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Wal-Mart Wolvies

It has been awhile since I have had a chance to sit down and write something here. Life has a way of getting in the way when you least expect it. We are getting close to the college football season now, and everyone is starting to get in the spirit. Sometimes spirit means watching or making your favorite youtube hype video, or maybe you are more like me and just like to get into the blogs and forums and talk some football. I can't help but notice one overwhelming trend though. Michigan and Mich

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mrlmichael

 

MLB Power Rankings(6th Edition)

Interleague play is lerking as we get further into summer. Here is my 6th MLB Power Rankings: 1. Los Angeles Dodgers(40-21) *Last Ranking #1* - Manny got in trouble with the league again, but his team keeps winning on the field without him. 2. Boston Red Sox(35-24) *Last Ranking #2* - Boston sits atop the AL East, dominating the rival Yankees so far. 3. New York Yankees(34-25) *Last Ranking #3* - The Yankees have been playing great baseball, unless they are playing Boston. 4. Detroit Tigers(

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Detroit Tigers Report(Games 41-50)

Wednesday, June 03, 2009 Detroit Tigers Report(Games 41-50) Every 10 games of the 2009 season I will be giving my opinion on how the Tigers are doing. Here is my review for games 41-50: Record: 28-22 Last 10: 4-6 AL Central Standings Team Record GB 1. Detroit Tigers 28-22 - 2. Minnesota Twins 26-27 3.5 3. Chicago White Sox 25-26 3.5 4. Kansas City Royals 23-28 5.5 5. Cleveland Indians 22-32 8.0 The last 10 games saw the start of interleague play and the end of the Tigers hot stre

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mrlmichael

 

MLB Power Rankings(5th Edition)

Tuesday, June 02, 2009 MLB Power Rankings(5th Edition) May is over and the baseball season is starting to heat up with the weather. Here is my 5th MLB Power Rankings: 1. Los Angeles Dodgers(35-17) *Last Ranking #3* - The Dodgers keep rolling along and move their way up to the top spot. 2. Boston Red Sox(29-22) *Last Ranking #2* - The Red Sox are only 4-6 in their last 10, but with the Jays struggling the Sox have a chance to step up in the AL East. 3. New York Yankees(30-21) *Last Ranki

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Detroit Tigers Report(Games 31-40)

Sunday May 24th, 2009 Every 10 games of the 2009 season I will be giving my opinion on how the Tigers are doing. Here is my review for games 31-40: Record: 24-16 Last 10: 7-3 AL Central Standings: Team Record GB 1. Detroit Tigers 24-16 - 2. Kansas City Royals 21-22 4.5 3. Minnesota Twins 20-23 5.5 4. Chicago White Sox 18-23 6.5 5. Cleveland Indians 16-27 9.5 Sweep is the only world that can really describe the Tigers lately. Detroit went into Cleveland and defeated the Indians 3 games

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mrlmichael

 

2009 MLB Power Rankings(4th Edition)

Thursday, May 21, 2009 MLB Power Rankings(4th Edition) Things are starting to get interesting as the season nears the quarter mark. Here are my newest rankings: 1. Toronto Blue Jays(27-16) *Last Ranking #1* - The Jays lost the first 2 in Boston, but are still playing the best baseball and leading the AL East. 2. Boston Red Sox(24-16) *Last Ranking #2* - Boston is getting closer to the Jays in the AL East. 3. Los Angeles Dodgers(29-13) *Last Ranking #3* - No Manny? No Problem! Dodgers re

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Detroit Tigers Report(Games 21-30)

Monday, May 11, 2009 Detroit Tigers Report(Games 21-30) Every 10 games of the 2009 season I will be giving my opinion on how the Tigers are doing. Here is my review for games 21-30: Record: 17-13 Last 10: 6-4 AL Central Standings: Team Record GB 1. Detroit Tigers 17-13 - 2. Kansas City Royals 18-14 - 3. Minnesota Twins 15-17 3 4. Chicago White Sox 14-16 3 5. Cleveland Indians 11-21 7 In 2008, one of the biggest weaknesses of the Detroit Tigers was their record against division op

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mrlmichael

 

2009 MLB Power Rankings(3rd Edition)

Saturday, May 09, 2009 MLB Power Rankings(3rd Edition) The Division races are starting to take shape as we go to May. Here are my newest rankings: 1. Toronto Blue Jays(20-12) *Last Ranking #1* - No reason to take the Jays out of the top spot, they continue to perform above expectations! 2. Boston Red Sox(19-11) *Last Ranking #2* - After winning 11 strait, the Red Sox cooled off a little, but continue to play well as they challenge Toronto for the Top Spot in the AL East. 3. Los Angeles

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mrlmichael

 

Detroit Tigers Report(Games 11-20)

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 Detroit Tigers Report(Games 11-20) Every 10 games of the 2009 season I will be giving my opinion on how the Tigers are doing. Here is my review for games 11-20: Record: 11-9 Last 10: 6-4 AL Central Standings: Team Record GB 1. Detroit Tigers 11-9 - 2. Kansas City Royals 10-10 1 3. Chicago White Sox 10-10 1 4. Minnesota Twins 10-11 1.5 5. Cleveland Indians 8-13 3.5 After getting off to a decent start the Tigers hit the road for a tough west coast trip. Th

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2009 MLB Power Rankings(2nd Edition)

Monday, April 27, 2009 MLB Power Rankings(2nd Edition) Well, the season is starting to gain steam. Their was a lot of shifting around in the power rankings this time as to be expected this early on. Here they are: 1. Toronto Blue Jays (14-6) *Last Ranking: #2* - Still playing very impressive baseball but watch out for the Red Sox! 2. Boston Red Sox(12-6) *Last Ranking: #9* - The Red Sox Look like they are on a mission right now! 3. Los Angeles Dodgers(13-6) *Last Ranking: #3* - Front ru

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mrlmichael

 

Detroit Tigers Report(Games 1-10)

Saturday, April 18, 2009 Detroit Tigers Report(Games 1-10) Every 10 games of the 2009 season I will be giving my opinion on how the Tigers are doing. Here is my review 10 games in: Record: 5-5 AL Central Standings: Team Record GB 1. Kansas City Royals 6-4 - 2. Detroit Tigers 5-5 1 3. Chicago White Sox 5-5 1 4. Minnesota Twins 5-7 2 5. Cleveland Indians 3-8 3.5 The 2009 Detroit Tigers entered the season needing to get off to a hot start to help shake the bad memories of 2008. In th

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2009 MLB Power Rankings(1st Edition)

Thursday, April 16, 2009 My first MLB Power Rankings of the Year! 1. Florida Marlins (7-1) - Good young talent showing early this season. 2. Toronto Blue Jays (7-3) - Off to one of the more impressive starts in baseball. 3. Los Angeles Dodgers (6-3) - Look good as the favorites in the NL West. 4. Chicago Cubs (5-3) - Look ready to defend NL Central Title. 5. New York Yankees (5-4) - Best record out of the "big three" in the AL East early on. 6. St. Louis Cardinals (7-3) - Cant quite p

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mrlmichael

 

Opening Day!

Monday, April 06, 2009 Opening Day! That's right! It's that time of year again. Spring Training is over and baseball is ready to go into full swing(no pun intended). This is the time of year I love the most, the weather will start to warm up, and baseball is being played every day! This is the time of year when we as fans have hope. Every team in baseball is 0-0 and anything can happen! This is the time of year when underdogs make their name known. Just ask the 2006 Tigers and 2008 Rays!

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mrlmichael

 

2009 Detroit Tigers Season Preview!

Sunday, April 05, 2009 2009 Detroit Tigers Season Preview! First and foremost, here in the opening day Roster: Lineup: 1. Granderson CF 2. Polanco 2B 3. Guillen LF 4. Cabrera 1B 5. Ordonez RF 6. Laird C 7. Thames/Larish DH 8. Inge 3B 9. Everett SS Rotation: 1. Verlander R 2. Jackson R 3. Miner R 4. Porcello R 5. Galarraga R Bench: Treanor C Santiago UT (SS, 2B, 3B) Anderson UT (LF, RF, CF) Bullpen: Robertson L Seay L Bonnie R Rincon R Perry R Lyon R (setup) Rodn

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mrlmichael

 

Official 2009 MLB Predictions!

Friday, April 03, 2009 Official 2009 MLB Predictions AL East 1. Boston Red Sox 2. New York Yankees 3. Tampa Bay Rays 4. Toronto Blue Jays 5. Baltimore Orioles AL Central 1. Detroit Tigers 2. Cleveland Indians 3. Minnesota Twins 4. Chicago White Sox 5. Kansas City Royals AL West 1. Los Angeles Angels 2. Texas Rangers 3. Oakland Athletics 4. Seattle Mariners AL Wild Card 1. New York Yankees 2. Cleveland Indians 3. Tampa Bay Rays 4. Minnesota Twins 5. Chicago White Sox

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mrlmichael

 

Time To Talk Baseball!

Saturday, November 01, 2008 Time to Talk Baseball. Well, the 2008 season is officially in the books. Congratulations to the Phillies on winning the World Series! There was a lot to talk about this year. Manny finally left Boston. All the rumors over the years and finally, Manny went somewhere. Truthfully, I think the deal worked out well for both teams. Without Manny, the Dodgers might not have seen October! New York saw the last game at historic Yankee Stadium, and for the first time in w

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mrlmichael

 

2009 Detroit Tigers(August 2008)

Monday, August 18, 2008 2009 Detroit Tigers Well, I am a loyal Tiger fan, and I am not going to stop watching the 2008 team, just as I never stopped watching every team from 1993-2006. But with the Tigers pretty much out of the race for the 2008 playoffs, its time to begin thinking about 2009. Heres the Major Issues facing the Tigers for 2009, feel free to post what you think should be done about them: 1. Starting Pitching - The Tigers Pitching staff was awful this year. I have faith that

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mrlmichael

 

Official 2008 MLB Predictions.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008 Official Michael Lee 2008 MLB Predictions... So, here it is. Remember you heard it here first, as my sports predictions record this decade seems to get better and better. National League: NL East - Phillies NL Central - Cubs NL West - Diamond Backs NL Wildcard - Mets American League: AL East- Red Sox AL Central - Tigers AL West - Mariners AL Wildcard - Indians NLDS Phillies over Diamond Backs in 3 Mets over Cubs in 5 ALDS Red Sox over Indians in 5

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A Man Can Dream Right?

Wednesday, March 19, 2008 A man can Dream Right?? We as sports fans in Michigan have to go through a lot. Look no further than the Detroit Lions to know what I mean. But when it comes to 2008 Detroit has yet another shot to give its ever so loyal sports fans an amazing year. The Pistons and Red Wings are both having excellent years (The Red Wings own the lead in the NHL in points and the Pistons have the second best record in the NBA behind Boston). The Tigers have an amazing lineup, solid

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