Monthly Archives: July 2010

Great Article Gives Hank His Due

Lynn Henning of the Detroit News gives Hank Greenberg credit where credit is due. Advertisements

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Giovany Soto Burger Taken Off Menu

Giovany Soto was traded to the Cleveland Indians for 3B Jhonny Peralta yesterday. Peralta is a 7-year veteran who will temporarily relieve the strain on third base after the injury to Brandon Inge. Be on the lookout for a Trevor … Continue reading

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No-hitter hits hard

Matt Garza pitched the 5th no-hitter of 2010 against the Detroit Tigers. How nice. I would really appreciate it if someone could guarantee that Gerald Laird, Will Rhymes, Don Kelly, Ryan Raburn and Danny Worth will never be in the … Continue reading

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Top food prospects in Tiger’s farm system.

Sports Illustrated recently recognized the culinary achievements of two Detroit Tigers affiliates. The Toledo Mud Hens gyro, soon to be renamed the Jeff Frazier gyro, and the Western Michigan Whitecaps Fifth Third burger, thinking Giovany Soto burger for this one, … Continue reading

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George Steinbrenner on Hank Greenberg

I went to Yankee stadium for the dedication of the postal stamps on sluggers, including Hank Greenberg, with Hank’s daughter Alva, and ran into George getting into the elevator. Here he was the dreaded head of the dreaded Yankees that … Continue reading

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Youk, Like Hank, Gets Slighted But Will Rise Again

I am sure that devoted Red Sox fans are upset that Kevin Youkilis was not chosen to play in this year’s All Star game.  Yet it is not the first time that a Jewish first base slugger has been unfairly … Continue reading

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Lebron should thank Flood

Where would Lebron James be without Curt Flood? A half-hour long program to announce plans to destroy Cleveland, cloak and dagger meetings of the Miami 3, and two of the largest free agents in history using their free will to … Continue reading

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