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Wednesday, June 30, 2004
To steal a line from Double Down Trent: "Our little boy is all grow'ds up!"
THT's Matthew Namee appeared on MLB Radio's "Baseball Breakfast" with Billy Sample and Jim Leyritz this morning, discussing, among other things, his articles from last week about returning all MLB players to their original teams.
The show is archived on MLB.com and you can listen to Matthew's segment by clicking here.
It's been 20 years since the Tigers won 104 games and the '84 World Series, and I thought it would be cool to do one of those "Where are they now" articles on the team. It wasn't long, though, before I discovered this article from the Detroit Free Press, doing just that. It turns out that 20 of the 35 Tigers listed are still involved in baseball on some level. Some are coaching in the pros or at the amateur level, others are scouts, and others are broadcasters. Of course, Alan Trammell is the manager of the Tigers. His double-play partner, Lou Whitaker, is apparently a stay-at-home dad.
For anyone who's interested, I'm going to be on the Baseball Breakfast show on MLB Radio this morning, at 10:30 AM Eastern (9:30 Central, 8:30 Mountain, 7:30 Pacific, 3:30 PM in London, 6:30 PM in Moscow, 11:30 PM in Tokyo...). The show actually starts at 10 Eastern, and ex-players Billy Sample and Jim Leyritz are the hosts. I'm told I'm going to talk about my "What might have been" articles, and I think this link should point you in the right direction if you'd like to tune in over the internet.