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Monthly Archives: February 2013
Nick Castellanos raised his early spring average to .667 with a 3-for-3 effort against Tampa Bay on Thursday, as the Detroit Tigers rolled to an 11-2 win. Castellanos, the Tigers’ prized prospect, has seen some extended action thus far with … Continue reading
Let’s just say that the Detroit Red Wings did not get the benefit of many friendly whistles in a 2-1 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night. The Wings found themselves facing a 5-on-3 on two separate occasions, … Continue reading
Rick Porcello turned in a very sharp spring debut last week. Outing No. 2? Not nearly as successful. Porcello gave up three runs in his two innings of work, all of them crossing the plate off a home run by … Continue reading
Mark Dantonio appears to have found a replacement for Dan Roushar as Michigan State’s offensive coordinator. Via CoachingSearch.com: Sources tell me Purdue o-line coach Jim Bollman is heading to Michigan State. Details coming on CoachingSearch.com — Pete Roussel (@coachingsearch) February … Continue reading
With the NFL scouting combine in the books, we’re flush in Mock Draft season — and the Detroit Lions could have an incredible amount of options when they come on the clock at No. 5. What will they do there? … Continue reading
Because a day cannot go by without a Detroit Red Wings player suffering an injury, forward Valtteri Filppula is questionable for Wednesday’s game in Los Angeles against the Kings. Filppula did not practice Tuesday. Take it away, Helene St. James … Continue reading
The Detroit Tigers entered spring training boasting one of the more potentially potent lineups in recent memory — I’m talking about all of baseball, not just Tigers history; I think this could be the most powerful offensive lineup we have … Continue reading
Miguel Cabrera’s home-run swing already appears to be in Triple Crown form. Two days after launching his first long ball of the spring, Cabrera took Phillies reliever Jonathan Papelbon way downtown, clearing a line of concession stands out behind deep … Continue reading