Once again, the bullpen fails a pretty decent pitching performance by a starter, but like it was last night it was our batters who couldn't get it done as they blew two opportunities with based loaded with one out. The one in the ninth was the killer when they had the bases loaded where two guys >Boesh and Cabrera that tied the score in the 8th on back-to-back dingers struck out back-to-back in the top of the ninth with the bases loaded. The most nervous guy in America was Justin Verlander, who gave up two homers himself, still looked good fanning 9 Bosox batters. I am sure it will be a long bus ride to the airport for him as he saw his team load the bases with the heavy hitters come up to plate and fail and then watch some dude from Albuquerque load the bases with no outs and let the winning walk off hit in. How this for consistency dating back one month to April 20 Tigers win 4 in a row, then lose 7 in a row, them win 10 out of 11 including 7 straight before losing the last 3. Yep a streaky team hovering above .500..