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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Ryan Tannehill, Brandon Weeden, Brock Osweiler, Russell Wilson, Nick Foles, Kirk Cousins, Ryan Lindley, B.J. Coleman and finally, “Mr. Irrelivant,” Chandler Harnish. That’s a complete listing of every signal caller who found a home in … Continue reading
Each Monday, we’ll hand out our “3 stars” to recognize the local athletes who turned in the best performances over the previous week. The Detroit Red Wings’ early exit from postseason play and the Detroit Pistons’ failure to even get … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers uncharacteristically took a walk on the wild side this afternoon. The team’s pitching staff combined for 9 walks, helping the New York Yankees to an easy 6-2 victory. In a sign of things to come all afternoon … Continue reading
Smyly gave up just two hits and one run over six innings, while striking out seven to pick up his first victory as a major leaguer. Continue reading
How have the Detroit Lions done with their selections in the 2012 NFL Draft? We break down and grade all of their picks in this year’s draft. Continue reading
Saturday morning started with more chipper news for Detroit Tigers fans, as the team placed outfielder Delmon Young on the restricted list and called up infielder Danny Worth. Young’s movement to the restricted list is stemming off of an alleged … Continue reading
The Detroit Lions pulled off one of the big surprises of the 2012 NFL Draft’s second day, using the 54th overall pick to take wide receiver Ryan Broyles Continue reading
Just when you thought the Detroit Tigers couldn’t find another way to rip the hearts out of their fans’ chests, they did just that, giving up a game ending passed ball, which let the New York Yankees walk off the … Continue reading