Miguel Cabrera Takes First Base Lead In AL All-Star Voting

There has been a lot of chatter in recent weeks over the MLB All-Star voting process. Last week it was announced that eight of the nine starting spots for the American League All-Stars belonged to members of the Kansas City Royals, making the event much less of an All-Star game compared to any other in […]

Yoenis Cespedes’ bathroom break delays Tigers-Reds game

With former Tiger Brennan Boesch about to dig in against Anibal Sanchez in the top of the 3rd inning, the umps briefly called time to wait on the Tigers left fielder Yoenis Cespedes. After a little under a minute delay, Cespedes returned from the clubby, where he was presumably taking a shit or very long […]

It Will Be Difficult For Detroit Pistons To Swing And Miss In 2015 NBA Draft

The Detroit Pistons had a fifth-place finish in the Central division in the 2014-15 season under new head coach Stan Van Gundy, but a mid season acquisition of former Oklahoma City Thunder guard Reggie Jackson and a high draft pick have all arrows pointing upwards for the franchise. In 27 games for the Pistons, Jackson […]

Most Expensive Tigers’ Ticket In June Is Yankees 69th Old Timers’ Day

As the Detroit Tigers pass the 50-game mark in the season, it seems their streak of four consecutive American League Central division titles will have two serious roadblocks in the Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals. And that’s not to mention the potential of the White Sox and Indians, who have both rattled off impressive […]

Mike Babcock says his teary-eyed goodbye to Detroit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5HDE3YeUTg Mike Babcock accepted an 8-year, $50 million contract to be the new coach of the Toronto Maples Leafs, another Original 6 team. Babcock had a successful 10-year run behind the bench for the Red Wings, winning a Stanley Cup (2008) and helping to continue the franchise’s impressive 24-year playoff streak. But it was time for both […]

Mike Babcock to make ‘good decision’ by May 20

We knew when Ken Holland gave other teams permission to speak with the Red Wings’ expiring head coach Mike Babcock, you knew the Wings GM meant business. Perhaps Holland is willing to move on from Babcock, but either way, he wants to know who will be in charge of the Red Wings before the team gets into […]

Most Expensive Lions Tickets Against Seattle And The 12th Man

Matthew Stafford led the Lions to their second double-digit win season in 2014 since he’s been under center. Before Stafford, the Lions didn’t record a season with double-digit wins since 1995. With All-Pro wide receiver Calvin Johnson on one side, the Lions found a great match with wide receiver Golden Tate, who had a career […]

Mark Richt thinks it’s freezing in June

Michigan is holding nine different satellite camps across seven states starting in June before holding its own camp in Ann Arbor and the S-E-C is mad, bro. Jim Harbaugh going to steal all the recruits and whole milk.

Pistons and Knicks Close Out Disappointing Seasons With Matchup in MSG

This couldn’t be what Phil Jackson had in mind for his first full season as President of Basketball Operations of the New York Knicks. For sure, this first year together between Jackson and the Knicks will be long remembered, but for all the wrong reasons. When the Knicks host the Detroit Pistons Wednesday night in […]

Bert Blyleven rips Detroit, sets pants on fire

During a rain delay of the Detroit Tigers’ opening series against the Minnesota Twins, which the Tigers swept easily, Minnesota Twins legend and announcer took some cheap, tired shots at the city of Detroit. Here are the since-deleted tweets, courtesy of Hardball Talk:   Bert then tweeted his obligatory apology: Well, Bert, you look like you’ve […]