Top 5 athletes from Michigan who never played for a Detroit franchise


The state of Michigan has been blessed with many talented athletes, with many obviously having played in Detroit. At the same time, there have also been many great athletes from Michigan that haven’t played in this great city of Detroit. It is a shame because many of the men who are on this list would have changed their respective Detroit … Read more

Derek Jeter has perfect response to Carlos Correa’s diss [Video]

Former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter found himself the target of Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa, who stated his belief that Jeter wasn’t deserving of the five Gold Glove awards that he won during his Hall of Fame career. “Derek Jeter no se merecía ninguno de los 5 Guantes de Oro que ganó.” “Derek … Read more

Marlins CEO Derek Jeter: COVID-19 spread thanks to players “letting their guard down”

The Miami Marlins have been affected greatly by the COVID-19 outbreak, with 21 people (including 18 players) in the team’s traveling party testing positive for the illness. All those infected are said to be doing well, ranging from asymptomatic to mild symptoms. To that end, Major League Baseball has postponed several of their games in … Read more

Derek Jeter falls a single vote short of unanimous HOF selection

There was absolutely zero doubt that former New York Yankees great Derek Jeter would be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday evening, the only question was, would the vote be unanimous? Embed from Getty Images Well, we now know that Jeter fell one vote short of a unanimous selection into the HOF … Read more

Detroit Tigers: It’s time to retire Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker’s numbers

With the news of Derek Jeter‘s number being retired by the New York Yankees, the Detroit Tigers have now been called out. Detroit greats Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker need to have their numbers retired. Immediately, if not sooner. Let’s examine the numbers. Alan Trammell WAR 70.4 HR 185 1003 RBI BA .285 6x All-Star 4x Gold Glove 3x Silver Slugger … Read more

Michigan to host second annual ‘Signing of the Stars’

According to Mark Snyder of the Detroit Free Press, the University of Michigan will be hosting their second annual “Signing of the Stars” event on Wednesday, February 1st. U-M will host its second annual Signing of the Stars event on Feb. 1 at Crisler Center. The time is still undetermined. — Mark Snyder (@Mark__Snyder) January … Read more

5 potential guest pickers for College GameDay at Western Michigan

College GameDay is a terrific program. The personalities are great and cohesive. Each segment is put in with a high tier of professionalism and terrific production value. Everything culminates in the coup de grâce of GameDay; the picks. Lee Corso dons the head/garb of the program he feels will win that day, often whipping the … Read more

Tom Brady, Derek Jeter both slated to attend Michigan’s Signing Day festivities

University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh and company will be welcoming in the Wolverines’ 2016 recruiting class inside Hill Auditorium on Wednesday, beginning at 11 a.m. with the festivities expected to last roughly two hours. This marks Harbaugh’s first ever invite-only type gathering as head coach of the Wolverines, and he will be inviting … Read more

Josh Donaldson with the catch of the year? [Video]

On Wednesday, Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson made what may have been the catch of the year so far in Major League Baseball.

The catch came in the bottom of the eighth inning against the Tampa Bay Rays and actually helped keep a bid for a perfect game alive for pitcher Marco Estrada. Estrada ended up losing the perfect game when he gave up a one-out infield single to Logan Forsythe of the Rays later in the same inning.

Baseball Etiquette: The Book of Unwritten Rules

Every sport has their own set of unwritten rules the majority of players abide by, rules that fans are seemingly always at a crossroads with when it comes to understanding and accepting them as sports consumers. From padding stats in virtually decided basketball game, to rookie hazing football, and things such as “turtling” in hockey… … Read more

Top 8 athlete interviews on the “Late Show with David Letterman”

[tps_header] In case you have been living in a cave for the past week or so, David Letterman hosted his final “Late Show with David Letterman” episode this past Wednesday. During the final Top 10 Countdown, Peyton Manning made an appearance, which got me to thinking, what were the best athlete interviews of all-time on … Read more

Jose Iglesias: The way too early American League MVP

We knew that Detroit Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias was good, but we didn’t know that the production he is currently giving the team on both sides of the plate is MVP caliber. Don’t get me wrong, we aren’t even 50 games into this season, so yes I could be over exaggerating a bit. In reality, … Read more

Top 5 Performances By Athletes On Saturday Night Live

In case you have not heard, Saturday Night Live is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. This got me to thinking, what are the top performances by athletes in the history of the show? These rankings are not based on acting ability, because let’s be honest, there isn’t much of that. They are ranked on how … Read more

Seven (Make That Six) Inductees Join Michigan Sports Hall of Fame

UPDATE: Following numerous travel issues, Derek Jeter was unable to arrive in Detroit in time for his induction. With the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame being as flexible as they are, Jeter’s induction has simply been added to the 2016 class, alongside Mike Modano, who also could not make the trip this year. The Michigan Sports … Read more