h) Terry Foster
Born in Detroit, Foster started his Detroit professional career in 1982 as the high school writer with The Detroit Free Press. From 1988-1994, he was the Pistons beat writer for The Detroit News during the Bad Boys era. He also covered Michigan Football, golf, tennis and auto racing. Foster has covered several Super Bowls, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals and the Olympics in Atlanta and Italy. Foster has also been an on-air radio contributor in Detroit and worked at The Detroit Free Press and the Grand Rapids Press. Foster is a sports columnist for the Detroit News and writes often on the Detroit Lions and Detroit Pistons. He is in the process of launching a sports television Internet network on foobtoob.com and will host a show with broadcast partner Mike Valenti and Free Press columnist Drew Sharp. Foster is a journalism graduate from Central Michigan University. A little know fact about Terry… he once was a bartender and short order cook at the legendary Lindell A.C. in downtown Detroit. He resides in West Bloomfield with his wife Adrienne, daughter Celine and son Brandon.
“I think these sheets have like 1,000 threads per square inch,” Foster said, noting that, of course, he’s been the only occupant of the bedroom on this trip.
We love our professional athletes in Detroit even if they are mediocre.
I always joke about what it was like back in the day.
Justin Verlander is Hollywood now. He hangs out with a big time super model.
My first reaction was to scream bloody murder when the Tigers got rid of $5 ticket prices. Those tickets now cost between $12 to $20. It prices out poor families that could by tickets for $5 and get parking for $5. It was a great deal.
Detroit Waza Flo repeated as Eastern Division champions of the Professional Arena Soccer League but now the real work begins.
Imagine going to Lions practice just to see the seven on seven drills between wide receiver Calvin Johnson and defensive back Darrelle Revis. It could happen.
He’s punched a teammate. He ran the wrong route on the football field, giving his team less a chance to win.
When Red Wings forward Tomas Holmstrom retired this week, he called playing for the Red Wings the greatest job in the world.
Did somebody remind Titus Young that Calvin Johnson is the best receiver in the history of football?