After a good minute-plus, Gholston slowly made his way to his feet and woozily walked off the field.
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This piece is also published at Lions101.com The Detroit Lions have defied expectations in 2012 by starting terribly slow. After losing a pivotal early season game to the Minnesota Vikings, Jim Schwartz took to the podium to break down … Continue reading →
Each Monday, good or bad, we’ll analyze the biggest theme of the week that was for the Detroit Tigers. Entering Sunday, Prince Fielder had hit 29 home runs. He had contributed over 100 RBI. It could be argued, however, that … Continue reading →
It seems like an eternity ago the Detroit Tigers signed Prince Fielder and were instant World Series contenders, but now, just one win away from clinching their second straight Central Division crown, the Tigers are poised to do what no … Continue reading →
There remains no end in sight for the NHL lockout, so while the Detroit Red Wings wait, we'll turn our attention to the AHL's Grand Rapids Continue reading →
The Lions tried to mount a comeback late, but their final possession died near midfield. So what went wrong for Detroit in its third straight loss? Continue reading →
The Detroit Tigers' magic number dwindled to 1 on Sunday -- meaning Detroit can clinch the division with a win or Chicago loss in the next three days Continue reading →
The Detroit Lions lost their third straight game Sunday, and for the second consecutive week allowed both a kick and punt return for a touchdown.
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The first NFC North battle of the season commences on Sunday afternoon, as the Minnesota Vikings make an early season appearance in Detroit to oppose the Lions. Though the Vikings finished well under .500 last season and played some ugly … Continue reading →
The Detroit Tigers’ pursuit of a second straight Central Division title took a major step forward on Saturday afternoon. Miguel Cabrera hit a big three run home run and the pitching staff did just enough to hang on, downing the … Continue reading →
The Big Ten season begins on Saturday with five conference games (plus one slightly mildly interesting nonconference game). What's in store this week? The picks ...
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The Michigan State Spartans didn’t rebound as planned last Saturday against Eastern Michigan, and needed two late touchdowns to escape and preserve a victory along with their dignity. Now, there’s no time left for subtle tune ups, as Big Ten … Continue reading →
The Detroit Tigers' magic number to clinch the AL Central dwindled to five, as the Chicago White Sox dropped a 3-2 game at home to Tampa Bay Continue reading →
Can Andrew Maxwell and the Michigan State Spartans offense put it all together in time for Saturday's huge Big Ten opener against Ohio State? Continue reading →
The Detroit Tigers moved one step closer to the AL Central crown with a walk-off 5-4 win over the Kansas City Royals on Thursday afternoon. Continue reading →
Doug Fister is not known as a strikeout pitcher. You'd have trouble telling the Kansas City Royals that.
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Andy Dirks' hard slide helped Detroit claim a 5-4 win on Wednesday night against the Royals, the Tigers' third straight victory. Continue reading →
As often as they’ve been done in this season due to hustle baseball by the opposition, the Detroit Tigers finally got a break and manufactured a run. A hard slide in the eighth inning prevented a rally killing double play, … Continue reading →
Matthew Stafford did not practice Wednesday and his status for Week 4 against the Minnesota Vikings is still up in the air after he injured his leg against Tennessee. Continue reading →
This piece is also featured at Lions101.com Dominic Raiola has been perhaps the most polarizing player on the Detroit Lions for years, but finally, there was one event he’s taking complete blame for that wasn’t his fault entirely. On the … Continue reading →
Last night saw two of the Detroit Tigers’ younger faces get in on the offensive action with singles, even though they did not score, Detroit saw yet another look of their potential outfield of the future. Anibal Sanchez stole the … Continue reading →
Anibal Sanchez turned in a complete game gem on Tuesday night against the Royals, striking out 10 and allowing just three hits to lead the Detroit Tigers to a 2-0 win Continue reading →
Valtteri Filppula teamed up with his brother, Ilari, to register a point in his debut for Jokerit of the Finnish SM-Liiga on Tuesday. Continue reading →
Saturday night, the Michigan Wolverines dropped a tough road contest to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Denard Robinson’s four interceptions can be viewed as the major reason why the loss occurred, but the lack of a consistent running game early … Continue reading →
Justin Verlander pitched eight strong innings to pick up his 16th win -- and continued to bolster his Cy Young candidacy. Continue reading →