Fans in Detroit and throughout Michigan are coming down with a case of “Tigers Fever.”
This is what we are talking about today. Fans bolting on their team.
Champ: Jimmy Howard for his 45 save performance against the defending Stanley Cup Champion L.A. Kings.
TigerFest Gives Fans A Dose Of Spring Fever
The Detroit Lions are looking for fan video submissions of game day rituals, memories, superstitions and anything else that fuels the love for Lions football.
From downtown to midtown Detroit, there are an abundance of sports bars that will be celebrating the excitement of baseball season from the first pitch through the pennant. Check out these Detroit establishments that are sure to deliver a homerun throughout the season.
As anyone who has followed baseball in Detroit knows, it’s not something that is exclusive to St. Louis. Willie Hernandez, Mike Henneman, Todd Jones and Fernando Rodney were bullpen closers for the Tigers the past quarter century — and all were booed loudly at Tiger Stadium and/or Comerica Park.
Sheen received a standing ovation Sunday night in Chicago. The crowd cheered when the curtain opened and revealed a smoking Sheen. Some in the crowd chanted “Detroit sucks.”
The capacity crowd at the 5,100-seat Fox Theatre rebelled before he left the stage, chanting “refund!” and walking out in droves.