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In this episode of the Bless You Boys podcast, HookSlide talks with Tigers beat writer and MLive columnist Chris Iott about the past week of Tigers baseball. Topics include whether the bullpen has graduated from "terrible" to "not too bad," whether Dave Dombrowski might be looking to trade for another bullpen arm in July and who would be on the trading block, the ongoing neck-and-neck race between the Detroit Tigers and the Kansas City Royals, an "anemic" offense (to use Brad Ausmus' word) that seems to be coming back to life, Alex Avila's knee injury, and Brad Aumsus' growth as a manager in 2015.
In an episode all about the Benjamins, Al and Hookslide cover the fallout from the Tigers' historic contract extension with Miguel Cabrera, Max Scherzer's contract negotiations ending in futility, the acquisition of ancient shortstop Alex Gonzalez and Forbes estimating the team's worth at $680 million.
Bless You Boys Podcast 105 has a running time of 1:03 and features Al Beaton and HookSlide. Kurt Mensching will be back next week.
Tigers, Cabrera formally announce 8-year extension, commit to 10-years and $292 million overall.
MLB execs disgusted over Miguel Cabrera extension.
Fans of advanced metrics are calling the Cabrera extension the worst contract ever. What a surprise!
But is it really that crazy of a contract in retrospect? $30 million may look like chump change in ten years.
Tigers were between a rock and a hard place. Let Cabrera walk in free agency, the fans get upset. Sign the best hiotter in the game to a contract locking him up for the remainder of his career, the fans get upset.
Tigers' GM Dave Dombrowski contended it's better to extend a pending free agent early on the process, believing a player is more likely to leave the longer you wait.
The Tigers may not be all that worried about the long-term ramifications of a contract extension thanks to the ridiculous amount of TV money MLB teams earn.
Max Scherzer and the Tigers cease contract negotiations.
Scherzer's agent Scott Boras claims it was the Tigers who rejected a deal.
Tyler Collins makes the team as a left fielder.
Tigers obtain shortstop Alex Gonzalez from the Orioles for utility man Steve Lombardozzi.
Forbes values Tigers at $680 million, 15th overall in MLB. Anyone else think that figure sounds low?
Doug Fister will start the season on the DL. The Tigers win the trade!
1A- Serena Williams beats Maria Sharpova for the 15th time in a row and then takes the Sony Open.
2A- Northwestern University football players have won their case against the NCAA.
2B- Final Four Predictions.
3A- Miguel Cabrera signs extension for $292 million and $31 million per year.
3B- NY Mets and NY Yankees preview.
4A- Manny Pacquiao vs. Tim Bradley II!! Bradley's thoughts...
5A- Johnny Manziel excels during his Pro Day.
5B- Ray Rice is indicted and marries his fiance.
5C- Maurice Jones-Drew joins the Oakland Raiders.
5D- The Philadelphia Eagels sign Mark Sanchez and cut DeSean Jackson.
Miguel Cabrera is on pace to go down as one of the greatest hitters baseball has ever seen, and his remakarable 2013 season has experts talking about him in comparison to the likes of Joe Dimaggio, Willie Mays and others.
So, how far can Cabrera take the Tigers this year? And will Nick Castellanos be along for the ride?
That, plus a look at the Lions through two preseason games. Is this team doomed to another subpar season?
Miguel Cabrera hit his 400th career home run over the weekend, blasting one to center field against the St. Louis Cardinals. Is he the greatest Detroit Tigers player ever? And where does Miggy rank among Gordie Howe, Ty Cobb, Barry Sanders and the rest of Detroit's all-timers?
We take on that subject, plus look ahead to Tuesday's NBA Draft lottery and Wednesday's possible Mike Babcock decision.
Roc Nation Sports and Miguel Cotto Promotions are pleased to announce the next highly anticipated battle for Miguel Cotto (39-4, 32 KO’s), the reigning WBC Middleweight World Champion and the first native of Puerto Rico to become world champion in four different weight classes. On June 6, 2015, Cotto will defend his title against former World Champion Daniel Geale (31-3, 16 KO’s) of Australia in a fight that will be televised live on HBO from Barclays Center in Brooklyn and is presented in association with Gary Shaw Productions. Boxing superstar Amir “King” Khan (30-3, 19 KOs) returns to the ring to take on former world champion Chris Algieri (20-1, 8 KOs) on Friday, May 29, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York as the Main Event in an exciting Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) card on Spike TV.
The televised action begins live on Spike TV at 9 pm ET/6 p.m. PT. Doors at Barclays Center open at 6 p.m. ET.
We will without a shadow of a doubt be taking live calls on air from you the voice of the people. Call 646-478-3068 to voice your opinion, remember you can express your opinion in writing by becoming part of the team and writing for the site contact Nestor Gibbs at Theboxingvoice@yahoo.com Be sure to subscribe to us on YouTube and Blogtalk in order to receive one email a few minutes before we go live. Stay up to date with the sport you love by following us on Twitter @Thaboxingvoice for the most recent news in the boxing world.
Miguel Tinker Salas is one of the nation's foremost authorities on political and social issues confronting Latin America. He is the author ofThe Enduring Legacy: Oil, Culture and Citizenship in Venezuela (Duke University Press, 2009); co-editor with Steve Ellner of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez and the Decline of an Exceptional Democracy, (Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield, 2007); co editor with Jan Rus of Mexico 2006-2012: neoliberalism, movimientos sociales y politica electoral, (Miguel Angel Porrua and Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, 2006) and author ofUnder the Shadow of the Eagles, The Border and the Transformation of Sonora During the Porfiriato, University of California Press 1997.
His expertise includes: contemporary Latin America, society and politics in Venezuela and Mexico, oil, culture and politics in Venezuela, the drug war in Mexico, Mexican border society, Chicanos/as and Latinos/as in the United States, and Latin American immigration.
Miguel Tinker Salas is currently a Professor of Latin American History and Chicano/a Latino/a Studies at Pomona College in Claremont, California. http://www.migueltinkersalas.com
Tonight @ 7pm CT/8pm ET Johnny Q. aka Johnny Quantum will be speaking with some of the fighters fighting on March 28th for V3Fights.
7pm CT/8pm ET - Houston Lantrip(V3Fights Heavyweight Champion...Defending against Pete Pirtle)
7:30pm CT/8:30pm ET - Miguel Flores(Fighting Rudy McGlothlin in a #1 Contender bout @ 170lbs)
8pm CT/9pm ET - Luis Pena(Will be fighting in the Main Event against Nick Davis)
8:30pm CT/9:30pm ET - Pat Crumpton(Fighting Brandon Gaitor for his 155lb title)
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Dan Bartley, another podcaster of Detroit sports on Spreaker that spoke with me on Spreaker Episode 153 yesterday, joins me tonight filling in for Ed Smith, who is covering another boxing match.
We talk the Tigers' 4-3 win in 10 innings over the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium and Miguel Cabrera hitting his 400th major-league home run. Shane Greene is okay as well. Dan and I also preview the Sunday Night Baseball game on ESPN tomorrow night at 8:05.
One little quick update on Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock: The Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres officially file permission to speak with him.
This week Luis J. Gomez sits down with cohost Zac Amico, Robbie "The Fire" Bernstein, and special guest Miguel Dalmau to discuss strippers, divorce, and comedy.
Follow @LuisJGomez @RobbieTheFire @Migueldalmau @zacisnotfunny and @StandUpNYLabs.
Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Luis is performing live. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com
The Roman Show welcomes MMA Masters' Miguel Restrepo and RFA's Indalecio Tat Romero March 6 on AXS TV.
Restrepo is coming off a victory last month. He talks about his training and what he learned from his next bout. The Miami born fighter also talks about training at the Miami gym and about his background.
Romero will duke it out Benjamin Smith live on AXS TV. The mma veteran talks about what got he inspired to train in the sport and more. He fought last year and he has been training for this fight since. The upcoming title fight is more than for the gold as it could get him a shot to the octagon.
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On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler recaps the Yankees first series win of the 2015 season against the Tampa Bay Rays. This inlcudes Brett Gardner's return to the Yankee lineup, Alex Rodriguez now two home runs away from tying Willie Mays, and the dominant performance by Masahiro Tanaka on Saturday night.
Then, Matt Pelc, the editor of Motor City Bengals, joins Ricky to preview the Yankees' upcoming four game series against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. As of Saturday, the Tigers have the best record in baseball at 9-2. What aspect of the Tigers game has impressed Matt the most? They will also breakdown the pitching matchups, give you your hitters to watch on both teams, and discuss the great start for Miguel Cabrera.
Plus, how has Shane Greene done in his first three starts with Detroit and is the Tigers bullpen better without Joe Nathan?
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