Three Stats from the Detroit #Tigers 3-2 Win vs the Oakland Athletics

Three Stats from the #Detroit #Tigers 3-2 Win vs the #Oakland #Athletics #MLB

Six The number of pitchers used by the Tigers. Wednesday was a bullpen day with Alex Wilson, Kyle Ryan, AL Alburquerque, Blaine Hardy, Joba Chamberlain and Joakim Soria all recording at least one out. Three The number of runs batted in by Tigers left fielder and former Athletic Yoenis Cespedes. The outfielder won the game for Detroit while also scoring a run and drawing a walk to go along with…

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Podcast: The A.V. Club’s Kyle Ryan breaks down the year’s best podcasts

#SuryaRay #Surya Podcasts are awesome. The only thing better than creating podcasts is listening to them. And the only thing better than _that_ is talking about podcasts with Kyle Ryan, Managing Editor for the A.V. Club. He and his team put together the Podmass Central podcast reviews section over at the A.V. Club and have, of course, created a best podcasts of 2012 list. This is a great conversation about how the medium is maturing, where it’s heading and who is doing fantastic work.

And I’d like to give a special thank you to all our listeners who helped launch the first GigaOM Podcast show this year! We’re going to be even bigger and better in 2013.



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RoadMap Re-wind: Tumblr’s David Karp on good design (and no jerks)

Insta-gripes, 120 shades of Netflix and cool co-working

Is _Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn_ the future of web series?

Filter this: Twitter v. Facebook v. Flickr, Apple v. Microsoft (and Google)

GigaOM PRO Podcast: Mobile winners and losers of 2012

RoadMap re-run, our talk with Instagram’s Kevin Systrom

iTunes 11, When Things Connect, Sun Volt

What Aspiring New Media Stars Should Know About Agents and Managers

Holiday Gadget Gift Guide

War Tweets, Google TV and Nexus 4

Director Jay Duplass on low-fi movies through high-tech

Election Dissection, Ditching DSL and Dumping the iPad

Sandy’s Social, Infrastructure Impact and Forstall

Windows 8 Surfaces, and disruption eruption

iPad Mini, iMac gets skinny

Boxee Cloud DVR, Apple Rumors and Chromebook

_Commutist_ interview: Joy of X author Steven Strogatz

_Commutist_ podcast: Patent trolls, Costco ban and Passbook’s home run

Commutist, meet Nerdist, and interview with Chris Hardwick

T-Metro, Broadband Caps, Remembering Steve Jobs

Apple’s iO-Mess, Dirty Data Centers and Tesla

News from the Mobilize Conference

Paul Tough: How Children Succeed and what you can learn from them

The iPhone 5 Event

Come on, Kindle, Light My 4G Fire @suryaray

On Season 5 so far...

It’s great seeing Castle and Beckett together at last….

But is it just me, or is there a lot less focus on Ryan and Eposito? D: It’s like Castle and Beckett are in their own little world now, and Ryan and Esposito just tap on the glass, drop in a case clue, and then wander off again. 

I miss my bros! 

By Jason Beck

CHICAGO – The Tigers lost the much-anticipated pitching duel Saturday afternoon, but won the battle of Major League debuts Saturday night. With six shutout innings from lefty Kyle Ryan, Detroit came out of its day-night doubleheader with a split, salvaging an 8-4 win over the White Sox.

Ryan became the 12th Tigers pitcher to make his Major League debut this season, and the 11th different Tiger to start a game. His debut ranked among the best, and couldn’t have come at a much better time for a team at serious risk of a doubleheader sweep.

Ryan made the step up less than a month after his promotion from Double-A Erie to Triple-A Toledo, citing part of his success with the Mud Hens to hitters who hadn’t seen him before. That unfamiliarity seemed to carry over to the big leagues, but so did his penchant for throwing strikes.





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