moochman wrote:After his last start Bonderman was asked what he was going to do. He said he was going to watch some video to see if he can find out what is going on. He was then asked if he usually does, he said no. I think this is the problem with Bonderman, Verlander, and maybe Nate Roberson-they don't seem to have worked very hard to get better.
I wouldn't expect too much improvement from Bonderman unless the Tigers replace their current pitching coach.
That's a really interesting point- their pitching this year has just been disappointment after disappointment. At a certain point, you can't help but ask what's going through the pitching coach's head.
And can the same be said of the batting coach?