Remembering Sonny Eliot
Legendary weatherman Sonny Eliot annually provided the Thanksgiving Day forecast for Red Wings' radio broadcasts. Listen to his final Wings' forecast from No. 25, 2010.
Blackhawks agree to terms with Paliotta
The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have agreed to terms with defenseman Michael Paliotta (pahl-ee-AW-tuh) on a two-year contract.
The Blackhawks’ third-round selection (70th overall) in the 2011 National Hockey League Draft, Palio...
Actor J.K. Simmons to throw first pitch on Opening Day
J.K. Simmons never did take the ball from Kevin Costner during his bid for pitching perfection in For Love of the Game. Years later, the Oscar-winning actor and Michigan native will get to throw the first pitch of the Tigers season.
High school football player found dead
A suburban Southern California high school was stricken with
grief Tuesday following the death of a popular varsity football
player whose father is 10-year NFL veteran Erik Kramer.
Blackhawks agree to terms with Baun
The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have agreed to terms with free agent forward Kyle Baun on a two-year contract. Baun will report to the Blackhawks.
Baun, 22, recorded a collegiate career-high 29 points (14G, 15A) in 38 games thi...
Nathan has cut on right hand
The Tigers' closer job is not up for grabs, manager Brad Ausmus said. Nevertheless, the Tigers closer has an issue with his grip. The issue involved Joe Nathan's right hand. "The thumbnail looked like it was cutting into his thumb," Ausmus said.
Tom Renney talks about his new job as Red Wings' associate coach
Blackhawks announce April 5 game time
In conjunction with the National Hockey League, the Chicago Blackhawks announced today that the start time for the home game on Sunday, April 5, vs. the St. Louis Blues will be 6:30 p.m. CT. The contest will be an exclusive national broadcast on N...
Miggy, V-Mart show off their power strokes
Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez seemingly cleared the health hurdle a few days ago in their comebacks from their respective surgeries. In their battle to get their timing down at the plate in time for Opening Day, they both cleared the fence Thursday.
Blackhawks agree to terms with Hinostroza
The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that they have agreed to terms with forward Vincent Hinostroza (hih-noh-STROH-zah), a native of Bartlett, Ill., on a three-year contract.
The Blackhawks’ sixth-round selection (169th overall) in the 2012 ...
J.D. Martinez ready for hurlers' adjustments
J.D. Martinez picked up some attention last season for the notebook he carried with him in the dugout to track how pitchers approached him. Now that he has the league's attention, he's going to have to prepare for the notes other teams have been taking as well.