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Pistons fall but Johnson impresses

The Pistons dropped their Orlando Summer League debut Saturday to the Orlando-White squad 87-76. First round pick Stanley Johnson came off the bench and played 24 minutes. He had 13 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Johnson said he’s a little burnt out from the pre-draft process a few days of summer league practice, but…

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Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera Placed on 15-Day DL With Left Calf Strain

The Detroit Tigers have announced that 1st baseman Miguel Cabrera has been placed on the 15-day disabled list because of a left calf strain. Detroit Tigers on Twitter Cabrera suffered the injury in Friday’s night game against Toronto. The two-time AL MVP was heading for second base in the 4th inning when he pulled up…


Drew & Marc: Thursday, July 2 – Full Episode Part 2

In part 2 of Thursday’s episode of Drew & Marc, the guys discuss the list of most popular movies by state, the many companies that have dropped “The Donald” in the wake of his presidential announcement comments, clips of Deion Sanders when he hosted Miss USA, more on Detroit’s blight… PLUS Tigers, Lions, Pistons, Red Wings…
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AUDIO: Ausmus Tossed, Tigers Swept by Pirates

For the 3rd straight game, the Tigers starting pitcher had command issues from the moment he took the mound. This time, it was Kyle Ryan and the outcome was the same, the Pirates beat the Tigers 8-4 and swept the three game series. Ryan (1-2, 4.55 ERA) issued 5 walks including a pair to start…


Drew & Marc: Thursday, July 2 – Full Episode Part 1

In part 1 of Thursday’s episode of Drew & Marc, the guys discuss the Pirates spanking of the Tigers, the Pistons trade with the Suns, spoke with Milward Beaudry about Eminem and Stephen Colbert appearing on public access show (and re-lived the coffee spills), chat with Mickey Redmond on the Wings new players… PLUS Tigers, Lions, Pistons, Red Wings &…
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Pistons get moving

The Pistons missed out on day 1 of the 2015 NBA Free Agency Extravaganza, but they patiently addressed a few of their needs Thursday. According to sources, the Pistons agreed in principle to a 3-year deal with former San Antonio center Aron Baynes for around $20 million, then made a deal for 3 Phoenix Suns…