The Boys Celebrate their third consecutive AL Central crown
Oh what a night in Minnesota! The Tigers should have clinched the division a while ago in my opinion, but between Miggy’s abdominal injury and the ineffectiveness of our bull pen, plus the lack of run support for the starting rotation, the Tigers did not clinch their third consecutive AL […]

THREE-PEAT! Tigers Win Central


Detroit Tigers: Will this be the way to the World Series?
Our Boys of Summer are gearing up for a title! The Tigers have just eighteen games left in the 2013 baseball season.  The Boys of Summer look to close up the Central Division, overtake the mighty Red Sox for the top seed in the American League and possibly make history. […]

Tigers Golden Down the Stretch?


Jason Hanson in a throwback jersey on a typical Detroit Thanksgiving.
Generation Jason Hanson   “For a whole generation of Lions fans, there’s been one kicker. No matter how disappointing the season, you could always count on Jason Hanson doing his part — and a little bit more. . . . There were times when it seemed like he was our […]

Jason Hanson: A Kicker for the Ages



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Run Away, Run Away! I now refer to Notre Dame as the Frightened Irish. I haven’t seen a bunch of grown men run away from something like this since Monty Python and the gang ran from the French lunging animals at them from a castle in their quest for the […]

Frightened Irish run away from tradition


Megatron Calvin Johnson is an integral part of the Lions' success. Can he repeat last year's performance?
2012 Lions Recap: Before I get into what lies ahead, let’s recap the Lions’ 2012 season: Calvin Johnson, a.k.a. Megatron, set a record for most receiving yards in one season with 1,964, just 36 shy of the legendary 2,000 mark. Matthew Stafford passed for 4,967 yards, only 33 shy of […]

Lions Starting to Rumble


Miguel Cabrera flattens baseball. (2013). 1
Tigers chase history. It would be so fitting if this year’s Chinese Zodiac animal was the Tiger, because that is how this season is shaping up to be remembered as, like 1927 was the Year of the Yankees. The Tigers are hot, and seemingly unstoppable. Three Tigers in particular to […]

2013: Year of the Tigers



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“Moronic”  statements prove Jack Clark is unsuitable for broadcast booth. What was up with Jack Clark’s rants about the Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander and former St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Albert Pujols using PED’s? If you are unfamiliar with the story, you can can learn more here at the […]

Jack Clark statements moronic and libelous


Streaking Tigers pulling ahead in Central. The Tigers are riding a hot ten-game win streak and have two games remaining against the Indians in Cleveland. A sweep will make it a 12 game win streak, with a seven game lead over Cleveland in the Central. Cleveland looks beat already, as […]

Swami Tigers Beat


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Garcia Gone! At Trade Deadline, Tigers Fill Needs, But Make Sacrifices. Double-D was up to his usual tricks in late July, but this time he sacrificed far too much. I’m not talking about the trade that has brought us a solid reliever in Jose Veras (for Danry Vasquez and a […]

Avi Garcia Sails Away to the Windy City