The Craig Fahle Show

Tigers Even The Series

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Photo Courtesy Of: NYDailyNews

After falling behind 2 games to 1, the Tigers rebounded in a big way during Wednesday nights game 4 of the ALCS. Many Tigers fans lost faith when "Big Papi" Ortiz took closer Joaquin Benoit deep for a grand slam back in game 2. After dominate starting pitching the Tigers have seemed to fall apart once the bullpen made an appearance, not to mention the lack of offense. During Wednesday's game none of that seemed to matter. Starting pitch Doug Fister held the Red Sox to a mere 1 run over 6 innings and the bullpen managed to only allow 2 more. Add that to a switched up Tigers line up that was able to produce 7 runs, and you've got a 7-3 victory for the Tigers and and 2-2 ALCS. Tigers fans are rejoicing, but what's the rest of the country thinking? Wall Street Journal Sports Columnist, Jason Gay, talks to Craig about the outside perspective of the ALCS.

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