Scherzer: ‘I never once said Detroit couldn’t win’

The big fish out on the market this offseason was former Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Max Scherzer. There were a plethora of teams that were interested in his services, as many people believed that he would not re-sign with Detroit. When your agent is Scott Boras, you can always count on pocketing a little extra dough than normal. The … Read more

What is Next for Tigers Following Injury to Martinez?

Going into spring training, the Detroit Tigers knew that they would already have one superstar on the shelf and limping into the regular season with limited playing time. Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera is currently rehabbing from his foot surgery in December. The man who protects him in the deep and powerful Tigers lineup will now also … Read more

Spartans in hot pursuit of Arizona linebacker on recruiting trail

UPDATE: Cassius Peat has signed with MSU: Regardless of what outsiders think, head coach Mark Dantonio has to feel pretty good so far about what he’s been seeing and hearing from his commitments today. So far on National Signing Day, the Michigan State Spartans have had all 18 of their verbal commits officially sign their Letter of … Read more

National Signing Day Preview: Michigan State University

Today marks one of the more important offseason days in college football, as the highly coveted high school players who just finished up their senior season are expected to announce where they will be signing on to go play at the collegeiate level in the Fall. Many of these standouts make verbal commitments and will … Read more

Spartans top ticket prices for Ohio State’s home slate in 2015

It certainly is good to be a Michigan State Spartans fan these days. Over the last few seasons, head coach Mark Dantonio has helped bring his football team to national prominence and recognition; two straight top-5 finishes at the end of the season, and five straight bowl game victories, including a comeback thriller on New Year’s Day … Read more

4-star Ohio RB LJ Scott commits to Michigan State

With news surfacing over the last few days about Jim Harbaugh planning out his recruits for the Michigan Wolverines, the Michigan State Spartans needed to make some noise of their own. On Wednesday, February 4th, Hubbard High School (OH) standout Larry Scott Jr. will officially sign his letter of intent to play for head coach Mark Dantonio in East Lansing next … Read more

Spartans pull out big conference win vs. rival Michigan

In a game that both teams desperately needed, the Michigan State Spartans edged out an overtime thriller, at home against their hated rival, with a final score of 76-66. The Michigan Wolverines came in to today’s contest with a 6-3 record in the Big Ten, but all of their wins came against teams in the lower half of … Read more

Could Manfred’s Latest Suggestions for Change in the MLB Spark Realignment?

If you are an avid fan and follower of everything baseball, you are well aware by now that new MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has already come storming out of the gates early with big ideas. In the last 48 hours or so, Manfred has created some conversation and controversy throughout the baseball world, with his latest … Read more

Manfred Has More Ideas for Major League Baseball

Talk about making a statement as soon as you enter the building. Just two days from being formally announced as the new commissioner of Major League Baseball, and one day after sending the baseball world into a frenzy with his idea of banning defensive shifts, commissioner Rob Manfred is at it again with his ideas. Manfred … Read more

Spartans poach former Kentucky commits and twins, Andrew and David Dowell

With the Ohio State Buckeyes being on top of the college football world for now, and the Michigan Wolverines making noise with new head coach Jim Harbaugh, the Michigan State Spartans were suddenly feeling left out of the mix for a while. That is no longer the case. According to a report from’s Bill Greene, the Spartans have … Read more

Dombrowski Likes Rotation Moving Forward Despite Loss Of Scherzer

Detroit Tigers president, CEO, and GM Dave Dombrowski has been bombarded with questions this offseason with regards to his pitching staff. The two biggest and most obvious members of the rotation were David Price and now Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer. On Wednesday, the 2013 AL Cy Young award winner was formally introduced as a member of the Nats, after … Read more

Mr. Reliable: Top 5 Don Kelly Moments as a Tiger

The man could simply do it all for the Detroit Tigers. For six seasons in the Motor City, super utility man Don Kelly was certainly a must in the clubhouse for a number of reasons. He was a popular player among the Tiger faithful as well as in house for former manger Jim Leyland. Jimmy Smokes liked … Read more

Max Scherzer Signing and James Shields Rumors Could Be Good for The Tigers

The MLB had its busiest offseason day on Friday, as nearly 100 players reached an agreement with their current ball clubs to avoid any arbitration hearings. Among those players were Tigers pitchers David Price and Alfredo Simon, who signed 1-year deals worth a combined $25.3 million, and Price getting the bulk of it at $19.75. The deal … Read more