Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Tigers Trade JD. Martinez. Avila Should Be Declawed.

If I used every swear word there is to describe todays' Tigers trade, it would be an insult to the swear words. That's how bad the trade is.

The team president for the Tigers made a surprise move by trading JD. Martinez to the Diamondbacks for 3 prospects.

How could you trade a solid player for prospects who could be a bust. Why shoot yourself in the foot.

Look I know that we needed to do something, but not now. 

And what about the other misfire trades that were done. Yes, the Tigers were royaled screwed over when the former team President Dave Drombrowski traded pitcher David Price to Toronto and Yonies Cepedes to the Mets. But Avila had 2 years to turn the team around. So far he has done a half assed job.

With decisions like these no wonder the Tigers are behind in the standings. What's next Al, cut Miggy, V Mart and the rest of our team too? 

Maybe I'm wrong and maybe the Tigers will come out alright. After all we still got Miggy, V Mart, Verlander and Kinsler. I hope that this trade works out or the Tigers are going to lose fans including this one.

 Do whatever it takes to get JD. back in Detroit. Tiger fans deserve and earned it.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Farewell To A Detroit Hero. Prayers For Mike Illitch

As thousands have paid their respects this week, prayers, peace, thoughts, love to the family, friends, employees and fans of Mike Illitch.

Illitch who was the owner of Little Caesar's pizzerias, the Fox Theater, the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings left us too soon. He was 87.

Under his ownership, the Wings won 4 Stanley Cup Championships and the Tigers went to 2 World Series.

Illitch invested in and changed Metro Detroit for the better.

He will be dearly missed.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Prayers for Joe McKnight

Prayers, peace, love for the loved ones of football player Joe McKnight.

McKnight, a former player for the Jets and Chiefs left us too soon when he was shot last week during a road rage altercation.

McKnight will be dearly missed.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Prayers for Pat Summit

Prayers, thoughts, peace go to the loved ones of Pat Summit.

The University of Tennessee coach left us too after a brave battle with early onset dementia.  She was 64.

Summit was considered the winningest basketball coach in the NCAA and a pioneer for womens' sports.

She will be dearly and deeply missed.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Farewell Mr. Hockey

As the Hockey Community and countless Red Wings fans around the world pay their last respects, prayers, thoughts, peace go to the loved ones of Gordie Howe.

Howe also known as Mr. Hockey left us too soon last week. he was 88.

Howe played hockey in some professional form during the years 1946 - 1980.  

Howe played with the Red Wings for several years and won 4 Stanley Cups with the team. He was also part of the Production Line in the 50'. The Production line also included Ted Lindsey and Sid Abel. They were called this because of their ability to score. 

Howe was a pioneer in hockey and a hero to many. Hockey will never be the same. 

He will be dearly and deeply missed.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Farewell To An Icon, Prayers For Ali

As family, friends and fans gather in Louisville to say goodbye to a legend, the nation joins them in mourning a boxing icon. Prayers, thoughts, peace to his loved ones and his many fans. 

Muhammad Ali left us way too soon last week after a long brave battle with Parkinson's disease.

Ali, who was a Olympic gold medalist, former heavy weight world champ and fearless activist for civil rights passed away from septic shock. Many considered Ali the greatest of boxers. 

Ali was a true champ in every sense of the word. He will be deeply missed.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Join the Team To Help Flint

Once again, we are all reminded that life can be fleeting and when disasters strike, it affects us all.

Prayers, thoughts for the residents of Flint as they continue to deal with the aftermath of a water crisis. Everyone deserves to have access to safe water. 

On the left side of this website are links to some organizations under the heading of Pay It Forward To Teammates In Life.  Some of these organizations are helping in the relief efforts. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

You can go to flintwaterinfo.com for more information.

Thank you for making a difference.
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