Monthly Archives: July 2013

Tigers make a move but who is the secret weapon?

The Tigers finally made a move to improve the bullpen, acquiring Astros closer Jose Veras for Danny Vasquez and a player to be named later.  This could be a great move for the Tigers as they add a solid reliever … Continue reading

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R.I.P. James Van Horn

All Tiger fans have heard the chat of James Van Horn. “Eat’em up Tigers, eat’em up. Well sadly reported today was the death of Van Horn, struck by a hit and run driver. However, a man known as “Dreadlock Mike” … Continue reading

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Is Anyone Worried?

Although the Detroit Tigers were unable to finish the four-game sweep of the Chicago White Sox today, losing 7-4 in the day game. Justin Verlander took the loss today, going six innings and giving up 11 hits along with 7 … Continue reading

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MLS coming to Detroit?

Can one of the biggest failures in Detroit become the home of an MLS franchise?  According to Crain’s Detroit Business, Triple Properties out of Canada that owns the Pontiac Silverdome has been in talks to bring a team to Detroit … Continue reading

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Looking at the new schedule/divisions

The NHL schedule was release earlier this weekend with the Red Wings starting their first season in the Eastern Conference against the Buffalo Sabers on Wednesday, October 2.  Detroit will start the preseason on Monday, September 16 at Pittsburgh against … Continue reading

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News and notes heading into the second half

The Tigers began the second half of the season yesterday with a disappointing 1-0 loss to the Royals.  Ervin Santana held and two relievers held the Tigers to two hits on the night.  Before the second half begins I wanted … Continue reading

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#NewHorizon at Oakland U.

The Oakland Golden Grizzlies had their first ever Fan Fest today at the O’Rena to prep for the new horizon of the university.  The Grizzlies will host their first ever Horizon League game on Friday, September 6 when the men’s … Continue reading

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Pistons Making Noise In Off-Season

The Detroit Pistons have brought some excitement so far this off-season by bringing back two members of the 2004 championship team. Rasheed Wallace is now an assistant coach and Mr. Big Shot himself Chauncey Billups has signed a 2 year … Continue reading

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Deal with the Cubs should never happen

Jim Bowden of ESPN put together a list of five trades he thinks should happen and one of those involves our Tigers and the Chicago Cubs.  The other four options are listed here, but this is the proposed trade from … Continue reading

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#BackBenoit and a curious choice for the All Star Game

All-Star rosters for the July 16 game at Citi Field were announced Saturday afternoon and the Tigers currently have six representatives.  Miguel Cabrera will start at third base while Prince Fielder, Jhonny Peralta, Torii Hunter, Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander … Continue reading

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