Barry Bonds spent a portion of Monday morning driving around Pittsburgh, marveling at the changes he’s seen in the city since baseball’s career home run king bolted for San Francisco more than two decades ago.
Apparently when he left the world of head coaching, he also retired from the world of walking.
Jim Leyland may no longer be manager of the Detroit Tigers, but he picked up another high-profile position in the city.
Snow covered the parade floats as people, young and old, cheered the bands, celebrities and other units as they made their way down the 2.9 mile course from outside the Detroit Institute of Arts to Campus Martius.
Everything you need to know about the 87th America’s Thanksgiving Parade including, parking, road closures and a list of the celebrity who’s who.
Just as Leyland expects the Ballpark at Arlington to help Fielder, he expects Comerica to benefit Kinsler.
Everyone loves a dancing coach. Everyone loves a dancing coach that looks cool doing the dance.
Former Detroit Tigers Manager Jim Leyland was honored Monday night at the Fox Theatre as part of the “Detroit Legacies in Black and White” fundraiser.
Jim Leyland had a good run as Tigers manager.
When a team hires a new manager, there are always so many storylines and sub-plots that fill up reporters notebooks or, I guess Twitter feeds these days.