Thursday, October 18, 2012

World Series Here We Come!








11 comments:

Kathryn said...

Wish it was my Rangers again but headed immediately to your site for congratulations when I heard the news. Good luck to you and all Tigers fans!

Brie said...

Woohoo! Congratulations, they deserve it. I'm just happy it's not the Yankees ;-) Good luck!

Tracy S said...

I am SOOOOOOO glad you beat the Yankees!!!!!
Do me a favor ok? If St. Louis gets into the World Series---kill them in 4 games. Thanks! :)

My hate for the Cardinals go way back to 1982--when the Brewers lost to them in the World Series (Brewers were AL then).Then last year (now that we are NL) we played them in the playoffs and they beat us and went to the World Series and won again.

It looks like they are going to make it again--so please, please beat them for me :)

Nikki said...

Congratulations to your Tigers! That's so exciting, especially since I can hardly stand the Yankees (Derek Jeter not included).

LoriK said...

Woot! Yankees elimination day is always like Christmas, but when they're swept by the Tigers it's like Christmas, my birthday and at least one other holiday (one of the really good ones) all rolled into one.

Go Tigers!!!!!!!

Lynn/Elsandra said...

I thought of you the minute I heard the Tigers got it. I've been a Tigers fan since 1984 so I'm very happy too (though I still love my Twins).

Hilcia said...

The torture is over for me. It was ugly from where I was sitting, Wendy! But my dear, congratulations to your Tigers. Well and beautifully done!!! Good luck in the World Series!

Had to try republishing when this came up: ptyouT9 LOL!

Kelly in Tigerstown ;-) said...


Woo-hoo, all of Detroit and Michigan is SO excited for our boys making it back to the Series. GO TIGERS!

azteclady said...

Of course I thought of you--the only thing I know of baseball is that Wendy loves her Tigers and despairs when they don't do so well.

Well, here's the payoff for all that loyalty. Congrats, Wendy!

joykenn said...

I was in Detroit giving a workshop when the Tigers beat those !@#$ Yankees. I thought of two people--my father-in-law who worked in Detroit as a young man (pre WWII) and loved going to see the Tigers. He remained a Tigers (and Cubs) fan the rest of his life. He's smiling down now. In a horrible year for the Cubs its good that HIS TEAM beat the hated Yankees.
AND, I thought of you and your suffering along with the team. I"m happy for you.

Wendy said...

Yes indeedy, it's exciting times here at the Bat Cave. Now here's hoping we put on a better show in the World Series than we did in 2006!