baseball77 wrote:AquaMan2342 wrote:baseball77 wrote:Cubs: 667 runs scored, 1310 hits, 156 HR, .257 avg, .744 OPS
Tigers: 678 runs scored, 1308 hits, 169 HR, .259 avg, .746 OPS
In the off-season last year, experts were stating that the Tigers could reach 1,000 runs for the season and have one of the most potent offenses in MLB history. The core of the Tigers team hasn't changed much since then. And the Cubs are the "overrated" team?
I have not spoken one word about the Detroit Tigers anywhere on this thread. You know nothing about my opinions of the team, or whether or not I feel the Cubs are a better or worse team than them. Please stop bringing them up.
Uh, that was the first time I had brought them up. I was just pointing out by your logic that the Tigers are pretty much equally crappy and overrated. That was all.
Sorry, you are the second person to bring them up for some reason. And by your logic, yes, you are correct. I am glad you realize that the Cubs are crappy and overrated and shouldn't blame practically all their troubles on one emotionally volatile player that they made a conscious decision to sign in the off-season.