Bonderman Feeling It In Return

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Jeremy Bonderman had his stuff as Tigers bats ignited in a 12-0 beat down in today's game against the Angels. Ervin Santana struggled again for the Angels, lasting 3 2/3 innings giving up eight earned runs while Jeremy Bonderman went eight strong innings, giving up four hits and striking out six. The only thing he could work on is his control. He walked five, but didn't let any of those runs come in. Helping Bonderman, Carlos Guillen had two big homeruns, while Gary Sheffield added his solo shot. Magglio Ordonez contributed three RBIs, two doubles, and two singles, while Carlos Guillen had just two hits, but five RBIs. The Tigers are on a two game winning streak improving to 29-17, just a game ahead of the Indians.

2 comments:

KevinGillman 4:25 PM CDT  

I certainly hope the Indians can win tonight just because they would go into this series against Detroit trailing just a half a game, it would mean more to Friday's game. If we can beat them head to head in the regular season then I like our chances better for taking the division.

Timothy 6:23 PM CDT  

bonderman = Cy young contender