Dan Dierdorf to join Jim Brandstatter in Michigan football booth

Teammates at Michigan in 1969 and 1970 will again be teaming up in the Michigan football press box: NFL Hall of Fame player and broadcaster Dan Dierdorf will be joining Jim Brandstatter in the radio booth for Wolverines football broadcasts on the Michigan IMG Radio Network beginning this fall. Brandstatter, who has served as the […]

Red Wings clinch 23rd straight playoffs appearance

It is the longest active playoffs streak in sports. The Boston Bruins own the longest playoffs streak in sports history at 29, so the Wings need six more straight appearances to tie it. Since Mike Ilitch bought the Red Wings in 1982, the team has missed the playoffs all of four times. Amazing.


Cold Stone wants to crash Matthew Stafford’s wedding

Matthew Stafford and long-time girlfriend, and an offer Hall may not be able to refuse for the wedding: TMZ Sports spoke with Cold Stone head honcho Michael Serruya who tells us … “We’d love to provide dessert for everyone at the wedding. And to the extent that they would allow us, we would love to make the cake as well!” […]


Lions bring back Dan Orlovsky to back up Matthew Stafford

The Lions agreed to a one-year deal with Dan Orlovsky on Wednesday, bringing back the only quarterback in NFL history to unknowingly run out of his own end zone and spackle my brother’s basement. Orlovsky started seven games for the 0-16 Lions, including the game when he rolled out of his own end zone in a […]


Max Scherzer’s first start in 2014

Max Scherzer did something in his first start that he did not do in his entire Cy Young season. Think he’s pitching for those extra two years on his future contract? Scherzer’s rocky start began long before the first pitch. Scherzer was visibly (thanks to FSD) frustrated in his pre-game bullpen, suggesting with his body […]


Ian Kinsler didn’t listen to his friend Billy Zane

Billy Zane’s a cool dude; he tried to help Ian Kinsler out. Kinsler didn’t listen and walked it off. Yep, it’s a walk off. It was Ian Kinsler’s third career walk-off hit and his first since 2012. He was 3-for-5 in the game with a solo jobber.