This afternoon, the Detroit Tigers lost to the lowly Kansas City Royals, 3-2.
In true knee-jerk fashion, many fans of this team have some ideas on how to improve the team after they fell to 12-12 on the young season.
So I took a moment to capture these reactions so that we can see the simple steps that need to be made to turn the Tigers back into World Series contenders.
Here you go, in no specific order:
- Fire Jim Leyland.
- Fire Lloyd McClendon.
- Release Prince Fielder.
- Take Ryan Raburn out of the lineup.
- Stop paying attention to the Tigers and set your sights on the Detroit Lions.
It's pretty simple, Mr. Dombrowski. By firing the manager and hitting coach, and releasing your most high-profile free agent signing, you will right the ship and bring real baseball back to the fans of Detroit.
I'm sure you'll read this.