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  • Four Seasons in One

    For a Pistons team that’s essentially played 4 seasons in one, the beginning of season number 4 has too closely resembled the beginning of season number 1. Season number 1 was the 5-23 start, then the 12-3 run minus Josh Smith, the 4-7 stretch minus Brandon Jennings, and now the 2-3 stretch after the major trade deadline deals. Reggie Jackson has struggled and the defense and rebounding have been inconsistent. Stan Van Gundy knew there’d be growing pains when he traded away 2 starters on February 19th. Those moves were made with next season and beyond in mind, but a trip to the postseason this year would certainly whet the appetites of many Piston fans who are ravenously hungry for a winner. Read More
  • Red Wings Bring In Veteran Help

    The Red Wings remained active as the NHL trade deadline hit on Monday afternoon. After acquiring forward Erik Cole from the Dallas Stars on Sunday night, Detroit acquired defenseman Marek Zidlicky from the New Jersey Devils on Monday. Cole and Zidlicky are expected to practice with the team today and be in the lineup Wednesday night at home against the Rangers. To acquire Cole, the Red Wings lost prospects Mattias Backman and Mattias Janmark, as well as their second-round pick in this year's draft. Detroit got Zidlicky from the Devils for a conditional third-round draft pick in 2016. The Red Wings are six points behind Montreal for first place in the division. Read More
  • Jose Iglesias Returns To The Lineup

    For the first time in a year, Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias was back in the starting lineup on Monday. Iglesias played one inning in the Tigers exhibition season-opening 12-2 win against Florida Southern in Lakeland. Iglesias, who missed all of last season because of stress fractures in each of his legs, made one put-out and grounded out in his only at bat in the bottom of the first. Iglesias is expected to play again on Wednesday against Baltimore. The Tigers will begin Grapefruit League play today in Lakeland against the Orioles. Kyle Lobstein will get the start for Detroit. The left-hander posted a 4.35 ERA in seven games — six starts — for the Tigers last season. Read More
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