A sometimes-irreverent look at Detroit's Boys of Summer, the Tigers, as they try to return to the top of the American League Central.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
VIDEO: Miguel Cabrera issues severe weather warning to baseball, pulverizes another home run
"It’s not often you see a home run hit to center that you know is gone off the bat at Comerica Park," manager Brad Ausmus said. "And I think everyone knew it was gone off the bat."
Ausmus said that about Miguel Cabrera's home run that hit the camera well in center field Friday night, measured at 454 feet.
It was just as applicable to Sunday's fourth-inning home run, clocked at 450 feet, according to ESPN Stats and Info, that made it into the second row of shrubbery in center field, just right of the flag pole.
It got out fast enough to beat the deluge of rain that would suspend the game after the fifth inning.
As James McCann said Friday, "It's not right. It's not fair."