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  • 2006 Detroit Tigers schedule & results

    Here's the final results for your 2006 American League Champion Detroit Tigers:


    "Forget Happy Gilmore. Here's Happy Guillen!"

    103-72, Second Place (AL Central)
    ~:~ April ~:~
    16 Wins, 9 Losses in April
    03 - W @ Kansas City, 3-1; Rogers (1-0)
    05 - W @ Kansas City, 14-3; Bonderman (1-0)
    06 - W @ Texas, 10-6; Robertson (1-0)
    07 - W @ Texas, 5-2; Maroth (1-0)
    08 - W @ Texas, 7-0; Verlander (1-0)
    09 - L @ Texas, 5-3; Rogers (1-1)
    10 - L vs. Chicago (AL), 5-3; Bonderman (1-1)
    12 - L vs. Chicago (AL), 4-3; Robertson (1-1)
    13 - L vs. Chicago (AL), 13-9; Verlander (1-1)
    14 - W vs. Cleveland, 5-1; Rogers (2-1)
    15 - L vs. Cleveland, 7-2; Bonderman (1-2)
    16 - W vs. Cleveland, 1-0; Maroth (2-0)
    17 - L vs. Cleveland, 10-2; Robertson (1-2)
    18 - L @ Oakland, 4-3; Verlander (1-2)
    19 - W @ Oakland, 11-4; Rogers (3-1)
    20 - W @ Oakland, 4-3; Rodney (1-0)
    21 - W @ Seattle, 2-1; Maroth (3-0)
    22 - W @ Seattle, 2-0; Robertson (2-2)
    23 - W @ Seattle, 6-4; Verlander (2-2)
    24 - L @ LA Angels, 3-0; Rogers (3-2) -- Game #20 (12-8)
    25 - W @ LA Angels, 5-2; Bonderman (2-2)
    26 - L @ LA Angels, 4-0; Maroth (3-1)
    28 - W vs. Minnesota, 9-0; Robertson (3-2)
    29 - W vs. Minnesota, 18-1; Verlander (3-2)
    30 - W vs. Minnesota, 6-0; Rogers (4-2)

    ~:~ May ~:~
    19 Wins, 9 Losses in May
    01 - W vs. Kansas City, 3-2; Bonderman (3-2)
    02 - W vs. Kansas City, 4-1; Maroth (4-1)
    03 - W vs. LA Angels, 2-1; Zumaya (1-0)
    04 - L vs. LA Angels, 7-2; Verlander (3-3)
    05 - W @ Minnesota, 9-6; Rogers (5-2)
    06 - L @ Minnesota, 7-6; Jones (0-1)
    07 - L @ Minnesota, 4-2; Maroth (4-2)
    09 - L @ Baltimore, 7-6; Rodney (1-1)
    10 - W @ Baltimore, 6-3; Verlander (4-3)

    12 - W @ Cleveland, 5-4; Rogers (6-2)
    13 - W @ Cleveland, 3-0; Bonderman (4-2)
    14 - W @ Cleveland, 3-2; Maroth (5-2)
    16 - W vs. Minnesota, 7-4; Robertson (4-2)
    17 - W vs. Minnesota, 2-0; Verlander (5-3)
    18 - W vs. Minnesota, 5-3; Rogers (7-2) -- Game #40 (27-13)
    19 - L vs. Cincinnati, 9-4; Bonderman (4-3)
    20 - W vs. Cincinnati, 7-6; Rodney (2-1)
    21 - W vs. Cincinnati, 1-0; Rodney (3-1)
    22 - W @ Kansas City, 8-0; Verlander (6-3)
    23 - W @ Kansas City, 8-5; Zumaya (2-0)
    24 - W @ Kansas City, 6-3; Bonderman (5-3)
    25 - W @ Kansas City, 13-8; Zumaya (3-0)
    26 - W vs. Cleveland, 8-3; Robertson (5-2)
    27 - W vs. Cleveland, 3-1; Verlander (7-3)
    28 - L vs. Cleveland, 9-0; Rogers (7-3)
    29 - L vs. NY Yankees, 4-0; Bonderman (5-4)
    30 - L vs. NY Yankees, 11-6; Jones (0-2)
    31 - L vs. NY Yankees, 6-1; Robertson (5-3)

    ~:~ June ~:~
    20 Wins, 7 Losses in June
    01 - W vs. NY Yankees, 7-6; Rodney (4-1)
    02 - L vs. Boston, 3-2; Jones (0-3)
    03 - W vs. Boston, 6-2; Bonderman (6-4)
    04 - L vs. Boston, 8-3; Miner (0-1)
    06 - L @ Chicago (AL), 4-3; Rodney (4-2)
    07 - L @ Chicago (AL), 4-3; Verlander (7-4)
    08 - W @ Chicago (AL), 6-2; Rogers (8-3) -- Game #60 (38-22)
    09 - L @ Toronto, 10-5; Jones (0-4)
    10 - W @ Toronto, 5-3; Miner (1-1)
    11 - W @ Toronto, 10-5; Robertson (6-3)
    12 - W vs. Tampa Bay, 4-3; Jones (1-4)
    13 - W vs. Tampa Bay, 7-1; Rogers (9-3)
    14 - L vs. Tampa Bay, 5-1; Jones (1-5)
    15 - W vs. Tampa Bay, 6-2; Miner (2-1)
    16 - W @ Chicago (NL), 5-3; Robertson (7-3)
    17 - W @ Chicago (NL), 9-3; Verlander (8-4)
    18 - W @ Chicago (NL), 12-3; Rogers (10-3)
    19 - W @ Milwaukee, 3-1; Bonderman (7-4)
    20 - W @ Milwaukee, 10-1; Miner (3-1)
    21 - L @ Milwaukee, 4-3; Zumaya (3-1)
    23 - W vs. St. Louis, 10-6; Verlander (9-4)
    24 - W vs. St. Louis, 7-6; Zumaya (4-1)
    25 - W vs. St. Louis, 4-1; Ledezma (1-0)
    26 - W vs. Houston, 10-4; Miner (4-1)
    27 - W vs. Houston, 4-0; Robertson (8-3)
    28 - W vs. Houston, 5-0; Verlander (10-4)
    30 - W @ Pittsburgh, 7-6; Colon (1-0) -- Game #80 (55-25)

    ~:~ July ~:~
    15 Wins, 10 Losses in July
    01 - L @ Pittsburgh, 9-2; Grilli (0-1)
    02 - W @ Pittsburgh, 9-8; Miner (5-1)
    03 - L @ Oakland, 5-3; Robertson (8-4)
    04 - L @ Oakland, 2-1; Rodney (4-3)
    05 - W @ Oakland, 10-4; Rogers (11-3)
    07 - W @ Seattle, 6-1; Bonderman (8-4)
    08 - W @ Seattle, 2-1; Miner (6-1)
    09 - L @ Seattle, 3-2; Robertson (8-5)
    11 - American League 3, National League 2
    13 - W vs. Kansas City, 6-4; Bonderman (9-4)
    14 - W vs. Kansas City, 10-9; Jones (2-5)
    15 - W vs. Kansas City, 6-0; Verlander (11-4)
    16 - L vs. Kansas City, 9-6; Miner (6-2)
    18 - L vs. Chicago (AL), 7-1; Robertson (8-6)
    19 - W vs. Chicago (AL), 5-2; Bonderman (10-4)
    20 - W vs. Chicago (AL), 2-1; Zumaya (5-1)
    21 - W vs. Oakland, 7-4; Verlander (12-4)
    22 - L vs. Oakland, 9-5; Ledezma (1-1)
    23 - W vs. Oakland, 8-4; Robertson (9-6)
    24 - W @ Cleveland, 9-7; Bonderman (11-4)
    25 - L @ Cleveland, 12-7; Rogers (11-4) -- Game #100 (67-33)
    26 - W @ Cleveland, 4-1; Verlander (13-4)
    28 - W @ Minnesota, 3-2; Rodney (5-3)
    29 - W @ Minnesota, 8-6; Robertson (10-6)
    30 - L @ Minnesota, 6-4; Bonderman (11-5)
    31 - L @ Tampa Bay, 7-3; Rogers (11-5)

    ~:~ August ~:~
    13 Wins, 16 Losses in August
    01 - W @ Tampa Bay, 10-4; Verlander (14-4)
    02 - W @ Tampa Bay, 8-3; Grilli (1-1)
    03 - L @ Tampa Bay, 2-1; Robertson (10-7)
    04 - W vs. Cleveland, 7-6; Colon (2-0)
    05 - W vs. Cleveland, 4-3; Zumaya (6-1)
    06 - W vs. Cleveland, 1-0; Ledezma (2-1)
    07 - W vs. Minnesota, 9-3; Miner (7-2)
    08 - L vs. Minnesota, 4-2; Robertson (10-8)
    09 - L vs. Minnesota, 4-3; Zumaya (6-2)
    11 - L @ Chicago (AL), 5-0; Verlander (14-5)
    12 - L @ Chicago (AL), 4-3; Rogers (11-6)
    13 - L @ Chicago (AL), 7-3; Miner (7-3)
    14 - W @ Boston, 7-4; Robertson (11-8)
    15 - W @ Boston, 3-2; Rodney (6-3)
    16 - L @ Boston, 6-4; Verlander (14-6) -- Game #120 (78-42)
    17 - W vs. Texas, 4-2; Rogers (12-6)
    18 - L vs. Texas, 2-1; Miner (7-4)
    19 - L vs. Texas, 3-1; Robertson (11-9)
    20 - L vs. Texas, 7-6; Grilli (1-2)
    21 - W vs. Chicago (AL), 7-1; Verlander (15-6)
    22 - W vs. Chicago (AL), 4-0; Rogers (13-6)
    23 - L vs. Chicago (AL), 7-5; Miner (7-5)
    24 - L vs. Chicago (AL), 10-0; Robertson (11-10)
    25 - L @ Cleveland, 4-2; Bonderman (11-6)
    26 - L @ Cleveland, 8-5; Verlander (15-7)
    27 - W @ Cleveland, 7-1; Rogers (14-6)
    30 - L @ NY Yankees, 2-0; Robertson (11-11)
    30 - W @ NY Yankees, 5-3; Grilli (2-2)
    31 - L @ NY Yankees, 6-4; Bonderman (11-7)

    ~:~ September ~:~
    12 Wins, 15 Losses in September
    01 - W vs. LA Angels, 9-0; Rogers (15-6)
    02 - L vs. LA Angels, 7-2; Jones (2-6)
    03 - L vs. LA Angels, 2-1; Ledezma (2-2)
    04 - W vs. Seattle, 6-2; Robertson (12-11)
    05 - L vs. Seattle, 4-3; Miller (0-1)
    06 - L vs. Seattle, 5-4; Zumaya (6-3) -- Game #140 (85-55)
    07 - W @ Minnesota, 7-2; Verlander (16-7)
    08 - L @ Minnesota, 9-5; Ledezma (2-3)
    09 - L @ Minnesota, 2-1; Robertson (12-12)
    10 - L @ Minnesota, 12-1; Bonderman (11-8)
    12 - W vs. Texas, 3-2; Rodney (7-3)
    13 - L vs. Texas, 11-3; Verlander (16-8)
    15 - W vs. Baltimore, 17-2; Bonderman (12-8)
    16 - W vs. Baltimore, 2-0; Robertson (13-12)
    17 - L vs. Baltimore, 12-8; Grilli (2-3)
    18 - W @ Chicago (AL), 8-2; Rogers (16-6)
    19 - L @ Chicago (AL), 7-0; Verlander (16-9)
    20 - W @ Chicago (AL), 6-2; Bonderman (13-8)
    21 - L @ Baltimore, 4-3; Rodney (7-4)
    22 - W @ Kansas City, 7-3; Ledezma (3-3)
    23 - W @ Kansas City, 15-4; Rogers (17-6)
    24 - W @ Kansas City, 11-4; Verlander (17-9)
    26 - W vs. Toronto, 4-3; Bonderman (14-8)
    27 - L vs. Toronto, 7-4; Robertson (13-13)
    28 - L vs. Toronto, 8-6; Rogers (17-7)
    29 - L vs. Kansas City, 9-7; Walker (0-1)
    30 - L vs. Kansas City, 9-6; Miner (7-6)

    ~:~ October ~:~
    8 Wins, 6 Losses in October
    01 - L vs. Kansas City, 10-8; Rogers (17-8) -- Game #162, end of reg. season (95-67)

    ~:~ ALDS ~:~
    3 Wins, 1 Loss in ALDS
    03 - L @ New York Yankees, 8-4; Robertson (0-1)
    05 - W @ New York Yankees, 4-3; Walker (1-0)
    06 - W vs. New York Yankees, 6-0; Rogers (1-0)
    07 - W vs. New York Yankees, 8-3; Bonderman (1-0)


    ~:~ ALCS ~:~
    4 Wins, 0 Losses in ALCS
    10 - W @ Oakland Athletics, 5-1; Robertson (1-1)
    11 - W @ Oakland Athletics, 8-5; Verlander (1-0)
    13 - W vs. Oakland Athletics, 3-0; Rogers (2-0)
    14 - W vs. Oakland Athletics, 6-3; Ledezma (1-0)


    ~:~ World Series ~:~
    1 Win, 4 Losses in World Series
    21 – L vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 7-2; Verlander (1-1)
    22 – W vs. St. Louis Cardinals, 3-1; Rogers (3-0)
    24 – L @ St. Louis Cardinals, 5-0; Robertson (1-2)
    25 – L @ St. Louis Cardinals, 5-4; Zumaya (0-1)
    26 – L @ St. Louis Cardinals, 4-2; Verlander (1-2)


    2006 American League Champions
    Last edited by racosun; 02-05-2007, 04:12 PM.
    "Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." - Edgar Allan Poe

  • #2
    Very nice rac.

    CCN - Sticky please, let's keep this on top !
    Originally posted by George & Al
    Baseball, Hot Dogs, Opening Day, the sound the bat makes when it hits the ball square, and a cold beverage while watching the greatest game

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    • #3
      Man, you folks want too much!
      Dave Bill Tom George Mark Bob Ernie Soupy Dick Alex Sparky
      Joe Gary MCA Emanuel Sonny Dave Earl Stan
      Jonathan Neil Roger Anthony Ray Thomas Art Don
      Gates Philip John Warrior Rik Casey Tony Horace
      Robin Bill Ernie JEDI

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      • #4
        Having KC six of the last nine games may be to our advantage.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Paulmcall
          Having KC six of the last nine games may be to our advantage.
          Ouch, talk about limping into the playoffs. These Royals are a Royal pain-in-the.... It would really be a crying shame to lose the division because of a sweep at home against Kansas City to finish up the regular season. Especially with the Twins losing to the White Sox the past two games. All we need is one Twin loss or one Tiger win and we are Central division champs, and will host the A's in the ALDS. Heckuva season.
          "Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." - Edgar Allan Poe

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          • #6
            It'll be interesting to see how history remembers this batch of Tigers. Most people waited until they were at least 30 games over .500 before they admitted they were contenders. Then they went into that long slide, capped off by Polanco's injury. Then giving the division title away to the Twins, losing the last five home games of the season. Then the unlikely and heroic upset of the Mighty Yankees, when nobody (not even many Tigers fans) gave them much of a chance. Then blowing right by the A's to get the the WS in near-record time. Then the agonizing wait for the NLCS to finish up, while the media hype surrounding the Tigers escalated out of control. Then the rustiness of the first game of the series, and Rogers' targate incident, then the butt-whooping we took to lose the whole thing.

            That's kind of how I remember it, as of now. Maybe someday they'll be looked upon as overacheivers, or underacheivers. No matter who looks at them, though, they'll always be the 2006 American League Champions. And that's a long way from 2003.
            "Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." - Edgar Allan Poe

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