Big 50 Detroit Tigers

Author: Tom Gage
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633197948
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Big 50: Tigers brilliantly brings to life the Tigers' remarkable story, from Ty Cobb and Kirk Gibson to the rollercoaster that was the "Bless You Boys" era to Justin Verlander's no-hitters and up to today.

The Good The Bad And The Ugly Detroit Tigers

Author: George Cantor
Publisher: Triumph Books (IL)
ISBN: 9781600780523
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Heart-Pounding, Jaw-Dropping, and Gut-Wrenching Moments from Detroit Tigers
History George Cantor. as a leadoff man. First base, where power hitters
traditionally set up shop, was handled by committee, and none of them were big
hitters. So bringing in Fielder to play the position was not much of a gamble, but it
paid some of the biggest dividends in franchise history. Fielder became the first
member of the Tigers since Hank Greenberg to hit more than 50 home runs in a
season ...

Tigers Corner 2007

Author: Gary Gillette
Publisher: Potomac Books Incorporated
Size: 40.70 MB
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An Annual Guide to Detroit Tigers Baseball Gary Gillette. The [Curtis] Granderson
home run in ... .To go back and think about all of those great moments — I couldn'
t imagine having much more fun except if they had won the World Series. The
other Tigers teams that won the ... My other big break was doing Michigan
football as a substitute play-by-play announcer on WJR-AM while Frank
Beckmann was finishing the season on the Tigers' broadcasts. I did that for three
or four years, and ...

ISBN: 9789748918884
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The Tigers And Their Den

Author: John McCollister
Publisher: Taylor Trade Pub
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As the aging slugger rounded the bases and the Tiger Stadium organist played "
East Side, West Side," McLain doffed his cap to the hobbling slugger. Vince
Doyle of WWJ radio commented on his broadcast the next morning that this was "
a fine gesture of respect for the legendary Mantle." That may have been one of
the rare moments during which a Detroit sportscaster ever accused McLain of
showing respect for anyone. Other Tigers played better than they knew how.
Gates Brown ...

Great Moments In American Sports

Author: Jerry Brondfield
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780394826080
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It was a big event, if only because Taft was America's biggest president, weighing
in at nearly 3 50 pounds. The biggest man in baseball during Taft's presidency
weighed only 178 pounds, but he was a pure concentrate of athletic ability and
competitive fury. In 1909 Tyrus Raymond Cobb was only 22, but he was in his
fourth full season with the Detroit Tigers. Cobb first appeared with the Tigers on
August 30, 1905. To those who know what Cobb went on to achieve, his first time
at bat ...


Author: Jan L. Alloy
ISBN: 9781856487306
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In 1989, 50 years after leaving, DSO returned to make a renovated Orchestra Hall
its home once again. The orchestra's weekly radio performances ... Detroit Tigers
On April 25, 1901, the Detroit Tigers took the field at Bennett Park for their first
official American League baseball game. Named for the striped stockings they
wore, ... beginning of a new era of Tiger baseball. Its Walking Hall of Fame, with a
large collection of memorabilia, lets fans remember the great moments of the past

The Great Book Of Detroit Sports Lists

Author: Mike Stone
Publisher: Running Press
ISBN: 0786741716
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Detroit's fans are some of the most educated and fanatical in the country, thanks to the work of long-time commentators Mike Stone and Art Regner.

Big D

Author: Darwin Payne
Publisher: Three Forks Pr
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Investors who bought shares at $1 .50 each were promised "quick action and
large returns." Advertisements for other companies made equally bold promises.
While Dallas had for many years supported its professional baseball team, only
in the spring did citizens have an opportunity to see major league players. This
occurred when major league teams included Dallas on their pre-season tours
through the South. In April 1 91 9 the New York Giants and Detroit Tigers stopped
in Dallas ...