Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Mizzou Baseball in the Majors: Max On

All eyes now turn to Tigers' Game 4 starter Max Scherzer (Detroit News)
Scherzer is fully recovered from his shoulder and ankle problems. He's ready to pitch and anticipates doing well.

But like all the other Tigers, he'd rather be back in Detroit tonight looking ahead to the American League Championship Series.

"I was the biggest cheerleader today, hoping we would win," he said. "It is a little bit weird not wanting to pitch, but at the end of the day, the team comes first, and we wanted to win today.

"But we weren't able to come through, so now it's my turn to give the team a chance to win."
Mess in the middle infield? A look at what the Rangers could do with Ian Kinsler, Elvis Andrus this off-season (Dallas News)
Move Ian Kinsler: We mean this literally. Or figuratively. It’s always been assumed that Kinsler could one day be moved to the outfield. It was also assumed, after 2011, that the move would be far down the line. But after a career-high 18 errors, there may be no time like the present. Moving him to a corner outfield spot might make it easier to trade Nelson Cruz and make room for Jurickson Profar at second. . .

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