Bonderman’s Early Inning Woes Continue … Sort of
Posted on April 15, 2006
If there is a pattern with Jeremy Bonderman, it’s that if he’s destined to implode during a start chances are it will be in the first three or four innings. In today’s game he stretched it into the fifth inning before getting shelled. I keep having to remind myself that he’s only 23…
By following their 5 and 0 start with a 1 and 5 slide, the Tigers certainly look like the .500 club most people predicted for this year. But if you look at the standings in both leagues, only the Mets have put together an extended streak of solid play. Everyone else is hovering around .500 — give or take a game. The Tigers need to hang around and they could be okay.