In the final Low Down on D-Town, the Tigers salvaged a game on their first road series, the Pistons inch closer to the offseason with more losses, and the Red Wings are down 2-1 in their series with the Nashville Predators.
It’s that time of the year again! April is upon us and that means the start of Red Wings playoff hockey and Tigers baseball.
It’s finally April in the D! The Tigers begin their season this Thursday, the Pistons are back to a bit of their winning ways, and the Red Wings are trying to close their season out on a positive note heading into the playoffs.
The Tigers are continuing their dominance in Spring Training, the Pistons are slumping as of late, and the Red Wings finally won their first in seven games.
It feels like summer here in The D, but it’s actually now officially spring. The Tigers are on a roll, continuing their dominance in the Grapefruit League in Spring Training.
After a couple of weeks off, The Low Down on D-Town is back with more good news than bad.
Tigers pitchers and catchers have reported to Spring Training, Pistons had Flo-Rida play a concert during halftime, and Red Wings have extended their home winning streak to an NHL record 23 wins.
The Pistons have increased their winning streak and the Red Wings are tied for an NHL record 20 consecutive home wins.
We are now in the aftermath of the Prince Fielder signing, and while he has finally chosen his number, the Tigers are still in the race to sign a big prospect outfielder. Chris has the latest on the Tigers, Pistons, Red Wings and Lions.
As you may have already heard, the Tigers made a big free agent acquisition last week, the Red Wings are on a record setting streak at home, and surprisingly, the Pistons are actually close in some of the games they have played lately.
It’s a brand new year for Detroit sports and we can only hope that means good news.
For the final Low Down on D-Town of 2011, there is good news all around for all Detroit teams.