We discussed position battles at training camp, players who need to step up and much more.
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When I was in elementary school, I remember going to Cranbrook and watching the Lions practice during training camp. Among the players I remember seeing were Mel Farr and Charlie Sanders, both of whom died recently, Farr on Monday.I was hooked on football from that point forward to the point, where even to this day, I look forward to the start of Lions' training camp, which happened to be Monday
The Tigers have had a lot of issues this season as they've floundered to a .500 record, even after the All Star break.The most tangible explanation is their pitching is just mediocre. Ah, that was before they were one-hit Saturday night by the Orioles and lost despite an excellent start by David Price.One thing I'm perplexed about is why the Tigers aren't better at home. They have a 23-24
I thought the Tigers did well in their role as "sellers" at the trade deadline, considering the circumstances. All three of the assets they "sold" (David Price, Yoenis Cespedes and Joakim Soria) are eligible for free agency after the season, and the teams that acquired them can't get a draft pick in return should they leave as free agents.But the degree the Tigers have helped their farm system
The Tigers are 42-42 after 84 games. Does it give them a realistic shot at making the playoffs as a wild card now that there is a one-game playoff between two teams? The past suggests they are fighting an uphill climb. This is a breakdown of where the wild card teams stood after 84 games since the one-game playoff was implemented in 2012:2012 - NL Cardinals (44-40) Braves (45-39); AL Rangers (
Here they are a scant three months old, grown up feathers and everything!
Welcome once again to Pop Culture Frenzy. Our question concerns Cecil. Cecil has gotten a great deal of attention in the news. Many are outraged and enraged and even the President of the United States is so troubled by Cecil that he has vowed to "get to the bottom of it".
There is no filling the hole Mabel left when she left us.
A member of the Woodpecker family, there are two types of Flickers in North America: the yellow shafted Flicker and the red shafted Flicker.
Shafted? This refers to the tail feathers (shafts). The color of the shafts are visible when the bird is in flight.