I really can’t stand today’s sports world where every player you grow to love, often from day one at the draft, eventually leaves either because we’re too stupid to pay them or they get greedy. No matter what, it’s always about money. Tomorrow begins the NBA Free Agency period. DeAndre Jordan, the Clippers center, and […]
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Month: June 2015
Enjoy the sunset they just walked you off into, world. After trailing essentially the whole game, down 4-0 after eight innings, Detroit rallied to tie it in the bottom of the 8th. With Chicago’s starter in past 100 pitches, Ian Kinsler was plunked with the bases loaded to bring in the Tigers’ first run. You’d […]
Martinez hit the game-winning home run in a 5-4 win over the White Sox.
French Heartbreak -Led whole game -Dominated scoring chances -Tied on hand ball in 84th minute -Lost 5-4 in PKs USA Beats China to Advance to Semis -Great defense limited Chinese scoring opps -Great Ball Handling -Headed in GWing goal, several decent chances -Can win World Cup with Spanky
I was always impressed with Branden Dawson at Michigan State. He was composed, and clearly had the build of an NBA player. Athletic, big, strong – he was a high school All-American who was overlooked at Sparty. Now he will get his chance to shine in the pros with my Los Angeles Clippers! Destiny. Like […]
With the 8th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, the Detroit Pistons select… …Stanley Johnson from the University of Arizona! WELCOME ABOARD, MATE! Here are Stan Van’s thoughts, plus some nice quotes courtesy of Johnson: “I think with the team they have now, we can be a playoff team right away,” he said. “I […]
[When Emmanuel Sanders] was asked by a camper if he was mad about the scandal, he said, according to NBC 9News, “Yeah, yeah, I’m kind of mad. I don’t think that they [New England] should be the Super Bowl champion this year.” Sanders, who thrived in conjunction with Peyton Manning after joining the Broncos as a free […]
This article was going in the general direction of balls and strikes until Miguel Cabrera gave us the moment of the year. In a 7-1 blowout, Cabrera was talking to an Indians child-fan in the stands. This kid caught a foul ball with his hat, and boy was he ecstatic. Snarfenheim pointed right at Big […]
Sam Smith might have the best voice on earth… and you gotta love the A$AP accompaniment. Goddamn.
It’s a shame there will be no racist comments about the Indians going into battle – tempting? FUCK IT: TIGERS VS. INDIANS = LET THE RACISM BEGIN! GO DETROIT! This affair was not a pitcher’s duel. Kyle Ryan nor Trevor Bauer reached the 4th inning. The Tigers worked the hell out of Bauer, starting in […]
Detroit bombed away for father’s everywhere (especially mine), beating New York 12-4 at Yankee Stadium. Even Andrew Romine partook, hitting one of five Tiger home runs on the day. J.D. Martinez stole the show, sending three over the left, center, and right field walls, respectively. Detroit struck early with six runs in the first two […]