Everyone always asks me what it’s like to work with Wojo every day.
Some will call it sacreligious to suggest, but I’m gonna do it anyway.
By: Bob Wojnowski Unfortunately, it’s a fair debate, and one that won’t go away. Which aspect of the Tigers is more annoying (or frustrating, or disappointing): Their offense or their defense? Now, think about […]
He’s the backup catcher, and he’s been hurt. But Gerald Laird has been around the bases a few times, now in his second stint with the Tigers.
Jim Leyland was calm. He was measured. And he was clear: If there was another way to shake up his slumbering lineup, he’d do it.
It’s on the way, like it or not. College football will have a four-team playoff system, and now the raging debate is who should host the games.
You want me to say it. I know you do. I’m essentially a trained seal, and this is about the time I’d be bellowing something about panic in a place called Tigertown.
We waited through free-agency. We waited through the draft, which was slightly controversial for the Lions. And while rosters certainly aren’t set yet, there won’t be a lot more movement.
It’s easy to be all law-and-orderly and make this declaration to NFL prospects: Sit or get off the pot.
The Red Wings were eliminated early again, and because I like to be helpful, I already laid out the ideal off-season plan for GM Ken Holland.