The Detroit News Published 10:36 PM EDT Jun 29, 2019 BASEBALL 10 a.m. N.Y. Yankees vs.Boston, London, ESPN 1 Washington at Detroit, FSD/97.1 1 Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati or Philadelphia at Miami, MLB 4 L.A. Dodgers at Colorado (joined in progress) or Arizona at San Francisco, MLB 5:30 All-Star Selection Show, ESPN 7 Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, ESPN BEACH VOLLEYBALL Midnight Monday World Championships, pool play, NBCSN BIG3 BASKETBALL 5 Week 2, Charlotte, N.C., CBSSN GOLF 7:30 a.m. Europe, Andalucía Masters, GC 1 PGA, Rocket Mortgage Classic, GC 2 Tour Champions, U.S. Senior Open, Fox 3 PGA, Rocket MortgageClassic, CBS 3 LPGA, ArkansasChampionship, GC 6 Web.com, Utah Championship, GC HORSE RACING 1:30 America’s Day at the Races, FS2 MOTOR SPORTS 9:05 a.m. Formula One, Austrian Grand Prix, ESPN2 3 NASCAR Cup Series, Overton’s 400, NBCSN SOCCER — MEN 2:30 U21 Spain vs. Germany, final, ESPN2 5:30 Gold Cup, Jamaica vs. Panama, QF, FS1 8:30 Gold Cup: U.S. … [Read more...] about Today’s sports on TV/radio
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The Detroit News Published 9:34 PM EDT Jun 23, 2019 BASEBALL 7 Chicago White Sox at Boston or N.Y. Mets at Philadelphia, MLB 10 Colorado at San Francisco, ESPN COLLEGE BASEBALL 7 World Series, Michigan vs. Vanderbilt, Game 1, ESPN NBA 9 2019 NBA Awards, TNT SOCCER — MEN 6:30 Gold Cup, Bermuda vs. Nicaragua, FS1 9 Gold Cup, Haiti vs. Costa Rica, FS1 SOCCER — WOMEN Noon World Cup, Spain vs. United States, FS1 3 World Cup, Sweden vs. Canada, FS1 Subject to change … [Read more...] about Today sports on TV/radio
Carlos Monarrez Detroit Free Press Published 6:01 AM EDT Mar 16, 2019 Sometimes you need to look inward. After all, a little introspection never hurt anyone. So I’m looking at my fellow sports writing colleagues, specifically the people who cover the NFL, and I’m offering this gentle suggestion: STOP LOOKING AT YOUR CELL PHONES WHEN YOU’RE ON TV! It’s becoming a trend and it was happening at a high rate of annoyance during the start of free agency. Reporter after reporter kept popping up on my TV screen to drop his pearls of wisdom — then, as soon as he was done talking, his eyes turned downward to check his phone. AGGHH! The main culprit is ESPN’s Adam Schefter. This guy is an amazing reporter and he’s probably unrivaled in the history of sports writing when it comes to breaking NFL news. I have nothing but respect for what he does. But I’m starting to have a lot less respect for how he does it in front of the camera. … [Read more...] about Hey, Adam Schefter: Put cell phone away when you’re on TV!
The Detroit News Published 1:35 PM EST Dec 26, 2018 Here are the local sports stories with the greatest impact throughout the year: Jim Caldwell out, Matt Patricia in for Lions Back-to-back 9-7 seasons wasn’t good enough for Lions general manager Bob Quinn, so after showing head coach Jim Caldwell the door, he turned to a familiar face in Matt Patricia, the former Patriots defensive coordinator with whom Quinn worked while he was in New England. It appeared to be a slam-dunk hire. Patricia, hailed for his smarts (he was an aerospace engineering graduate from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) as well as his football background, helping the Patriots win three Super Bowls. At his introductory news conference, Patricia called the job “a dream come true for me,” and promised the Lions “would work hard as a team to make this city proud.” Before Patricia could lead his team onto the field, he had to defend himself after a Detroit News report uncovered a … [Read more...] about Top 10 Detroit News sports storylines in 2018
Gregg Krupa The Detroit News Published 6:42 PM EST Nov 9, 2018 Detroit — Going into play Friday, the last two suspensions in the NHL have been for checks to the head. Evaluating the efficacy of each sanction continues, while general managers discuss changing the rule. As sports continue to try to protect athletes amid mounting evidence that even casual, repeated contact can lead to dire long-term consequences for the brain, establishing proper rules and uniformly enforcing them has proven difficult. “I think that whoever sits in the chair that George Parros sits in is going to be scrutinized and always has been since they created it, and will continue to,” Jeff Blashill said Friday, referring to the head of NHL Department of Player Safety. “I think there is a wide variety of opinions on how it probably should be called, from the people who are giving him direction.” During their annual offseasons meetings, some general managers supported … [Read more...] about Jeff Blashill says contact with head tough to ban in contact sport.