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Dare to dream, Dare to take chances, Dare to be the best at what you love! This is what my dearest friend and mentor Anibal O. Lleras has done. Tonight Anibal joins us LIVE from Puerto Rico to let us into his world of entertainment. This man is no new comer when it pertains to the Motion Picture industry and Music industry alike. So let us take a ride on The Day & Life of Anibal O. Lleras. If you didn't know, NOW YOU DO! Enjoy and May you all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year (2015) from Angel Ramirez and Sixto Ramos "Escucha Listen Up" Radio.
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Justin Spiro of the Detroit Sports Rag finds a source that Tigers and Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch says he "feels the best he has in 10 years and believes he will come out swinging this offseason." Ed Smith and I explain what those things mean.
Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez's shoulder is "all good" after its test with Dr. James Andrews.
We preview Week 3 of College Football in the Mitten, which includes Michigan State/Air Force and Michigan/UNLV, and preview Lions at Vikings NFL Week 2.
The Pistons sign center Jordan Bachynski to a non-guaranteed training camp contract.
Ed Smith joins me again to discuss Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez criticizing fans again for getting too hard on him and his teammates. How many times does V-Mart have to do this to us!!!!???? What should the ramifications be if he keeps this up?
I also have a negative injury update on Tigers starting pitcher Anibal Sanchez and a positive update on Pistons point guard Brandon Jennings. Anibal Sanchez will see a doctor for his shoulder injury, while Brandon Jennings receives good news about when he will rejoin the Pistons active roster.
This week, Rob and HookSlide discuss tanking, Draft Kings fever, and whether or not fans should boo their team.
The Detroit Tigers have been solid lately, winning three of the past four series they have played, including a recent series victory over the Kansas City Royals. Baseball is getting more watchable in Detroit, and Tigers fans just aren't sure how to handle it.
Amid their restlessness, Rob and HookSlide discuss the recent boo birds that have come to nest at Comerica Park, and the pros and cons of daily fantasy sports. Their commercials -- and auto-playing video web ads -- might be the devil, but the product is, dare we say, kind of fun? Also, what should you be watching for as the Tigers play out the last two weeks of the season, and is it worth it to spoil the Minnesota Twins' playoff hopes?
Topics in this week's episode include:
The Tigers are good again! Sort of.
What's up with Miguel Cabrera?
What the Tigers should expect out of Anibal Sanchez in 2016
The trials and tribulations of third base coach Dave Clark
Tanking the Right WayTM
Are Tigers fans booing too much?
That time that Brad Ausmus was right
Listener questions! Including whether your favorite Tiger is a sandwich
Daily fantasy sports, and whether they will make you rich
Internet advertising, and how it won't make anyone rich
2:49 - Rounding the Bases: are you ok, Miggy?
27:07 - Warming in the Pen: you need to stop waving this guy around third
41:48 - High and Tight: the art of booing
1:03:34 - Into the Mob Scene at Home: this is the one guy we’re excited to see leave in 2016
1:21:51 - The 7th Inning Kvetch: get rich quick, so you can start paying for content
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In this week's episode of the Bless You Boys podcast, HookSlide talks Tigers baseball with Rob Rogacki, and chats with Max Rieper of Royals Review about the Kansas City Royals in preparation for their upcoming series with the Tigers. Royals topics include: what's behind the Royals' hot start, why is their offense suddenly so good, how much did losing James Shields hurt the starting rotation, why is there suddenly bad blood with the Oakland A's, and how is Ned Yost's approval rating so far? Tigers topics include: why is David Price doing the one-good-outing/one-bad-outing thing again, what happened to Anibal Sanchez, Joe Nathan's season-ending injury, and what to expect out of new reliever Alex Wilson given his recent results in Toledo.
On this episode of the Bless You Boys podcast, HookSlide and Bless You Boys site managing editor Rob Rogacki analyse the past week of Tigers baseball on the west coast. Topics include the still-limping offense, the missing impact of Alex Avila, Anibal Sanchez and his on-going home run problem, Alfredo Simon's emergence as at least a number two starting pitcher, the role and future of Hernan Perez, looking back at last year's team slump, the Ryan Howard trade rumors, and injury updates for Justin Verlander, Alex Avila, Bruce Rondon, and Victor Martinez.
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The Tigers get smashed by the Milwaukee Brewers 8-1 tonight. Anibal Sanchez gives up 3 home runs, including a 3-run homer down the right-field line off the bat of Ryan Braun, and the offense continues to lack production. What do they need to do to improve their offense?
Designated hitter Victor Martinez has been put on the 15-day disabled list due to left knee inflammation. Outfielder Tyler Collins was called up from the AAA Toledo Mud Hens as a result.
Mike Babcock talks to both the Red Wings and Buffalo Sabres. The Wings offer him a short-term deal, but then the Buffalo Sabres offer him $50 million. Which will he take?
The Pistons will be handed the 8th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. Who do you think will they pick?
The Tigers and Kansas City Royals duke it out in the rubber finale of the 3-game series at Comerica Park as seen on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball. Shane Greene looks to get back on track against Chris Young in tonight's starting pitching matchup.
David Price is expected to start the upcoming Saturday, moving Greene and a scuffling Anibal Sanchez up one spot.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have been given permission to speak with (former) Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock earlier today.
The Kansas City Royals smash Anibal Sanchez and the Tigers 6-2 in the middle of the 3-game series at Comerica Park to regain 1st place in the American League Central Division.
Starting pitcher David Price has an MRI that showed he has a mild hamstring strain and therefore expects to make his next start. Shortstop Jose Iglesias is expected to make his return to the starting lineup Tuesday. Catcher Alex Avila has been put on the 15-day disabled list with a "loose body" in his left knee after taking a foul ball in it in batting practice Friday.
The Red Wings sign prospect Dominic Turgeon to a 3-year entry-level deal, but he will return to Portland for the 2015-2016 WHL regular season.