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9.26.18

Detroit Concession Stand Worker Faces Felony Charges for Spitting on a Customer's Pizza

Guessing that a restaurant employee might spit in your food is one thing. Seeing a video is a whole other story.

9.24.18

Detroit Tigers Concessions Worker Seen Spitting on Food

The Comerica Park food services employee was filmed spitting on pizza crust before covering it with sauce. He is in police custody and may face charges.

11.15.17

Prince Fielder Tells Someone they "Park Like an Asshole" and Autographs Note

Sometimes, your shitty parking gets noticed by famous baseball players.

8.24.17

Yankees and Tigers Provide an Actual Benches-Clearing Brawl

Miguel Cabrera and Austin Romine went face-to-face and then all hell broke loose.

4.11.17

Twins Want to Disinfect Everything in Detroit After Flu-Ridden Red Sox Leave Town

The Boston Red Sox have been beset by the flu, and now nothing is safe.

3.10.17

Blue Jays Game Called After Reliever T.J. House Hit in Head by Line Drive

A scary scene in Lakeland, Florida, when the Blue Jays reliever had to be placed on a stretcher and taken to the hospital via ambulance.

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3.7.17

Change Is Coming to the AL Central, from Cleveland to Minnesota

The 2017 MLB season is shaping up to be one of change in the American League Central, starting with the Cleveland Indians, the defending AL champs who are finally all in.

2.15.17

Red Wings and Tigers Owner Mike Ilitch Paid Rent for Rosa Parks

Following the news of Mike Ilitch's death, there's been renewed interest in the story about him and civil-rights pioneer Rosa Parks.

11.3.16

Cubs Come Back from Down 3-1 as History Prepares to Repeat Itself

In 1968, the Cardinals blew a 3-1 lead to the Tigers, and the country was a disaster.

10.14.16

Revisiting 'For Love of the Game,' Which Is as Dull as Baseball But Has More Kevin Costner

Kevin Costner made a lot of sports movies, and some are good. 'For Love of the Game' gets baseball's glacial pace and self-seriousness right, but not much else.

9.23.16

Semi-Wild Life, And That September Feeling: David Roth's Weak In Review

Baseball's wild card races have managed to be extremely close without ever quite being exciting. The good news is that nothing this dull can last into October.

9.22.16

Approximately Six People Saw Brian Dozier Set an AL Record for Home Runs

Brian Dozier, the Twins lone bright spot, broke a record today and barely anyone saw it.

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