Michigan’s Sweet 16 Odds & How They Are Winning

March 28th, 2021 in Wolverines By Dan Holmes

In 1897, American author and humorist Mark Twain received a letter from a journalist working for the New York Journal, asking him about his health. There had been reports that Twain was ill, or possibly even deceased. Twain replied with […]

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Detroit Lions 2020 Season Preview

September 12th, 2020 in Lions By Dan Holmes

Lucy, that sardonic brunette in the comic strip Peanuts, once said of the protagonist: “Of all the Charlie Brown’s in the world, you’re the Charlie Browniest.” Well, of all the lowly Detroit Lions teams, the 2020 version may be the […]

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Who Are These Guys? A Mid-Season Look At The Detroit Tigers

September 1st, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

This season…this weird, bizarre season…eight teams in the American League will qualify for the playoffs, the most ever. More than half the teams in the league will play postseason baseball. Could one of them be the Detroit Tigers? Less than […]

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Has It Only Been Two Weeks? The Tigers 2020 Season So Far

August 7th, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

The Tigers haven’t played a game since Sunday, and we’re two weeks into the season. So much has happened, it feels like two months have passed. The team record currently stands at 5-5, smack dab in the middle of the […]

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Tigers Fantasy Camp: A Dream Come True For Lifelong Fan

August 7th, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

You don’t love the Detroit Tigers as much as Jerry Lewis. No one eclipses the director of the Tigers Fantasy Camps in their fandom of the team. For nearly four decades, Lewis has been organizing camps that allow regular joe’s […]

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Cabrera Faces Challenge To Join Elite .300/3,000/500 Club

July 31st, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

There will come a day when Miguel Cabrera will stand on a stage in the pastoral village of Cooperstown and accept a plaque that signifies his entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame. But what happens in the next 14 […]

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Rusty Kuntz Anticipates 2020 Season With 1984 Tigers at Heart

July 20th, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

Most likely, Rusty Kuntz loves baseball more than you do. Which is why the former major league outfielder is itching to see the game back in action. The former Detroit outfielder is famous for his optimism, his smile, and his […]

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Why The Tigers Should Try A Radical Approach With Their Pitching Staff In 2020

July 8th, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

We live in uncertain times. Chaos seems to be the norm. Up is down, and down is up. The baseball season will start later this month and play out for only 60 games. So, what better time to try something […]

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The Tigers 2020 Schedule: A Best Case Scenario

July 7th, 2020 in Tigers By Dan Holmes

The Detroit Tigers will open the truncated 60-game season on the road, but not too far away. On Friday, July 24 the Tigers will kick off the 2020 season in Cincinnati against the Reds. The following Monday, on July 27, […]

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