Sports Roundup

Sports: Verlander Stellar in Astro’s 1-0 Win
Justin Verlander pitched eight innings of one-hit ball in his second start for Houston.  The former Tigers’ ace has been stellar in both starts for his new team.  He gave up a lead-off double to Brandon Phillips on Tuesday night in Anaheim, and then blanked the Angels throu…
Tigers Announce 2018 Schedule
Major League Baseball released the schedule for next season, and the Tigers will start at home on March 29th against the Pittsburgh Pirates. It’ll be the earliest game ever played at Comerica Park. They also play the Cubs and Cards in 2018.
Sports: Tigers Ace Fulmer to Have Surgery
The Tigers’ ace pitcher Michael Fulmer is done for the season and will have surgery today on his right elbow.   Fulmer visited orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola, Florida on Monday.   Tuesday’s procedure  is an ulnar nerve trans…
Sports: Lions in Comeback Win, 35-32
The Lions started the regular season with a 35-23 comeback win over the Arizona Cardinals, their first win over Arizona in the last 8 meetings.  The Lions got behind early as Matthew Stafford had a pass picked off and returned for a touchdown...
Sports: MSU to Honor Heathcote; NFL Starts Tonight
Michigan State legendary basketball coach Jud Heathcote died Aug. 28 in Spokane, Washington, at the age of 90.   Coach Tom Izzo’s team will wear patches throughout the upcoming season to honor his former boss and mentor.
Izzo talked about it on the school’s w…
Tigers Fall to Royals
It was a chilly night in Detroit for baseball and the Tiger bats were cold for the game, ending in a 13-2 loss to the Kansas City Royals.
Sports: Former Tigers Helping New Teams
On Monday, former Tiger J.D. Martinez hit four home runs to lead his new team, the Arizona D-Backs to a win.  On Tuesday, two former Tigers helped the Houston Astros win.   Justin Verlander pitched six strong innings and won his Astros debut...

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