by referencing Matt Holliday‘s slide at home in the 2007 one-game playoff, which was against the San Diego Padres, his old team. "To this day, I don’t think he touched it," Black told a slew of reporters […]
The Cleveland Indians came into the season with a tough task: Unseat the defending World Series champion Kansas City Royals in the American League Central. On Monday, they did just that. With their 7-4 win over the Detroit Tigers, the Cleveland Indians clinched the AL Central for the first time since 2007. A slow April may have been […]