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Crew Falls to Chisox – Wednesday Sports Wrap

MLB The Detroit Tigers remain on an unexpected break because their opponents, the Saint Louis Cardinals, have been sidelined by COVID-19 infections. The Tigers are on track to return to the field Friday in Pittsburgh. Coverage will begin at 6:40 on 99.3 the Lift. It appears increasingly unlikely that the …

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Tigers Series with Cards Canceled – Tuesday Sports Wrap

MLB The Detroit Tigers are off until Friday, following the cancellation of their mid-week series against Saint Louis. Yesterday’s COVID-19 test results raised the number of Cardinals’ infections to seven players and six staff members. Eight of those infected are displaying symptoms, and five are not. The team has been …

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Turnbull Shines as Tigers Win – Saturday Sports Wrap

MLB The Detroit Tigers rode five doubles and a strong start by Spencer Turnbull to a 7-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds last night. JaCoby Jones, Christin Stewart, Andrew Romine, C.J. Cron and Travis Demeritte each hit two-baggers. Demeritte was making his season debut, after being called up from Toledo …

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Finlandia Cancels Fall Sports

From Finlandia UniversityAfter careful consideration, Finlandia Director of Athletics Curtis Wittenberg has announced the cancellation of competition for the University’s fall teams (football, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball) for the fall 2020 season. While Finlandia’s fall teams will not compete in any games or competition for the fall season, …

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MIAA Calls Off Fall Sports – Friday Sports Wrap

MLB Miguel Cabrera hit two home runs, but the Detroit Tigers fell 5-3 to the Kansas City Royals last evening. Jonathan Schoop also went deep. Ivan Nova pitched into the sixth inning, giving up eight hits, but only two runs. José Cisnero took the loss in relief. The Tigers entertain the …

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MHSAA to “Phase In” Fall Sports

The Michigan High School Athletic Association has announced a “phased in” timetable for the beginning of fall sports competition. The plan was designed because of concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. Low risk sports, including cross country, Upper Peninsula girls tennis, and Lower Peninsula girls golf, swimming and diving, may begin …

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Homers Power Tigers’ Win – Wednesday Sports Wrap

MLB The Detroit bullpen threw six scoreless innings last night, as the Tigers edged the Kansas City Royals 4-3. After Rony Garcia gave up a three-run homer in the third inning of his major league debut, Tyler Alexander, Jose Cisnero, Gregory Soto, Buck Farmer and Joe Jiménez held KC to just …

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