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What's Your Favorite Detroit Tigers Moment?

The Detroit Tigers are preparing to enter into the first round of the playoffs against the Oakland Athletics and Patch wants to know what has been your favorite moment this season?

The Old English "D" is preparing to square off against the Gothic Script "A" in the first round of the American League Division Series and Patch wants to hear your favorite Detroit Tigers moment of the 2012 season.

The regular season was packed with memorable moments for the Detroit Tigers.

These are just a few of the many big-time moments for the Tigers this season.

Now, we want to hear Royal Oak Patch readers' favorite moment. Tell us your favorite Detroit Tigers moment from the 2012 regular season in the comment section below.

The Detroit Tigers begin the American League Division Series against the Oakland Athletics at 6 p.m. Saturday at Comerica Park.

Tony Pivetta October 07, 2012 at 11:19 PM
I haven't followed the Tigers since Governor John Engler and the Michigan State Legislature approved Welfare Queen Mike Ilitch's $189 million handout back in 1998. Nothing like robbing from the poor to give to the rich to fill this former Tigers' fan with civic pride!
Tony Pivetta October 07, 2012 at 11:28 PM
I'll stick with that moment in 1968, when Cardinals' catcher Tim McCarver popped a foul ball behind the plate. Tigers' catcher Bill Freehan flipped off his mask, camped under the pop fly and squeezed the ball in his glove. It was the third out of the seventh game! The Tigers, down three games to one after four, were World Series champions! Freehan ran to the mound to congratulate Lolich, who jumped in his arms! I'll take that image to my death bed! The 1968 Tigers were gods!

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