Enjoy the postseason

I think I said this at this point last year, and I’ll say it again: Don’t let the fact that the Tigers aren’t in it affect your enjoyment of it. It’s a really interesting postseason from the standpoint of the teams involved, and hopefully Detroit fans can get a kick out of it while they wait and see who the next pitching coach is.

As for me, I went from Chicago to St. Pete to help out on the White Sox-Rays series, which has a great storyline for a series. If the Sox lose this one, it could be a case of misery loving company in the Windy City, at least until the Bears get to face the Lions this weekend. I’ll try to post here every so often when I get a chance.

I will say that it’s very strange being down in this part of Florida in October. It almost feels like Spring Training somehow started five months early and I should be watching some pitcher making a bid for the Tigers staff.

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Jason – thanks again for providing us fans this forum to vent and also to exchange our ideas and sometime in the future to celebrate! I like the feel of this board and plan on coming back for more.

I started a blog about the Tigers a few weeks ago… and it was nice to get updated on Tigers happenings from you. I enjoyed reading what you had to say! Things will be better next year for us! Take Care!
~Skip
http://skiponsecond.mlblogs.com/

They sure did take the standings down on the main page quickly! What a disastrous year. Nice try, Mr. I. I sure would like to know if he made any money this year.
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Dead last. Worse than the ROYALS. Now maybe it won’t be so hard to get tickets next year!

Well, it has been awhile since I posted. There are two reasons for this, 1) the horrible season it has been and 2) as some of you know (me), I have been busy writing.

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As I am in Cleveland (ugh) I was able to watch the last game on WGN against the Sox. Not being able to watch more than a handful of games all year, I still had to turn it off after a few innings. Sure, it was great to see the guys, but I just couldn’t take it any longer after the grand salami. I think my wife was happy I turned it off as well. :-)

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Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you, Jason, for another great year of reporting and say hello to all of you that I have grown to know over the past two seasons of posting on here. Hopefully, things won’t be so crazy (with the Tigers and me) next season so I can post everyday like I did for the better part of a year.

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Also, I know some of you were interested before on what was going on with my writing. Feel free to check out my new website (news about my upcoming novel) at:

http://tyschwamberger.wordpress.com/

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Go Tigers!

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