The historic Tiger Stadium site has become an abandoned lot where sketchy activity is shielded from view.
By Steve Neavling Motor City Muckraker The historic ballpark at the former Tiger Stadium site is being renamed “Willie Horton Field.” The Police Athletic League (PAL), which will host youth sports at the field in Corktown next year, coined the new name to honor Tigers icon and hometown hero, Willie Horton. The announcement comes before Wednesday’s […]
The controversial quest to carpet the former Tiger Stadium field with artificial turf may have reached a new low.
When the power structure in Detroit closes ranks, reporters are expected to keep quiet and toe the line.
Evan Reed walked out of court wondering how he ever got charged.
The Tigers front office wanted nothing to do with a gathering of the ’84 championship team at the old stadium site in Corktown today.
36 years ago today, Tigers second baseman Lou Whittaker wins the American League Rookie of the Year crown.
“Stealing Home” premiers tonight at 7 at the Detroit Historical Museum.
Organizers will re-create the most famous, storied defensive play in Tigers history.
On June 29, Cabrera also appeared to call Rays closer Fernando Rodney a “maricón,” the Spanish equivalent of “faggot.”