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  • Jeff Seidel: Tigers deal for Soria could pay big dividends in playoffs

    The Tigers have improved their chances of getting into the playoffs and winning the World Series by trading for Joakim Soria. So let's focus on that. Just for kicks, let's think ahead to one potential playoff scenario against a team that probably will...
  • Tigers jump out to early lead en route to 7-2 victory over White Sox

    DETROIT The Detroit Tigers' aggressive approach at the plate against White Sox starter Hector Noesi paid off in a six-run first inning. The Tigers had combined to score six runs over a four-game losing streak entering Wednesday's game against the White...
  • Roush Racing has need for more speed

    BROOKLYN, Mich. Roush Fenway Racing veteran Greg Biffle knows he is in a battle to make this year's NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase for the Championship. Biffle is 16th in Cup series points headed to Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend and has yet to win a...
  • Michigan's Hoke not concerned about job status

    CHICAGO Brady Hoke may be under pressure entering this season, given Michigan's regressing record during his three seasons. So far, though, he's not showing it around Ann Arbor. "Coach Hoke is still the same laid-back type of guy," U-M defensive end...
  • Lions postpone contract talks with Ndamukong Suh until after season

    The Detroit Lions have tabled talks on a contract extension with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh until after the season, but general manager Martin Mayhew and team president Tom Lewand both insisted Monday that they still expect to re-sign Suh at some...
  • Sideline Chatter: What's the big deal? Just a chip off the old block

    Germany's World Cup trophy somehow got a piece chipped off during the title celebration. Conspiracy theorists immediately claimed that Luis Suarez bit it. Headlines At TheOnion.com: "Texans confident they have right pieces in place to make deep...
  • Reports: Tigers get reliever Joakim Soria from Rangers

    Multiple media outlets report the Detroit Tigers have acquired right-handed reliever Joakim Soria from the Texas Rangers in exchange for pitchers Corey Knebel and Jake Thompson. Many consider the Tigers' bullpen as its weakness. Soria, previously the...
  • Michigan State's MSU's Mark Dantonio warns that being a hunted team can be 'precarious'

    CHICAGO Mark Dantonio has been to Big Ten media days as a conference co-champion in 2011 and as a coach coming off of consecutive 11-win seasons in 2012, but this year is different. Dantonio's Spartans were the unquestioned No. 1 team in the league...
  • Detroit Tigers' Evan Reed charged with sexual assault in casino hotel

    A Detroit Tigers pitcher now with the Toledo Mud Hens was charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct involving a 45-year-old woman in March at a Motor City Casino Hotel room. Evan Reed, 28, met the woman about midnight March 30, when she and...
  • Tigers land lefty ace David Price from Rays

    Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski has again pulled off a stealth blockbuster transaction. In 2007, with no chatter about it beforehand, he acquired Miguel Cabrera from the Florida Marlins. Last fall, with no buzz leading up to it, he sent...
  • Is Michigan man a war criminal?

    DUBLIN, Ireland They moved in lockstep, nearly 400 of them, to the rhythms of a drummer and a piper. They marched a half-mile through downtown streets in the Irish capital, on their way to the U.S. Embassy. The straight-lined formation of former Irish...