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Paw PatrolIt is the most watched TV show in my house. If it’s not one of the eight seasons of episodes playing for probably the 20th time, it’s the Paw Patrol MovieYou have just completed your 100th play. You can gain a solid understanding of characters and shows by indirect exposure.
When the BYB team began discussing fun comparisons of the Tigers to TV shows, and someone mentioned Paw Patrol as an option, I began to make embarrassing connections. After contemplating this for some time, I present the Detroit Tigers and Paw Patrol characters.
Fearless leader. He is the brain behind all things. He is the one that comes up with the idea to save the day. He is the one that calls the shots. This was quite obvious.
When there’s a fire, he comes in to put it out. Marshall is summoned by the owner of a large magnifying glass to put out a fire that was started by someone driving it through town on a hot, sunny day. Soto is summoned after the opponent has thrown two runs in the eighth innings and no one wins. They also match in personality. Soto is known for his flashy antics. He once dyed the hair Cheetos orange. Marshall is the sassy, playful pup. He loves to collide with other pups and makes a funny pun.
Robbie Grossman as Chase
Chase is a solid, reliable, and reliable jack of all trades. He is used in almost all missions. Chase was the first pup Ryder befriended because of his bravery and he’s a loyal, responsible pal that can do a little bit of everything to help out. Robbie Grossman was Chris Illitch’s first free agent. He has contributed in every aspect of his sports to the team. Robbie’s contributions include a walk, stealing bases and hitting a home run.
Spencer Torkelson Rubble
The foundation of the franchise. While there are many talented young players in the Tigers’ system, Torkelson remains the number one name on every list. This is as the Tigers aim for their championship season. His strong bat will be a factor in the Tigers scoring runs over the years. Rubble is a construction canine that specializes in heavy equipment, and building projects. Rubble is able to help you with excavators, bulldozers, and cranes.
Akil Baddoo Skye
High energy and excitement. Akil Baddoo’s emergence was undoubtedly the most exciting storyline from the season. It was amazing to watch him fly around the bases, outfield, hitting home runs, and launching baseballs into the air. Skye, Skye, the flying dog, would be the best to represent him. Skye is a high flying sensation who can be found zipping about Adventure Bay with her helicopter or jetpack.
Tucker Barnhart as Rocky
Don’t lose it, reuse it! As they tried reduce their payroll, the Cincinnati Reds’ catcher came up with a better slogan for the Tigers. Rocky not only knows how to get the most use out of things, but he’s armed with the tools to fix anything good as new. Tucker Barnhart brings his acclaimed skills at catching to Detroit where he’ll look to guide and get the most out of the young Tigers pitchers. Both share a rough and scrappy appearance.
Eric Haase Zuma
While he is a valuable contributor when necessary, his overall skillset limits him from being able to play a significant part. Zuma is the Paw Patrol gang’s Aqua Man. They rarely find themselves in a situation that requires them to call a water rescue specialist. That best fits Eric Haase’s role on the Tigers. He’s not a starting catcher, he’s not a starting outfielder, and his bat is best used against lefties. When Zuma usually gets screen time, he’s called in as support late in the episode. I think Haase might be called upon in pinch-hit situations in the final inning.
Tyler Alexander as Everest
Everest is my favorite character from the show. Ice or snow she’s ready to go. But she’s in an in-between role. She’s in the intro credits in some seasons but she’s not one of the regular pups. That fits Tyler Alexander perfectly, and he’s also one of my personal favorites on the team. He might be good enough to be a starter, but he’s best used in a swingman role. He’s not really one of the starters, he’s not really a late-inning reliever. But he’s very good at what he does.
Franklin Perez as Tracker
He seems talented, but I’ve rarely seen him. I haven’t seen many episodes with Everest in it, but I’ve seen even less with Tracker. He’s clearly important to the team because he has his own equipment from Ryder, but he just doesn’t appear much. Kinda like Franklin Perez. Who? Who was the guy Justin Verlander bought for the Tigers? He was the best pitcher they had before Manning and Skubal. He has only pitched 30 innings in the past four years. Yes, I think about him constantly.
Joe Jiménez as Danny
He is very flashy and always in trouble. His friends are his only hope. Danny always wan- — oh I mean Daring Danny X — he always wants to be the big-time star in the big moment, but it usually ends up backfiring on him and he ends up in trouble and needs to be saved by the Paw Patrol. You might think that sounds like a relief. Yes, that’s what I think. It’s hard to believe Joe isn’t working on it. A very talented reliever who wants to be the closer but just can’t put together the consistency to be taken seriously.
He’s the know-it-all and he’s the animal whisperer. If there’s a whale trapped in the bay, he can listen to it and somehow tell the pups exactly what’s wrong with it. Fetter is similar because he can hear a Triple-A pitcher struggling and turn them into a shut-down, late-inning reliever. The match would be perfect, if Chris Fetter owned an ocean-going boat.
They are appreciated and respected by everyone, but they lack the qualifications to fulfill their current roles. I mean, Miguel Cabrera is the cleanup hitter but he doesn’t hit over .300 anymore and barely hits 10 home runs a year. Mayor GoodwayChickaletta is her pet chicken and she should be running the town. She discovered a lot of gold beneath the ground and had it made into a statue for her domesticated dinner pet.
It’s funny, but it’s completely pointless.
The show’s self-confident, moronic villain. He’s a self-described “unqualified elected official”. His “best” ideas involve some overly complicated plan that doesn’t have anyone’s well-being in mind except his own. Because it made the subway more fun, he installed loop-de–loops. Rob Manfred came up with the idea of extra innings starting with an automatic runner at second. He Considers the games to be a good idea.They are too long and boring. All he’s missing is a purple suit and an evil mustache at this point.
Here it is. I hope you enjoyed this little comparison, especially if you are surrounded by children’s programs. Is there another way to compare Paw Patrol characters with current members of Tigers? We would love to hear from you in the comments section.