Other preseason annuals cover all of baseball and never focus on the team you love, but hereas a publication that goes beyond the basics and provides the thorough and intensive treatment of the Tigers that diehard fans crave. In addition to a preview of the American League, Tigers Corner 2007investigates the 2007 Tigers through scouting reports from major league scouts. This insider information is exclusive to Tigers Cornerand will bring followers up to speed on the new team quickly. Also included is an analysis of the teamas offensive approach and how it eschews the Moneyball theory of walks and on-base percentage. Featured also is Gary Gilletteas examination of Comerica Park and how its design and renovation have impacted the team over its life span. Youall also hear from the teamas announcers and get their opinions about the Tigers revival and the teamas chances going into 2007. The book also revisits Tigers history, including a review of Hank Greenberg and how his career might be even more impressive than previously thought. Ty Cobbas pennant-winning teams of the early twentieth century are explored, as well as a review of the Tigersa fall from grace between the glorious summer of 1984 and their 119 losses during the 2003 season. Tigers Cornerevaluates the entire organization, with a look at the teamas top prospects, including a QaA with Andrew Miller, an interview with a top Tigers scout, and a look at the production the Tigers have got out of their farm system in recent years. Written by Tigers fans with Tigers fans in mind, Tigers Corner 2007is unmatched for the level and amount of information it presents. Itas an essential guide for every fan! A publication of Maple Street Press, distributed by Potomac Books, Inc.The book also revisits Tigers history, including a review of Hank Greenberg and how his career might be even more impressive than previously thought.
|Title||:||Tigers Corner 2007|
|Publisher||:||Potomac Books Incorporated - 2007|