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Metro Detroiters will be watching the Lions play over breakfast when they take on the Falcons next year in London.
In the press conference in which the Detroit Tigers officially announced the signing of closer Joe Nathan, perhaps the most interesting news that emerged had nothing to do with Nathan.
For his part, Nathan said, “It’s about making pitches, no matter what the ballpark’s like … When I’m out there it’s about throwing strikes.”
Reggie Bush said: “I touched the ball at least 20 to 30 times a game, that’s 20 to 30 car crashes you’re in in two hours. It’s tough to get your body back ready that quick for a game on Thursday.”
We began the season with collected blood up. Jim Schwartz: On the hot seat.
The Detroit Lions are no stranger to dangerous running backs, and they get to try to handle another one Sunday at Philadelphia.
Last year the Detroit Pistons’ dancing usher made national news by the way he would break it down during timeouts at the games.
Wheel of Fortune ran a disclaimer prior to the episode saying the episode was taped weeks earlier but apparently that wasn’t enough for some.
The Pistons led by 18 before Miami got within three points in the fourth, but never trailed in the game’s final 47 minutes.
The talks leading to the deal that sent Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals began last month, when the names of a couple of other Detroit Tigers pitchers — AL Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer and Rick Porcello — also were mentioned.